Work on police stations | THE DAILY HERALD

As part of one of the St. Maarten Trust Fund-financed Emergency Repair Projects, the roofs and interiors, mainly all ceilings, floors and wall partitions of both police stations, which suffered extensive hurricane damage in 2017, are being renovated.

Work continues to flow as simultaneously the contractor placed an office outside the police station in Philipsburg. Presently work is being done as part of phase two of the project. The total cost for the second phase is US $1.1 million.

Source: The Daily Herald