Relief is rapidly on its way for Sophia residents as the Ringroad project moves towards completion. Minister within the Public Infrastructure Ministry, Annette Ferguson said the works which began in December 2015 are almost completed. She noted that the project will give the residents value for money since it is being done to international standards.Minister within the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Annette FergusonOngoing works at A Field, SophiaSpeaking with the Government Information Agency (GINA), Ferguson said that from A Field to B Field of the Ringroad project is 80 per cent completed. That section of the contract was awarded to Ivor Alleyne for $62 million. Culverts are completed while placement of crusher run is ongoing.Further at the B Field to C Field section, works are 85 per cent completed. That contract was awarded to V Dalip Enterprise for $55 million. The culvert and other road works are completed while the final layer is to be completed by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s Special Projects Unit.The C Field to D Field section was awarded to Courtney Benn Construction Services for $87 million and is 45 per cent completed.Ferguson explained that the Ministry of Public Infrastructure will continue to bring relief to the residents of Sophia. “You know they were neglected for years and I’m happy the government through the Ministry of Public Infrastructure has taken the initiative. That is one promise we made, that once elected we would bring relief.”Ferguson urged the residents to take care of the resources they now have and not destroy any.