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Perez Brothers partners with pair of firms

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Local concrete company Perez Brothers signed-off on a major partnership deal with two renowned concrete and pre-cast companies. The new company is now known as Perez-M.Tec-ACC, LLC. The partnership ushers in the entry of advanced ready-mix concrete and pre-cast pre-stressed technology and products to Guam's building industry for faster and more efficient project completion. 

The new partnership comes just over a month after the Defense Department awarded the first phase of five $4 billion military contracts in preparation for the Marines relocation.

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