Guyana's National Infrastructure - Blackrock Development Company
Guyana’s National Infrastructure
Guyana’s national infrastructure requires substantial funding for sea and river defenses, highways and secondary roads, airstrips and municipal airports, bridges, housing, hospitals and schools as well as support for the agriculture and mining industries. The government continues to support physical infrastructure in order to foster integration and promote development. In addition to coastal development, national infrastructure will further integrate the coastland with the hinterland.
Infrastructure Development through 2040
With the upcoming oil boom, the Government of Guyana will have the financial capacity to invest in the nation’s infrastructure. This cycle of significant development is forecasted to be at least two decades. Sectors such as housing, with an estimated 25,000 applicants for homes in 2019, will be the focus. As the national infrastructure develops, linkages by road, sea and air will be greatly improved. This will not only provide domestic opportunities, but also lucrative regional and international potential too.
Blackrock Development is investing in its personnel, construction capacity and its bases of operations to participate in the development of Guyana’s infrastructure.