Alvair Ltd, incorporated in 2015, was formed to provide project management, engineering and construction management services to the energy and commercial construction sectors in Trinidad & Tobago and the wider region.
Our team of professionals can provide a one-stop service to all of your project needs through the full project life-cycle including Concept Development, Preliminary Engineering Design, Detailed Engineering & Architectural Design, Construction, Commissioning and Close-out.
Managing Director, REng, PMP
B. Sc. Civil Engineering, 1996 – University of the West Indies (Upper Second Class).
PMP, Project Management Institute
Barry Mohammed has over twenty-five (25) years’ experience in the design, construction and project management of major roads, bridges and drainage infrastructure projects, residential, institutional and commercial buildings, and industrial facilities in the power and oil and gas sectors. He has extensive experience in managing medium-sized EPCM companies in excess of 130 employees. Barry Mohammed is a project management professional. He manages the operational aspect of the Company and coordinates all of the Company’s projects from inception to completion.
Some of Mr. Mohammed’s former capital-intensive projects in Trinidad and Tobago include:
The Southern Roads Development Project consisting of dualling of the San Fernando By-Pass, Crossing Interchange and Connector Road, San Fernando
The IDB Funded Health Sector Reform Programme for refurbishment and reconstruction of 37 Health Centres and District Health Facilities for the various regional health authorities in Trinidad
A New Gas Turbine Overhaul and Maintenance Facility for GE Oil & Gas and the Atlantic LNG Complex in Pt. Fortin, Trinidad.
Management of specific Engineering and Construction Personnel supply services to the EPC Contractors / Owners for construction of a Gas-To-Liquids Plant, a 720MW combined cycle power plant facility, a new 4.5 IMGPD Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant and a 1MMTPY Methanol and DME project
Renovation of an existing 200 room hotel asset into the 4-star Magdalena Grand Hotel, Lowlands, Tobago