The Georgetown Marriott Hotel Project entails the construction of 197-rooms that will meet the Marriott International Standard for a five star hotel. The hotel will be managed and operated by the Marriott Worldwide chain of affiliates.  A second component of the project entails the construction of a-29,000 square feet entertainment complex that will house a casino, restaurant and nightclub all of which will be privately operated, separate and distinct from the hotel and its operator. 

All Marriott Agreements have been executed and the Marriott team continues to intermittently visit Guyana during the building’s construction. 

The Amaila Falls Hydropower Project is one of the flagships of Guyana’s Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS). Once completed, it is expected to remove 92% of Guyana’s energy-related greenhouse gas emissions, deliver energy security for Guyana, provide cheaper energy for citizens and businesses, and promote the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals in Guyana.

Vacancies

New Vacancy.

Deadline Feb 28, 2016

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