G-province called on for more partnership with contractors


Managing Director of Aruligho Fibreglass, Mr Michael Roben

THE Aruligho Fibreglass Engineering and Construction Company has urged the Guadalcanal province (GPG) to establish more partnerships with its local contractors.

As the leading contractor for GP Headquarter’s picket fencing, Managing Director of Aruligho Fibreglass, Mr Michael Roben, said GPG needs to enhance its partnership with Guadalcanal contractors.

Mr Roben said by doing this, societies and communities of the province will achieve positive change, with more employment opportunities for their youths.

“This partnership will increase employment opportunity for our youths and this I believe will lessen youth related criminal activities in our communities,” Roben said.

He adds, enhancing such partnership is important to enable more collective collaboration between the provincial government and local contractors to achieve provincial development plans.

With their achievement to complete the picket fencing, Roben said it would motivate other Guadalcanal contractors and provincial government to continue construct and bring the province to new heights.

“We believe ourselves, the people of Guadalcanal can build, construct and beautify our province to new heights,” Roben said.

Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening, Mr Stanley Pirione appreciated the contribution of the Aruligho Fibreglass Engineering and Construction Company.

He said Aruligho Fibreglass has achieved one of the national governments’ policies, and that is to promote Public Private Partnership.

Mr Pirione said he believe the partnership arrangement created is also a realisation of the province’s visions.

He said the Ministry looks forward to more of such partnership arrangements.

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