"Starting in 2010 there will be a tidal wave of cargo headed for this port. This is a tidal wave that is caused by the military buildup "" said Jeffrey Peck project manager for Parsons Brinckerhoff International the company with the Owner's Agent/Engineer contract for the port at session seven of Guam Industry Forum III on April 29. He added that the Port Authority of Guam - with its aging infrastructure - is not yet ready to handle the surge . . .
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