The Ministry of Works and Infrastructure is a large sector Ministry made up of a number of Statutory Authorities, State Enterprises and Administrative / Technical Divisions.
Established in 1956, the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure (MOWI) is one of the largest ministries in Trinidad and Tobago with over 7,000 employees responsible for providing the infrastructure services necessary for the social and economic development of the country. In keeping with its mandate, the Ministry provides a range of services to its clientele and the general public which includes:
- Construction and maintenance of highways, major and secondary roads under the authority of the Ministry
- Construction and maintenance of major waterways; dams and drainage systems; land reclamation; and coastal management in collaboration with stakeholders
- Advice on, as well as, the construction and maintenance of government buildings and facilities and MOWI buildings and facilities
- Traffic Management
The Ministry of Works and Infrastructure is a strong, innovative, client-centered, well respected institution committed to the social and economic development of the people of Trinidad and Tobago, through the provision of high quality infrastructure development services that enable the growth of safe, healthy communities and globally competitive businesses within a vibrant natural environment.
We provide world class infrastructure that supports the development of a ‘united, resilient, productive, innovative and prosperous’ Trinidad and Tobago; through a motivated team of employees working in collaboration with local and international partners.