Guam - The Guam Economic Development Authority has hired a new consultant. The firm of R.W. Armstrong has been brought on board to help organize some of the agency's construction activities. GEDA administrator Karl Pangelinan said, "Starting very soon, maybe as soon as early as next month, you'll start to see RFPs go out for the museum and other projects.
"So we're real excited about that and we met with all the stakeholders, we got all the information gathered and we're starting to make waves on getting some dirt turned very shortly."
Pangelinan says they've got a laundry list of construction projects related to tourism on the horizon including village signs, the Farmers Co-Op, and some infrastructure work in Tumon.