CPML Congratulates Kee Chanona on Completion of Furness Multistorey Carpark

Featured in today’s Trinidad Guardian Newspaper: A special congratulations to Kee Chanona Ltd on the successful completion of the Furness Multistorey Carpark in Port of Spain. CPML Contractors Ltd provided the following services-: – Planning & Engineering – Use of the Garage Beam System for Formwork – Construction of Post Tensioned Slabs for floors – Construction of Barrier Cables We would like to thank KCL for the opportunity to provide […]

Tarouba Housing Development

Over 10 years ago, CPML constructed all foundatons for the Tarouba Housing Development, San Fernando using Post Tensioning Technology. The house owner indicated that in 2015 a landslip had occurred under a PT Foundation. It was very significant that the neither the foundation nor the house showed signs of distress. To date the residents are still occupying their home with a major landslip progressively occurring. If this was a conventional […]

Palmyra Retaining Wall

A client came in quite distraught to CPML in November 2015; only 1 year before he had completed construction of his 2 million dollar home. Overnight, an inadequately designed retaining wall failed and rubble was within inches of damaging his new home. CPML immediately constructed shoring to prevent further slippage and at the same time redesigned and built a counterfort retaining wall with anchors within a period of 6 weeks.  […]

Furness Multi-Storey Carpark: Port of Spain

CPML was selected by Kee Chanona Ltd to be the Post Tensioning and Formwork Installation Contractor for the Furness 12 Storey Carpark located at Corner Richmond Street and Independence Square, Port of Spain. The car park was designed by Beston Consulting and comprises a piled foundation to support reinforced concrete columns and shear walls. The design comprises 58 foot clear spans on a 20 foot grid of slabs from beam […]

CPML Contractors Presenting at APETT Technical Conference 2016

CPML Contractors Presenting at APETT Technical Conference 2016

CPML Contractors Limited shall be presenting our paper ‘Foundations and Floors on Expansive Clays and Compressible Soils- Post-Tension Alternative’ at the APETT Technical Conference 2016. The conference features papers based on the topic ‘Innovative Engineering Solutions for the Caribbean’. Presentation is carded for 11:00am on Friday 24th June, 2016. Come see our presentation alongside many others! To attend the conference, please click the link below to purchase tickets-:

Another Successful Post Tension Seminar

CPML recently hosted a Post Tensioning Seminar titled “The Practice and Future of Post Tensioning in Trinidad and Tobago” on April 11th, 2015 at the University of Trinidad and Tobago in Cunupia. The seminar’s objective was to provide an insight into the design and construction of structures using Post Tensioning Technology. The presenters were: Mr. Bill Ramrattan Dr. Ian Khan Kernahan Mr. Mark Francois Mr. Brendon Inniss Dr. Myron Chin

Post Tensioning in Trinidad & Tobago

Post Tensioning in Trinidad & Tobago

Post Tensioned Technology is not new to Trinidad & Tobago since it has been used over the last three (3) decades to construct Water Tanks, Beams, LNG Tanks etc. CPML Contractors Limited (CPML) took the decision to invest in Inventory and Personnel Training to ensure the wider availability of the Technology in Trinidad & Tobago. Mr. Bill Ramrattan, a member of the Post Tensioning Institute has also been fully trained […]

Our New Website

Our New Website

We are pleased to announce the launch of the CPML Contractors Ltd official website where we hope visitors will find the information useful. Our site provides our entire range of services and expertise as well as showcases our many finished projects. Each project stands as fine examples of our ability in the real world.