NHA, MID and SINU meet SIPPR for SINU feasibility study


Five Chinese nationals from SIPPR (Six Institute of Project Planning and Research) met with representatives from NHA (National Hosting Authority)/Project Management Unit, MID (Ministry of Infrastructure and Development), and SINU (Solomon Islands National University) to start initial discussion on the feasibility studies for the new SINU dormitories that will be used to house athletes and officials for the 2023 Pacific Games today.

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The SPPR team will be doing a feasibility study at SINU Kukum Campus to build 3 new dormitory buildings, each dormitory building will have 4 levels and have 80 rooms each. The new dormitories are expected to have a total of 240 rooms purposely built for SINU and can be repurposed for 2023 Pacific Games to be able to house up to 600 athletes and officials. T

his is another NHA driven project that will be funded by the PRC government for the 2023 Pacific Games Village that will live a legacy for the Solomon Islands National University.

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