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.
Climate Vulnerability Assessment of School Buildings and Sites
We will undertake an assessment to integrate climate vulnerability principles into a total of 16 primary and secondary school sites that are currently under rehabilitation.
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.
Haiti: Increasing demand and coverage for urban sanitation services
IMC have redesigned the urban sanitation project in Jacmel, Haiti, to increase demand and coverage for sanitation services.
Dominica: increasing resilience of the transport network
After tropical storm Erika in August 2015, the government of Dominica set out to increase the transport network resilience. This includes the rehabilitation of the Loubiere to Bagatelle Road. Within this project, IMC is providing environmental, social, gender, economic and road safety inputs.
Integrating climate resilience in the road transport sector
IMC Worldwide was contracted by the Caribbean Development Bank to help its Borrowing Member Countries to increase the resilience of the transport sector to the impacts of climate change and natural hazards.
Guyana: Improving the East Bank Demerara Road
We provided design and bid documents for the rehabilitation and road safety upgrading of 25km of the peri-urban road linking the main airport and the interior to the capital Georgetown as well as a new Weight Control Station. New legislation was also drafted.