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Hubtech appealing termination of project

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The company that was fired from the Route 2 Agat-Umatac Road Project earlier this year is protesting its termination through the Guam Office of Public Accountability. Hubtech Internatonal Corporation was terminated for multiple violations including using foreign steel. 

Public Works Deputy Director Carl Dominguez says their attorney is handling the case, adding new contractor IMCO General Construction is moving the project along. "We are very pleased with the contractor - IMCO that's taken over the project, they are working very diligently from what our construction managers see from their work they are very pleased so far," he said.

Hubtech's attorney, Phillip Torres, declined to comment on the protest. a prehearing conference is set for this Friday.

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