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A/C issues rectified | Work resumes in full at Central Admin Complex

The central administration complex in Road Town that houses several government offices. (GIS photo)

The faulty air conditioning system which affected operations at the government’s Central Administration Complex has been repaired.

A government-commissioned release indicated that members of the public can once again access the government offices located at the complex during regular work hours — Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. 

“Operations at the complex were scaled back earlier this month following the malfunction of the main air conditioner/chiller in the building. The situation has been rectified,” the release said.

Last week, several government departments were operating at half-day due to the discomfort associated with the issue.

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  1. Bobby O says:

    That is what happens when the managers disregard routine maintenance, for politico politico gain.

    • Windy says:

      Routine maintenance? Whats that ? doesn’t exist in the BVI. Run it till dies – tear it out/down – Buy another. Just check with BVIEC

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