UG set to reopen with major problems still hanging
While the University of Guyana’s Administration is currently in the process of relocating to the Turkeyen campus following the removal of residual asbestos from fifteen buildings at the campus, there are now concerns over the quality of work done by those contractors who carried out the job.
Despite the concerns, all is set for the re-opening of the campus on November 24th; officials at the University say that the contractors have created more problems which have contributed to the delay in the resumption of classes.
According to the University’s administration, the additional and unbudgeted work caused by the contractors, will have to be undertaken by the University since the funds allocated by government have run out.
Since the evacuation of the Turkeyen campus in July this year, operations have been ongoing at different locations off campus.