The Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s Force Account Unit has officially been renamed – it is now the Special Projects Unit.
The new name recently took effect after a decision was made last month.
According to Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson, the name change was a needed one.
He explained that the unit was initially created to conduct minor and emergency works. However, Minister Patterson said that over the years the unit evolved and took on greater responsibilities.
“The unit moved from simply being for emergency works and it took on some special projects. Due to this expanding role, we decided to find a more suitable name,” Minister Patterson explained. He further said that the rebranding will allow the unit to play an active role in the Ministry’s annual workload.
The Special Projects Unit will still fall under the Ministry’s Works Services Group.
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