Few surveyors on Guam to tackle pending buildup projects
BY JOHN I. BORJA
Guam is projected to see growth in infrastructure within the next decade as military buildup plans unveil, but some land surveying experts do not think the island will have enough manpower to take on the jobs.
Land surveying generally is the first step for any activity on a piece of property, whether it is selling a land lot or constructing a building on top of it. Types of surveys include boundary, topographic, construction and hydrographic mapping, among others.
Dennis S. Balagtas, a professional land surveyor . . .
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