BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF
Work has begun on the third floor of the Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport in the area between Gate 6 and Gate 7 as part of the construction of the international arrivals corridor, according to an update on the airport’s capital improvement program presented by Frank Santos, president of consulting firm TMG, during the Guam International Airport Authority’s board meeting on June 28. Although the project has a contract completion date of September 2019, there may be delays, Santos said. The corridor, for which $41 million has been . . .
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