The board of the Antigua Department of Marine Services and Merchant Shipping (ADOMS) say they’ll accept the resignation of Project Manager Wendell Marshall.
This announcement comes days after Prime Minister Gaston Browne questioned the competence and integrity of Marshall.
The project manager has presided over a building which is delayed by more than three years and which has cost overruns in the millions.
The Cabinet reported today that the construction manager has offered to resign, and the Board will accept that manager’s resignation.
Prime Minister Gaston Browne on Saturday said he would not sign-off on additional funding for the project until the manager resigns.
The headquarters of the ADOMS, construction of which commenced in 2013, is unfinished after five years though it was to have been completed two years after construction commenced.
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