As plans for the military buildup continue to be cemented one thing is certain: the need for qualified engineers on Guam is the highest it's been in years. Both local and off-island firms are actively seeking new workers to build up infrastructure construct facilities and solve the technical problems associated with the buildup. "We have nowhere near enough engineers on Guam "" said Louis C. DeMaria general manager of DCK Pacific Guam LLC. ""With the amount of work that's going to be happening here we will need significantly more engineers than we have now . . .
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