BY BORIS HERTSLET
In the past few weeks, some large projects have been awarded on Guam, including: the $165 million in Government of Japan Mamizu-funded site improvements and utilities for the future Marine Corps base, $78 million for a live-fire training range complex, $41 million for sewer system upgrades at Naval Base Guam, $24 million for architect-engineering services for various Navy and Marine Corps facilities, and $7 million for capping the Anderson Air Force Base landfill. That’s $315 million worth of work awarded in less than a month. Guam is going to get busy . . .
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