The all clear has been given by officials for workers to reenter the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries at the International Waterfront following a fire earlier this morning.
Around 10.30 am workers evacuated the building after the fire alarm sounded. Fire officers from the Wrightson Road Fire Station responded shortly after.
During a visit to the site, fire sub-officer Dale Comissiong told Guardian Media the fire was caused by a water heater on the 24th floor of the building. However, he noted the small fire was quickly brought under control following swift action by a small group of employees with a fire extinguisher.
He said the floor was left to "air out" for a few minutes before the all clear was given for the employees to return to work.
There were no injuries reported during the incident.