Aerial view of the recently opened Central Gardens at Dunn’s River Falls and Park. The opening of the facility (March 23) marks a major milestone in the history of the attraction as the new triple-garden haven, inclusive of a waterslide and splash pad, is now available for an enhanced guest experience. Twelve kiosks are also interspersed throughout the area and will serve as commercial spaces for the DRFP Logo Shop, photo shop, ice-cream, pizza and other commodities. The project, designed and managed by the UDC was carried out by Chin’s Construction Ltd at a cost of approximately $122M.
Dr. Damian Graham, General Manager, Urban Development Corporation; The Honourable Norma Walters, Custos of St. Ann; Mr. Winston Dear, Board Director UDC; Mr. Joey Issa, Chairman St. Ann Development Company (SADCo.); His Worship the Mayor of St. Ann’s Bay, Michael Belnavis, release balloons as a symbolic and celebratory action to officially open Central Gardens at Dunn’s River Falls and Park (Thursday March 23).
Mr. Winston Dear (left), Director of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) and Chairman of the Montego Bay Advisory Committee in discussion with Councillor Mark McGann, Somerton Division, East Central St. James (centre) and the UDC’s Lucan Robinson, Architect discuss the design concept for the Closed Harbour (Dump-Up) Beach Park.
Splashing good times are ahead at Dunn's River Falls & Park (DRFP) with the construction of the new Central Gardens. The project carried out by Chin’s Construction Ltd and managed by the Urban Development Corporation (UDC), has received practical completion and will be open to patrons in coming weeks.
A view of a section of the newly constructed Central Gardens at Dunn's River Falls and Park (DRFP) undergoing finishing touches. The project, carried out by Chin’s Construction Ltd and managed by the Urban Development Corporation (UDC), has received practical completion and will be open to patrons in coming weeks.
(L-r ) Visitor to Fort Clarence Beach Park from the Pullmantur Monarch shares lens time with Suzette Shaw Reid, Marketing Manager at Urban Development Corporation (UDC) and Adrian Pink, Acting Supervisor at Fort Clarence Beach. The Pullmantur Monarch called on the Port of Kingston on Tuesday (Dec 6, 2016) carrying 2,700 passengers. The cruise line is the largest ever to dock in Kingston and the first to call on the port in three years.