Guam - Core Tech International is looking over an itemized list submitted by the Governor's Office and the Department of Education when it comes to what the John F. Kennedy High School community needs for their temporary campus in Tiyan. Business Development Director Joshua Tenorio says his company will be incorporating recommendations on a few items that can address with less money.
He told KUAM News, "We are going to suggest some alternatives, such as instead of having concrete in the parking lot, we can use asphalt which is a bit more standard to do. Things like that. We'll send it over to the Governor's Office in terms of what we view the cost would be."
Tenorio says DOE was able to reduce the size and areas of the parking lots and covered walkways in order to save some money. He does say one of the biggest priorities is to ensure science labs and classrooms are adequately equipped. Tenorio says he's unsure where negotiations will go and how long the term of the lease will be.
Those recommendations will be submitted to DOE in the coming weeks.