The Ministry of Works and Transport’s Unemployment Relief Programme (URP) through the initiative of the Programme Manager Mr. Indar Parasram, has made major changes to its business processes. He has implemented a new programme direction to facilitate sustainability in its operations. Its ultimate goal is to be a self-sufficient powerhouse. The URP has maximised its use of in-house resources and skilled professional employees to complete its current extensive refurbishment/renovation upgrades to eight of its regional offices.
This project, the brainchild of the Programme Manager, Mr Indar Parasram, has major significance in financial savings, as the Ministry can now benefit from reduced expenditure. Some of these offices, currently owned by URP have been previously outsourced.
This prudent management of financial resources would allow for increase projects in depressed communities,
which are in dire need of enhancement and development, thus providing employment for those who reside in
the immediate environment.
The URP is pleased to announce that it has begun renovation upgrades at the following URP Offices/Buildings:
• San Juan /Laventille - Region 3| Uriah Butler Highway Mt. Hope
• Arima - Region 5 | #268 Churchill Roosevelt Highway
• Sangre Grande - Region 6 | Guaico Tamana Road, Guaico, Sangre Grande
• Point Fortin - Region 9 | 12 Street, Techier Village, Point Fortin
• Couva - Region 11 | 11 Railway Road, Couva
• Chaguanas - Region 12 | Lalla Street & Factory Road Woodford Lodge, Chaguanas
• Diego Martin - Region 1 | Corner of Jerry Street & Western Main Road Diego Martin
• Port of Spain Office - Region 2 | Abattoir Road Sea Lots Port of Spain
Click here to access the Booklet