Vulnerability Assessment of the Road Networks in ‘Eua and Vava’u
Both outer islands have similar topography and terrain, and the road network typically runs through hilly and sloping areas along the coast and is affected by flooding and storm surge hazards.
Antigua Civil Works Design and Construction Supervision
The objectives of the Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (CRVA) are to identify and evaluate the potential effects of climate change on the roads, including adjoining coastal areas and communities, and recommend resilience measures to address the identified risks and vulnerabilities.
British Virgin Islands: Road, Slopes and Coastal Defences
IMC Worldwide is part of a consortium appointed by the Ministry of Finance of the British Virgin Islands for an assignment, funded by the Caribbean Development Bank, to support the reconstruction of essential road infrastructure.
Saint Lucia: Feasibility Study and Detailed Designs for the Millennium Highway and West Coast Road Upgrading Project
We are pleased to announce that IMC Worldwide, together with other partners, has won the Feasibility Study and Detailed Designs for the Millennium Highway and West Coast Road Upgrading Project in Saint Lucia.
Handing over of Maure-Kailashmandu and Maure-Toli-Chhatara district road
A formal handover programme of Maure-Kailashmandu and Maure-Toli-Chhatara district road (Total 29.68 km), constructed by Rural Access Programme (RAP3), a joint programme between government of Nepal and Government of UK, has been accomplished on 18th February 2019 at Maure of Triveni municipality, Bajura.