Works at the police headquarters at the Sir Olva Georges Plaza in Road Town has begun.
Autland Heavy Equipment Company Limited will restore the law enforcement facility at a cost of $816,467.21.
Works Minister Mark Vanterpool has said the project is expected to be completed in six months.
Works include refitting the roof, restoring the interior walls, installing furnishings and fittings, the minister said.
“The Deputy Governor’s office has been overseeing the project, with the Ministry of Communications and Works,” said Vanterpool.
The building sustained major damage during the September 2017 hurricanes. Police Commissioner and his team has since relocated to the RiteWay building in Pasea Estate, Tortola.
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