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Building A Garage In Jamaica

For some reason, various questions around building construction in Jamaica appears to be quite popular here, so I'm not surprised to see yet another, this time, the cost of building a garage in Jamaica.

The asker didn't leave a name, but I'll respond to the best of my ability and make some recommendations.

Here's the question...

What is the price to build a basic garage in Jamaica? surrounded mainly by a grill?

Also, the cost of building a driveway, basic mall and dump as the property is on a hill and rocky.

Thank you

ANSWER: by Wellesley

Hi there!
Thank you for your question.

I am no expert on building and construction in Jamaica but I think I have the luxury of knowing some of the best people here, and that includes contractors and project managers.

One that easily comes to mind, and in fact, one of my partners, is McBean Project Management.

They are trustworthy, professional and listen to this.... punctual! Not something you easily associate with us Jamaicans.

See: Why are Jamaicans always late?

You may contact them here at this link (below) that I featured them on.

By the way, I am guessing that, since you will be looking at your options, you may want to take a look at this, the latest Jamaica builders rate sheet, as well as get an idea of the current costs of basic building materials here in Jamaica.

Good luck and all the best!

See also: Best Roofing Suppliers In Jamaica.


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