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Notice to proceed for Guam Museum expected soon

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Museum is close to starting construction. According to a release from the Governor's Office, once inland builders corporation receives it notice to proceed, the company can start the process of ordering construction materials.

The Guam Economic Development Authority is expected to issue the notice to proceed for the full construction phase this week. The NTP is pending final review requiring signatures from the attorney general and the governor.

It was in early June when the GEDA awarded Inland Builders with the estimated $15.3 million construction contract. The museum is set to open in December 2014.

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