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Port, MARAD award $1.39M Contract

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - SmithBridge Guam, Inc. has been awarded a $1.39M contract from the Port Authority and the Maritime Administration. The contract is for Phase II construction of the $50 million Guam Commercial Improvement Project. SmithBridge will be demolishing a 100-thousand square foot Warehouse which was originally built in the late 1960's. By removing the structure as well as others will expand the Break Bulk Yard to approximately seven acres and improve efficiency of port operations. The entire project is 100-percent federally funded and will be completed in two years

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