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ministry of public administration and information

Located close to the Queen’s Park Savannah, the Ministry of Public Administration and Information (MPAI) building was conceived as a landmark structure to promote openness of government information. Organised around a top-lit, naturally ventilated atrium, the programme for the ground floor encourages public use through the provision of a café, screening room, and media archive, while accessibility is communicated through the transparency of the glazed façade.

Project Architect:  acla:works

Project Contractor:  Kee Chanona Ltd

Civil + Structural Engineers:  KS&P Limited

Mechanical + Electrical Engineers:  AdeB Consultants Ltd

Interior Designer:  acla:works

Quantity Surveyor:  QES Associates

Project Management:  London Street Project Company Ltd

Area:  3,000 sq. metres

Function:  Government office building

Location:  Port of Spain, Trinidad

Status:  Completed 2007