MMCE says structures for the resettlement of Displaced Petite Savanne people will last for 200 years
Montreal Management Consultant Establishment (MMCE) Project Manager Christopher Timmins, says the designs of the structures in the Petite Savanne resettlement community, took into account the terrain and climate of the island.
MMCE is the company responsible for the construction of houses for the resettlement of the Petite Savanne residents, who were displaced following the passage of TS Erika, in August 2015. Timmins said the units should last for 200 years.
He stated further that the design work has been completed.
The initial design of the community was carried out by architects in Dubai. The team designed 315 residential units; a commercial centre which will consist of 15 shop units on the lower floor and 13 offices on the upper floor; a two-storey community centre which will house an open-plan downstairs and a resource centre, and offices upstairs.
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