Ministry of Interior Building Plan - Ministere de L'Interieur
Here is a picture of the plan for the reconstruction of Haiti Ministry of Interior. The cost of construction of the Ministry is estimated at $ 17.5 million with funding provided by PetroCaribe-Treasury.
It is estimated to create more than 150 jobs.
Work for this building is underway and scheduled to be done by January 2014.
On Thursday, February 4, 2016, President Martelly inaugurated the new building for the Ministry of Interior and Territorial Communities (MICT) located at the corner of Paul VI and Monseigneur Guilloux, on the site of the General Tax Directorate (DGI) which was destroyed in the 2010 earthquake. The five-storey building, with the financial support of the Treasury and the PetroCaribe funds, will house the MICT office, a meeting room, an infirmary, a cafeteria and a parking space for 120 vehicles at the ground level and for about thirty vehicles in the basement. The building will be equipped with three lifts and two emergency staircases-- everything meeting the norms of modern standard practices. Two construction companies, Constructora ROFI" (Dominican) and "Overseas Engineering & Construction Company" (Taiwan), were employed for the construction of the new MICT building.