The new Grenada House of Parliament building overlooking the city of St. George's was won in a competitive tender in late 2015. The three story, 40' high building has a structural steel frame with concrete floors and includes curved steel columns and beams at its core, designed to simulate the shape of the Nutmeg, the national symbol of Grenada.
This World Bank funded project included the construction of nine retaining walls as well as drains and culverts at River Road and Constantine areas in St. George’s to prevent landslip along approximately 260 meters of roadways.
This World Bank funded project is part of Grenada’s Strategic Program for Climate Resilience includes the construction of approximately 1,770 feet of concrete roadway with adjacent drains and retaining walls in addition to upgrading the main roads.
Quinn Company won the competitive public tender to provide general construction services for the Grenville Market Square Project. The Market Square facility included a two storey retail market, refurbishment of the central vendor's market, a meat cold storage building, 26 independent vendor's stalls and external works.
Construction of a new fish market facility in Gouyave funded by the Government of Japan. The fish market facility includes vendor's booths, fish processing areas, ice making, freezing and cold storage as well as office and training space.
Construction of a new fish market in Grenville funded by Japan. The facilities include a 10,000 square foot fish market building, a 7,000 sq. ft. fisherman’s locker building and extensive exterior works.
Construction services for this Japanese funded fish market. Facilities include sales counters, freezing and ice making facilities, administrative offices, and storage and toilet facilities totaling 11,000 sq. ft. The project included extensive external works.
Quinn Company was contracted by Siemens in South America to assist with the execution of civil works and erection of metallic structures and electrical equipment for the 33/11KV Grand Anse and Queen’s Park Substations. Work included construction of buildings, road works, fencing and cable trays.
Design and construction of a power station for the island of Carriacou. The project comprised a new power plant building housing four gensets, a five-ton crane, a workshop and control room, an administrative building with offices, lockers and canteen and storage. Exterior works included concrete pavement and parking, a maintenance building, drainage, water, sewer and electrical systems.
Design and construction of GRENLEC’s Grand Anse site, housing the transmission and distribution offices warehouse, maintenance facility, administration office, pole and transformer storage as well as vehicle parking.