We’ve set a new milestone in our corporate history, by opening a new HQ in Bogue, Montego Bay, by sending a clear message to the market, on our leading position within the Caribbean, as a standard in all that is construction and project oversight.
Just as talent forms part of our corporate culture, so does the trust bestowed in us by our clients, and the flexibility that they have showed time and time again with every new venture. Thus, we have shown in Jamaica, since executing the development of projects as Luxury Bahía Príncipe Runaway Bay, Don Pablo Collection, Royalton Blue Waters, Royalton Negril and Zoetry Montego Bay.
This was acknowledged by all distinguished guests during the launch, among them the D.R Ambassador to Jamaica, Dr. José Tomás Ares Germán, and the Chairman of the Economic Growth Board, Michael Lee-Chin. During the ceremony, Therrestra CEO, Hugo Pérez Ocalles, shared the following address, thus reassuring the company’s commitment to the country and the Caribbean, as a leader in the sector.
“Since 2004, our sole objective in Therrestra has been to offer high-quality and top-of-the-line construction services; the satisfaction and excellent outcome of each project have led the pathway to our company’s progress, and today, we feel proud of all we have achieved, because we have grown”.
About Grupo Therrestra:
Therrestra is the mindset created by a cluster of Engineering and Construction professionals, inspired by Hugo Pérez Ovalles, whom bestow all their talent, trust and commitment at the service of all tourist, residential and commercial investments in the Caribbean, which demand promptness, quality and excellence in every detail.
Therrestra was founded in 2004, with the sole objective of offering Civil Construction services. We focus on Design, Development and Oversight of tourist, residential and commercial projects all throughout the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean. Currently, our team of 200 direct collaborators are developing projects in Jamaica, Saint Lucia and the Dominican Republic, by creating some 4,000 direct job opportunities in the region. Therrestra is also registered in Saint Marteen and in Aruba.