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DCK Pacific lands risk-management contract

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - DCK Pacific Guam has been awarded the contract for the construction of the Guam Regional Medical City Project. The facility will be constructed on a six-acre site adjacent to the Routes 1 and 3 intersection. According to a press release, the first phase of the development, pending permit approval, is a six-story, 260,000-square foot, 130-bed, $250 million state of the art hospital.

DCK was already awarded a formal pre-construction services contract this past April of and was awarded the construction manager-at-risk contract. The island's first and only private hospital is expected to break ground in November or December.

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