Guam - Department of Public Works director Andy Leon Guerrero says his agency has given the OK for Hawaiian Rock to place the base course in front of the Sinajana Mobil and 76 gas stations. He says once that is done, the contractor could open up traffic for both east- and westbound traffic.
At this point, tests are being analyzed to determine if the contractor could continue with laying out the friction course for the roadway. The project has since been compromised because oil from the asphalt was seeping.
In the meantime, DPW will hold a press conference tomorrow to discuss the status of projects to include Route 2, the Barrigada tri-intersection, and Yigo.