PM’s $480m PRIDE
National Academy for the Performing Arts a masterpiece, says Manning
PM: Udecott to set up new order
Prime Minister Patrick Manning yesterday formally opened the US$78 million National Academy for the Performing Arts Academy (North Campus) describing it as “a masterpiece.” And in his strongest vote of confidence in the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott) and its executive chairman Calder Hart, Manning said the State-owned special purpose company which manages many of Government’s billion-dollar construction projects “is the instrument that the Government is using to bring about a new order in the construction sector.”
Thank you Sherrine
UDECOTT chairman Calder Hart, whose wife Sherrine Hart has been linked to a Malaysian company his board awarded $668 million worth of contracts, yesterday thanked her for her “tremendous effort and support” as he opened the National Academy for the Performing Arts in Port-of-Spain.
‘Dancing fountains’ claim the spotlight
Streams of water spouted from the “dancing fountains” surrounding the National Academy for the Performing Arts in Port-of-Spain last night.
Tax dollars well spent, say onlookers
Citizens from all walks of life flocked yesterday evening to the National Academy for the Performing Arts at the Princes Building grounds, Queen’s Park West, Port of Spain, where they looked on in awe at the massive structure.