BY GIFF JOHNSON
Marshall Islands Correspondent
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — With more than $30 million in U.S.-funded construction projects spurring building work around the Marshall Islands, construction of Majuro’s new hospital reached its first milestone in late January: the concrete floor slab is finished, literally paving the way for the next stages of building the new surgical ward.
It is the first of a six-phase plan to remake the hospital that was first opened in 1986 and built largely from pre-fabricated assembly. The first phase of the contract was won by Pacific International Inc . . .
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