Govt lauds Williams for drive
Government has commended businessman Ralph “Bizzy” Williams for putting Barbados first and pressing ahead with expansion in these difficult economic times.
Speaking at the official opening of Williams Towers at Warrens, St Michael, on Friday evening, Minister of the Environment and Drainage Dr Denis Lowe described Williams Industries as being persistent and a shining example in forging ahead with its development and expansion agenda.
He also saluted Williams and his team for “continued business efforts to put Barbados first”.
“They continue to build our country by contributing to the establishment of leading-edge employee best practices, by providing customer-friendly services, and assisting the country in achieving its ‘going green’ objectives,” Lowe said.
In what was almost a replica of Williams’ opening address, Lowe described the $23 million five-storey “green building” as one that would provide “A” class accommodation for the expanded Ace H&B Hardware, Digicel and three offshore banks. (RJ)