A concerned electrician, Bailey Penn of The BVI Beacon, believed that strict guidelines and protocols seemed to be lacking throughout the 14 years of construction of the new hospital in Virgin Islands.
The hospital should have been constructed on a location that will enable expansion to accommodate more people in the next coming decade.
In addition, he was also concerned about the back up electrical supply of the building. Knowing that the hospital must have a back up electricity in an event that there’s an outage or power down.
The hospital has to be commissioned first before handing over to the ministry. By commissioned, we mean that everything should be checked thoroughly, most importantly, the electrical part of the establishment.
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