John S. Bassie & Co. is a dynamic and innovative law firm with offices at 62 Law Street, Kingston & Tony Rowe’s Plaza, Junction, St. Elizabeth. Our firm offers a wide range
of professional legal services and expertise to individual and corporate clients in Jamaica as well as to Caribbean and Jamaican nationals in the diaspora, in particular, the USA, UK & Canada.
Our distinguished and highly respected team consists of specialist attorneys and support staff with an excellent track record of providing the highest quality service at extremely affordable and flexible rates.
We are committed to providing specialized and personal legal services to both corporations and individuals in a professional, timely and efficient manner. Our corporate lawyers are experienced in advising domestic and international companies across all industry sectors on corporate law. For large transactional work we have a team of corporate attorneys and other professionals with the right skills and expertise for the job.
At John S. Bassie & Co. we try to avoid unnecessary and expensive litigation when possible by utilizing alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as arbitration and mediation. However, when ADR does not serve our client’s needs, we vigorously represent their interests in court.
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Dr. John Hall is an experienced consultant neurologist with over 30 years’ experience in providing comprehensive neurological care.
Hall John A S Dr services are:
Dementias and other cognitive conditions
Stroke and cerebrovascular diseases
Multiple sclerosis and demyelinating disorders
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Boilerco (Ja) Ltd was formed on April 28, 1964, as the Boiler Construction and Repair Company Limited. Boilerco (Ja) Ltd has been a pioneer in the field of engineering service
and supplies, specializing in the sales, installation, maintenance, and repairs of steam/hot water boilers. Boilerco (Ja) Ltd also designs, constructs, maintains, retails, and repairs industrial incinerators. In addition, Boilerco insulates steam pipes and pressure vessels, and distributes many industrial engineering products which relate to boilers, incinerators, and associated equipment.
Boilerco (Ja) Ltd is the sole authorized distributor of Plibrico Refractories and Incinerators in Jamaica. Boilerco (Ja) Ltd is the Island’s largest supplier of Industrial/Commercial/Residential Insulation products, distributing for Industrial Insulation Group and Owen’s Corning’s Industrial Insulations. Boilerco (Ja) Ltd also distributes for Hurst Boilers, Honeywell, and many others and mainly serve the island's power generation, sugar, bauxite, hotel, and petroleum industries.
Boilerco (Ja) Ltd is proud to utilize the 48+ years of experience in the incinerator business to provide the new service of Document Destruction which includes the secure, professional, discreet, and complete destruction such as All Confidential Documents, Financial Archives, Legal/Medical Documents, Damaged/Expired/Waste Products, CD’s/Tapes/Video, Payroll, Information and Credit Cards.
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Largest Selection of Refractory and Insulation on the Island
One of the Smallest Shred/Grind Sizes in the World
G.P.S. Tracked Vehicles
N.A.I.D. Member (National Association for Information Destruction)
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With only 105 first form students and a faculty of four Jesuit Fathers, Campion College opened its doors on January 5, 1960 and the first lessons were given that day in a pavi
lion and in classrooms borrowed from Campion Hall Preparatory School. Campion Hall Prep had been founded in January 1940 when Rt. Reverend Thomas A. Emmet, S.J., D.D., was Vicar Apostolic of Jamaica and V. Reverend Thomas J. Feeney, S.J. was uperior.It began on the premises of St. George’s College but moved to Roslyn Hall (now known as Campion Hall) at 115 Old Hope Road on January 6, 1942.
To make room for the growing needs of Campion College, the prep school graduated its last class in December 1962, just as twenty-two years earlier it had taken in its first students to supply the needs of St. George’s College.
In just over 50 years, Campion has become the premier high school in the island with over 1400 students. Some of the highlights in the history of the school include:
• The addition of a 6th form programme in 1967
• The transition from a private school to a grant-aided, coeducational public school in 1976
• The school’s outstanding academic record, which has resulted in its awards for Top CSEC & CAPE School based on its examination results over several years
• The numerous national and international awards and scholarships its graduates have received including 14 Rhodes Scholarships.
True to its Jesuit identity, the school’s mission is to create “men and women for others” by forming graduates who are “intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to justice.” To that end, the school has a rigorous academic curriculum as well as a carefully designed, expansive co-curricular programme for character formation. This co-curricular programme includes some 40 clubs and 15 sports and features service clubs which range from the Interact and Key Club, to the Ministry Outreach (which visits children and senior homes weekly), to the Champ ions Homework Club, whereby Campion students tutor children from the inner-city community of nearby Chamber’s Lane.
CAMPION & THE SOCIETY OF JESUS
Not only did the Society establish the school, but its Jesuit Fathers also served as members of staff, encouraging willing young minds in all aspects of learning, and laying foundations in religion, the arts, and science.
Jesuits who have served at Campion College over the years include: Archbishop Samuel Carter (First Headmaster, 1960- 1964), Fr. William Raftery, Fr. John Dorsey, Fr. Farrell, Fr. Ashe, Fr. Coleman, Fr. Ruddy, Fr. Delaney, Br. Clarke, Fr. Bowman, Fr. Reil, Fr. Barry, Fr. Krim, Fr. Macmillan and Fr. Cowley.
Today, Fr. Joseph MacWade, Fr. Con Mulvihill and the Chairman of the School Board, Fr. Peter McIsaac, continue the tradition of Jesuit service to the school. Read more......Read less
Surdeen Equipment and Trucking Company began operation in 2004. The shareholders are Mr. John R. Surdeen and Ms. Raquel R. Boyd. The company's major activities of the company
are the rental of heavy duty equipment, sale of new heavy equipment, sale of used heavy equipment, the sale of new parts, the sale of used parts and the service and repair of hydraulic hammer and heavy equipment etc. Surdeen Equipment and Trucking Co. Ltd. recently began executing civil engineering construction work. To date the company has completed four (4) projects of varying sizes. Three of these projects were as sub-contractors to KIER / CCC (Jamaica) Joint Venture on the South Manchester Mines Development Project. The company intends to intensify its effort in this new venture. Surdeen Equipment and Trucking Co. Ltd stock a wide variety of Earthmoving equipment, including JCB Backhoe loader all types and JCB Excavators all types, Wheel Loaders, Bobcat Skid Steer Loader and Dumpers , just to name a few.
Surdeen Equipment & Trucking Co. Ltd. has experienced a rapid growth in business operation, with the acquisition of several new and efficient equipments, making a total of twenty (20) pieces of heavy duty equipment for rental. Heavy equipment rentals are done based on contracts and hourly rental limited to equipment working a minimum of four (4) hours.
Job over a maximum 15 days requires a Purchase Order before commencement of job. Equipment rental rates for jobs also attract a transportation cost based on location of the job. Our staff is highly knowledgeable and experienced. We are willing to go the extra mile to ensure your needs are met in a timely, efficient and cost effective manner. Please give us a call now or send us an enquiry via email. Read more......Read less