by Mindy Aguon
Guam - International Bridge Corporation is hoping that it will meet all government inspections by next Friday to enable the start of the moving in phase for the new John F. Kennedy High School campus. The company had to move the completion date back from the original June deadline.
The cafeteria and some classrooms will be completed before the opening of school but the gymnasium floor won't be done until September. IBC Vice President Miguel Bordallo in a press release said the company is in the process of submitting the required documentation and certifications to enable occupancy inspections.
The company expects substantial completion of the campus by next Friday, July 15.
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