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Nevis – Island Administration Professional Reference

Nevis Island Administration
Ministry of Communications, Works, Public Utilities, Posts, Physical Planning, Natural Resources and Environment.

Dear Sirs:

We are writing this letter on behalf of BEAD LLC, the groundwater development company with whom we have been associated since late 2007.

The Company has provided… Continue reading

Nevis – BEAD wells bring water during drought

CHARLESTOWN NEVISMinister with responsibility for Public Utilities, Natural Resources and the Environment on Nevis Hon Carlisle Powell, said Monday that the Nevis Island Administration’s (NIA) forward thinking move to secure additional water sources over the last two years for the island has borne… Continue reading

Nevis – In The Business Of Building Nevis

The question has been asked before: With so much water underneath, why did Nevisians have to struggle to have it flowing steadily in the taps at the home? With a demand of 1.3 million gallons of water per day, there were times when Nevisians would… Continue reading

Nevis – Signs of Groundwater

Drilling operations on Nevis yield first signs of ground water.

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis: Junior Minister in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) with responsibility for Public Utilities, Carlisle Powell, announced on Friday that he had received information that the water exploration team had found water during their… Continue reading

Nevis – Phase 2

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS – Drilling for water on Nevis will commence early next month, as scheduled, when the drill rig arrives on the island on the island later this week. That’s according to Junior Minister with responsibility for Public Utilities and the Environment, the Hon. Carlisle… Continue reading

Nevis – The Beginning

Water exploration to commence on Nevis shortly.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS — The Nevis Island Administration gave the green light to Bedrock Exploration and Development Technologies (BEAD) to commence deep drilling for water to meet the growing demands for the commodity at a cheaper cost to consumers.… Continue reading