Ironwood News

Arch and Godfrey strike a deal with Ironwood

Ironwood has signed with local contractor, Arch and Godfrey, as lead contractor for the development of the Town Center. According to a statement, “this appointment supports Ironwood’s continued commitment to engage with local companies with a track record of high quality ...

Ironwood Project Plans To Move Ahead

Those behind a $360 million Frank Sound project are planning to move ahead with the deal. Ironwood is banking there will be a deal inked with government to extend the East-West Arterial, 10 miles to Frank Sound Road. This is so it can start work on the housing community ...

Ironwood Wants Tires for Golf Course

An attempt to sell up to two million scrapped tires piled up at the George Town landfill site received no official bids. It is the fourth time the Cayman Islands government has gone out to tender seeking a private firm to buy and dispose of the tires without success. Royd...

6-Month Permit For Visitors Granted

Cabinet orders approved late last year that allow “snowbirds” a six-month visitor pass to stay at their vacation home do not apply to non-Caymanian workers who own property and who are coming to the end of their permitted work term, immigration officials confirmed this w...

Golf resort aims for 2018 tee-off

A second golf course has been added to plans for the proposed Ironwood resort, and the development’s project director is predicting a 2018 opening date. “If I can hit the first golf ball off the first tee on January 2018, then we’ll be right on schedule,” said James McVe...

Ironwood Will Create Jobs

Those behind the $360 million Frank Sound project say it will be a job creator. That’s once the deal is ironed out. Ironwood plans to start work on the housing community – complete with shops, homes and championship golf course – once government agrees to let them extend ...

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