The department of public works kicked off phase two of it's islandwide guardrail installation program this morning in the southern village of Agat. The project is the second of two island wide projects to replace and repair guardrails at various locations around Guam's roadways. The project which was awarded to Nippo Construction Corporation will cost a total of $3.5 million dollars. The construction company will remove existing guardrails and posts as well as install new galvanized steel guardrails, steel posts, composite block outs and approach and trailing end terminals. The islandwide guardail installation program is a part of the Guam Territorial Transportation Improvement Program. The $3.5 million dollars required for phaseII was funded by the Federal Highway Administration.