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Published on April 30th, 2013 | by Kalifa Clyne - Trinidad Guardian Newspapers

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PanTrinbago to get new headquarters

Government may have to start from scratch on the construction of a headquarters for PanTrinbago, despite spending approximately $4 million on the existing structure at Orange Grove, Tacarigua. Minister of Arts and Multiculturalism Lincoln Douglas said, in an interview yesterday, that over $40 million was estimated to have the headquarters completed. “We met last week with Udecott (Urban Development Corporation of T&T), who is the project manager, and PanTrinbago and we are currently in the process of creating new designs for the organisation,” Douglas said.

Douglas said new designs might include training classes, a pan museum and money-making facilities. “We are also evaluating the current structure to see if it is workable or if we need to start fresh.” The structure is 11 years old and shows signs of neglect and vandalism. “The property has been vandalised and degraded to a great extent. We have to decide whether to continue using that structure or to start a new one.” Douglas said the venue was also under question in terms of access and its proximity to the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway.

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