Infrastructural Facilities

Infrastructure Facilities:

  • Roads

The main road through the Park is a 6 meter-wide dual carriageway with two 2.3 meter-wide sidewalks and utility corridors for underground services including electrical power, water reticulation, waste water collection, voice/video/data telecommunications infrastructure and natural gas.  Other Park roads are single carriageways 7.2 metres wide with 1.5 meter-wide sidewalks and utility corridors.

  • Water Supply

Water supply will be obtained from the Water & Sewerage Authority (WASA). The infrastructure is already in place and consists of a 150mm PVC supply pipeline with 100mm and 50mm PVC distribution lines and 50mm connections to the individual lots. 

  • Sewerage

The system of collection of sanitary wastes (which excludes industrial waste water, laboratory waste or waste water from the washing of equipment) will be via a wastewater collection system for discharge to an on-site waste water treatment plant.

  • Industrial Wastewater

As a general rule, each tenant will be responsible for the treatment of its industrial wastewater by an approved method.  Exceptions may be made but these will be decided on a case-by-case basis or a common-user facility may be provided by the landlord.

  • Solid Waste

Non-hazardous solid waste will be hauled off-site to a sanitary landfill. Alternative arrangements may be employed where disposal will be either the responsibility of each tenant, or the landlord taking responsibility for collection and disposal.        

  • Hazardous Waste

Hazardous waste is expected to be only of low toxicity, such as solvents, used lubricants etc. Alternative arrangements may be employed where disposal will be either the responsibility of each tenant, or the landlord taking responsibility for collection and disposal.    
 

  • Electricity

Main electrical power will be supplied through a 12KV underground cable. Individual supply will be via pad-mounted transformer to groups of tenants; power distribution units will be adjacent to transformers and each lot will carry a separate meter. Supply characteristics will be 3-phase, 115/230 volts and 230/400 volts. Metering arrangements will be made for:

i)  Tenants requiring a maximum of 200 Amps per phase who will be metered with self-contained socket-type meters with transformers supplied by the electricity company;

ii)  Tenants requiring 201-500 Amps per phase who will be metered with transformers supplied by the electricity supply company. 

iii) Tenants requiring loads greater than 500 Amps will be metered by the supplier at high voltage with the tenants supplying the transformers. 

  • Telecommunications

Acces will be provided to advanced telecomunications services from all the established service providers.

  • Natural Gas

The Park is the landing point for a large piped natural gas supply to the Park and Tobago and is provided by the National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC).