Washington, D.C. – October 6, 2022 – Officials from the Ministry of Works and Utilities and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs travelled to Washington, D.C. to execute a contract with ACG Architects to provide services for the renovation of The Bahamas Chancery Building, located at 2220 Massachusetts Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.

The services to be provided by ACG include a conceptual design as well as structural, mechanical and electrical renovations.

The Embassy continues to operate from its temporary location at 600 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., until the completion of the renovation.

Shown from left are Mr. Eugene Poitier, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Mr. Addison Nottingham, Anderson Cooper Group; Mr. Luther Smith, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works; H.E. Wendall Jones, Ambassador of The Bahamas to the USA; Ms. Tracee Dorestant, Acting Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of The Bahamas; and Mr. Patrick Adderley, Bahamas Consul General to Washington, D.C.