The appearance of two horizontal lines running parallel across the road just above the corner at Forester’s Court on James Street, is the subject of curiosity and the cause of concern for drivers and pedestrians in that area of Kingstown.
News784 understands that a similar installation has been placed just outside the Kingstown Bus Terminal on Bay Street.
News784 was told that the installation of what appears to be two black electrical cables was placed there on Monday afternoon around 4.30pm.
There is no signage in the immediate vicinity to state what is currently on the ground or whether motorists should take caution.
On examination by a News784 reporter, it was found that the cables were attached to a metal box on the left side of the road leading into Kingstown or just outside of the yard entrance to the Kingstown Gospel Hall church. The unusual box appears chained to a VINLEC utility pole.
The box bears a label which states: “This is the property of Caribbean Civil Group Limited”.
Our research has found that the company has its offices based in The Bahamas.
According to the company’s website, they specialize in planning, preliminary and detailed engineering design, contract administration and owner’s representation services of major capital works both public and private.
Caribbean Civil Group LTD is currently involved with the realignment of the Ginger Village Road project in Belmont in the West St. George constituency, this according to the company’s website.