Immediately following your successful interview or inspection of your vehicle, we need to take your photograph, in-person, at our project office. Please bring along your National Identification card and/or Driver's Identification card.
This can be done on the same day, as you attend the interview/vehicle registration process.
We use several techniques to help eliminate identity theft and easy duplication of the I.D. cards, including built-in hologram and a special bar code system.
Due to the careful manufacturing process utilised, at our foreign manufacturing facility. to meet and exceed the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code). This is a comprehensive set of measures to enhance the security of ships and port facilities, developed in response to the perceived threats to ships and port facilities in the wake of the 9/11. It prescribes responsibilities to governments, shipyard companies, shipboard personnel, and port/facility personnel to "detect security threats and take preventive measures against security incidents affecting ships or port facilities used in international trade."
If you are still awaiting the collection of your ID card, our SOUTHPARK MALL project office staff apologizes, as there were some delays in the production of some ID cards, due to shipping restrictions, because of the COVID-19 virus. These high quality, high security cards are made in our foreign manufacturing facility, located abroad.
As soon as yours is delivered by DHL couriers and ready for collection, our project office staff will contact you by telephone to come into our office to sign and collect your ISPS card.
The easiest way is to call our office, between the hours of 10 am – 4 pm. We are opened from Mondays to Saturdays. Make sure to have your receipt in hand, as we need to know the exact date you took your photograph.Tel: 387-5066
The TTSRMC has invested in the design of our own customized computer software, that is secured and operates on Cloud-based IT infrastructure. This software make it convenient for our 120+ stakeholder companies who are part of the TTSRMC to view and download candidate Resume and any certificates, including their Police Certificate of Character (COC) for possible employment opportunities. This is in addition to employment at the La Brea Shipyard project.
Our process is secured from end-to-end, and we promise not to give out your information to any third parties, except those who are registered in our maritime cluster.
During both the construction and operational phases of the La Brea Shipyard project, we have several wonderful opportunities for owners and operators of the following: Maxi-Taxis to transport workers, Dump Trucks (8-20 cubic yard) for transport of dirt fill and aggregate (on and off-site), Hiab-type Crane Trucks, Crawler Bulldozers, Crawler Excavators, etc.
Due to logisitics, we recommend you bring your vehicle to our SOUTHPARK Mall project office. However, larger pieces of equipment will require our inspectors to visit the operators equipment yard, as is the case with crawler dozers and other heavy equipment.
Please call our La Brea Shipyard project office at Tel: 387-5066 to arrange an appointment for the above.
Due to our project being located on the coastline, we need to consistently ensure that ALL types of vehicles working on-site, including trucks and other heavy equipment do not have any leaking oils, namely, engine and hydraulic oils. This will contaminate the soils and be harmful to the environment.
Yes. All personnel need to arrange to get their ISPS work photo identification badge, in order to access the project site. This ISPS card also has its other benefits, as a discount card, while making purchases at some of our registered service/supplier businesses. Please call our La Brea Shipyard project office at Tel: 387-5066 to arrange an appointment .
During both the construction and operational phases of the La Brea Shipyard project, we have several wonderful opportunities for business owners, including those that previously focused on the declining oil and gas, petroleum industries, that powered Trinidad and Tobago in the past.
We encourage small, medium and large organizations to join our maritime cluster.
Make sure you have a Company Profile to send us. This can be emailed directly to: email@example.com in advance. Expect a reply, via email with 24-72 hours, as our project team has to review your documents.
Alternatively, call our La Brea Shipyard project office at Tel: 387-5066 to arrange an appointment for the above. Make sure you have one (1) hard-copy of your Company Profile to bring along when you do visit.
We are currently working with various community groups from La Brea and environs to ensure that the project start-up is without unnecessary project delays and interruptions. The SRDC together with our TTSRMC stakeholders are rolling out several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, benefiting La Brea. Learn more about our CSR activities here.
It is also important that our country diversifies quickly from the energy and petrochemical sectors, as prices continue to remain low, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of several plants at Point Lisas and the Point-a-Pierre refinery.
The establishment of the shipyard at La Brea is still very feasible, as the world is focusing more and more on greenhouse-friendly fuels, where Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will be the leading fuel of the future. Already, many large shipping companies have ordered new and very large container ships (1,300 feet in length x 200 feet width) powered by LNG, including CMA-CGM and ZIM shipping.
Coupled with the United States of America becoming one of the Top 3 largest exporters of LNG in the world, since 2020. This positions our shipyard at La Brea to become the premier LNG carrier repair destination, that is strategically located on the world shipping map, away from the hurricane belt. Normally, LNG carriers require repairs, both scheduled and unscheduled on their return leg from Asia, when they are in a near empty state.
Likewise, the continued exploration and development of deep-water finds in nearby Republic of Guyana by Exxon-Mobil, Hess and CNOCC, requires some 10 FPSOs to process this world-class discovery. Mega Suezmax tankers are also regularly required to collect and ship production to distant markets. Approximately four Suezmax-size cargoes load out of Guyana each month
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.