Find Construction and Engineering expertise in Trinidad and Tobago
Construction accounts for 9.5% of Trinidad and Tobago’s GDP (2008) and is a major contributor to employment. The country experienced a construction boom in the 2000s that was fuelled by the success of the oil and gas industry and initiated through government-led projects. There are over 800 registered engineers in the country. There are between 10-20 large engineering firms (over 50 professionals) and numerous small firms. The engineering sector is considered the largest and most advanced in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Major industry bodies include the Trinidad and Tobago Contractors Association, the Association of Consulting Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago, and Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Architects.