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IBC hopes to secure occupancy permits

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - International Bridge Corporation is just one clearance away from going to the Department of Public Works to get conditional occupancy permits for Phases I and II two of the new John F. Kennedy High School. IBC Vice President Miguel Bordallo had hoped to get the permits by today, but the company is waiting for the results of laboratory tests that were taken on the drinking water at the Upper Tumon campus. 

The results, he says, are expected by tomorrow and barring any concerns, the Guam EPA has agreed to signoff on Saturday in hopes the company can get the occupancy permits from DPW tomorrow. Once that happens, JFK and the company can begin unloading the containers that are already sitting in the campus waiting to be moved into classrooms.   Bordallo adds once the cafeteria and some classrooms are completed, IBC will seek a total clearance in time for students to begin the new school year.

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