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Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited (CGCL) will construct and operate a Methanol,
Di-Methyl-Ether and ancillary process plants, at the Union Industrial Estate (UIE), La Brea.
CGCL wishes to inform the public that construction is scheduled to commence on August 1st
2016 and be completed by December 30th 2018.
CGCL has engaged an Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contractor,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) who will be responsible for all
construction activities including piling, excavation, foundations, road paving, tank
construction, administrative buildings, transport of plant modules, piping installation,
mechanical, civil and electrical installations.
Authority on December 16th, 2014 (CEC3859-2013) and in keeping with the requirements to
engage the Public;
The Public is hereby asked to take note of the following:
• Hours of work may extend from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm on Monday to Saturday
• Observe the temporary signage provided around the site.
• All Precautions will be taken by MHI and its sub-contractors to ensure proper health,
safety and environmental standards are maintained on site, as such, access to the site
will be limited to authorized personnel.
• Commuters are advised of heavy construction equipment in and around the construction
crossing from the LABIDCO Industrial Estate to the Union Industrial Estate. Commuters
are asked to follow the instructions of personnel using the STOP/GO Signs in order to
ensure safety for all.
• Haulage vehicles will access the site from the Southern Main Road and will continue to
site via the Vessigny Roundabout onto the Union Industrial Estate Main Access Road.
• Personnel from MHI will be conducting conditional surveys within the vicinity of the site
throughout the construction period.
For further information, complaints and queries, please contact:
Corporate Affairs Manager (Ag)
Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited
7B Street, New Jersey, La Brea
Monday to Friday from 8:00 am -- 4:30 pm
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actress, Tatyana Ali,
37, wed her beau of almost two years, Dr Vaughn
Rasberry, on Sunday afternoon at the Four Seasons
in Beverly Hills, California. The first look inside
the glamourous soiree, includes photos of Ali s sim-
ply stunning Amsale gown (flaunting the pregnant
star s growing baby bump!), Rasberry s dashing
Octavius Terry-designed bespoke tuxedo, and a
Fresh Prince reunion.
The couple announced their engagement and preg-
nancy back in March.
"Vaughn and I met on eHarmony!" Ali said at the
time. "It was my first time dating online. We wrote
letters for months before we decided to Skype. And
then, of course, met."
"Planning our wedding has been so exciting, but
when we found out we were expecting, our perspective
shifted completely," she added. "We want our cer-
emony to really celebrate our newest blessing! Plus,
I have the best wedding planner, Michael Russo. He s
making everything so fun and stress free!"
With the help of bridal stylist Monique Peters, Ali
showed off her new "blessing" in a form-fitting
white gown, dripping in Dena Kemp diamonds and
flashing a megawatt smile as her father walked her
down the aisle. After the ceremony, dad-to-be Ras-
berry adorably cradled his new wife s belly.
Ali was joined by three bridesmaids---two sisters
and one friend---all wearing knee-length, wine-
coloured dresses with varying necklines, also by
Amsale. Each carried a small bouquet of white-and-
yellow blooms with blue accents.
"The wedding decor was inspired by Tatyana s
Caribbean family history," Russo said. "Lots of bright
yellow and blue flowers with touches of lush tropical
Inside Tatyana Ali's gorgeous Caribbean-inspired wedding
Barbara Avery, left,
widow of James
Butler); Ali (Ashley
with wife Angela
Tatyana Ali and her husband Dr Vaughn Rasberry.
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