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Register Of Registered Architects - 2013/2014
Architect Profession Act No. 19 OF 1992
An Act representing the registration of Architects and otherwise regulating the practice of
In accordance with the Architecture Profession Act 1992 Section 10 Sub Section (2)(d),I am hereby submitting
the list of Registered Architects with the Board of Architecture of Trinidad and Tobago.
004 Ottley Louis
006 Franco, Mark
007 Bynoe, Michael
009 Wiltshire, Terrance
010 Raymond, Mark
Murrell, Jo Ann
011 Chen, Colvin
013 De Suze, Lloyd
Bowles, Arthur K.
014 Gillespie, John
De Four, Gerard
015 Poon Kong, Raul Phillip
016 Guillaume, Claude
017 Mackay, Bernard
Mc Cartney, Thomas
022 Bynoe Jack
023 St. Rose-Louis, Honor
024 Herrera, Geoffrey
025 Solozano-Ward, Charmaine
026 Bhogal Jaspal
027 Holder, Leonard J.
028 De Four-Roberts, Rudylynn
032 Alleyne-Adams, Cheryl
033 Murray Shirla
034 Walker, James Douglas
035 Sharma, Deva
036 Yearwood, Joseph O.E.
037 Louison, Linda
039 Awai, Brian
088 Blache-Fraser, Robert
040 Mendes, Stephen
041 Mahabir, Roy
Doyle, Bertrand Wendell
044 Holder, Ken S.
097 Newton, Timothy
Manwarring, Colin Norbert
098 Barnett, Korry D.
101 Mohammed, Roger
Campbell, Deon Ainsworth
105 Grosberg Allison
Clarke Gerren Erskine
106 Bidaisse Sharen M.
Ramkalawan Ravi Robert
109 Carmichael Khalid Gabriel
110 Rostant, lan Stuart
Prohibitions 16. A person who is not a registered architect shall not:
a) Use any title or description that leads to the belief that he is a Registered architect;
b) Advertise himself as a registered architect;
c) Act in a manner so as to create or induce the belief that he is a registered architect;
d) Sign or stamp any plans, drawings, designs or specifications purporting to be acting
in the capacity of such a registered architect.
Board of Architecture of Trinidad and Tobago November 30th, 2013
Stanmore Avenue, Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel:(868) 627-0352 Fax:(868) 624-2397 1211022
Re: Death of Samuel Owusu
127 Barry Crescent
A workman lately employed with Ragbir Deonarine
Compensation in the above matter having been deposited with me
under Section 8 of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, the
dependants of the said Samuel Owusu are hereby required to
appear before the Commissioner on Thursday the 16th day of
January, 2014, at 9:00 o'clock in the forenoon at the Hall of
Justice, Port of Spain when the Commissioner shall proceed to
determine the distribution thereof.
Proof of relationship of dependants to the deceased workman will
be required by the Commissioner to be furnished by claimants at
the enquiry. Such proof to be in the form of certificates of birth
and of marriage as in the circumstances be necessary.
A claimant for funeral expenses of the deceased must submit and
prove his claim to the Commissioner on or before the 16th day
of January, 2014.
Dated this 25th day of October, 2013.
Supreme Court of Judicature
Members of the T&T
delegation are, from left,
seated: Gisela Granado,
TTEITI Secretariat; Enid
Donawa, Ministry of
Energy; Mark Regis,
Standing are Behzad
Richards civil society
T&T s first annual Extractive
Industries Transparency Initiative
(EITI) report came in for high praise
at the Latin America and Caribbean
Regional Conference and Training
Workshop which the EITI recently
held in Bogota, Colombia.
Attending were Mark Regis, head of
the TTEITI Secretariat and a four-
member delegation of representatives
from government, extractive compa-
nies and civil society.
At the opening, Jonas Moberg, head
of EITI s International Secretariat,
described T&T s first report as a fine
It should be emulated by new coun-
tries like Honduras and aspiring
entrants to the 41-country global ener-
gy transparency initiative like the Unit-
ed States, Guyana and Colombia.
The subsequent two day training
workshop focused on the EITI s new
standard. This standard encourages
more precise information and man-
dates governments to disclose more
The first TTEITI report, published
on September 30, contains significant,
easy to understand details about the
way the energy sector operates, and
reveals for the first time the individual
payments made by oil and gas com-
panies---both private and state---to the
Government on an annual basis.
Copies of the report can be down-
loaded from the TTEITI Web site
www.tteiti.org.tt or via the TTEITI
mobile application available in the
Google Play store.
T&T's first EITI report
Angostura Holdings Ltd is going
into the fourth quarter of 2013 from
a vantage position, according to the
company s third quarter results
released on December 2.
"Our profit for the quarter increased
by 10.5 per cent from $36.2 million in
2012 to $40 million in 2013, and on a
year-to-date basis we are $110.6 million
ahead of the prior year, attributable in
part to strategic restructuring decisions
aimed at focusing the business on core
activities. Increased expenditure has
been incurred to support future growth
globally across all product categories.
We have closed the period in a surplus
position of cash versus borrowings,
after meeting debt service and dividend
costs of $327.9 million and $47.4 million
respectively," said Angostura chairman
"Dividends of $0.23 paid to date in
2013 reflect an increase of $0.11 over
the same period in the prior year. We
anticipate a successful fourth quarter
ahead as we embark upon our peak
season of trade," Yetming said.
The former finance minister
signed the financial statements on
Angostura goes into 4Q with profit
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