Published On: Mon, Apr 23rd, 2018

Minister Camelia-Römer: ‘No indications for return Berenschot at construction hospital’

Camelia-RomerWILLEMSTAD - The Minister of Public Health, Suzanne Camelia-Römer has no indications that ministerial supervisor Stanley Betrian, who is working on the construction of new hospital Hospital Nobo Otrobanda, will once again hire consulting firm Berenschot for the project.

Client Sona broke off the working relationship with Berenschot after both organizations had been in a quarrel since 2016 about a million claim and certain costs that the consultancy firm charged. The outgoing government at the time agreed to this in March last year.

Last year Sona had already indicated several times, to be willing to transfer the hospital project back to the government. In this context, the government has decided to set up a number of new entities under the umbrella of a holding company.

Now that the transfer is a fact, there is a chance that Betrian is bringing Berenschot back to the table, but Camelia-Römer has no indications that there is a desire for that.

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