According to the CDB, the project will improve the quality of the Grantley Adams International Airport infrastructure, improve institutional capacity of Grantley Adams International Airport Inc. and reduce energy consumption from pavement lighting of the airport.
As stated on the companies' websites:
GAIA is Barbados’ only airport and the aviation hub of the Eastern Caribbean, handling daily flights to and from the other Caribbean islands connecting to major cities in the US, Canada, UK and Europe.
Integrated Sustainability is a leading provider of sustainability consulting and engineering services – integrating world-class front-end project advisory and delivery teams to deliver conscientious solutions in water, waste, and energy.
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Executing Agency - Ministry of Tourism and International Transport:
Tourism: Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Center, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael, Barbados, W.I.
International Transport: 8th Floor Baobab Tower, Warrens, St. Michael, Barbados, W.I.
Tourism: +1 246 436-4828
International Transport: +1 246 535-3342
Address: Terminal One, Seawell, Christ Church, BB16000 Barbados, W.I.
Phone: +1 246 536-1302
Fax: +1 246 536-1356
Contractor - Integrated Sustainability:
Address: Canewood Business Centre, 1st Floor, 5 Canewood Industrial Park St. Michael, Barbados BB11005
Phone: +15873525867 / +12468235300
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