It's already one year behind schedule and it appears the construction of the Guam and Chamorro Educational Facility will be even further delayed. GEDA's Real Property Division manager Larry Toves says he was informed by contractor Inland Builders Corporation that the December 28 construction completion date will not be met and instead will be moved to January 31 of next year. The delay is a result of the contractor having problems with vendors shipping supplies and materials. GEDA's construction manager Pacific Alliance will next look at the schedule to justify the reason for the delay and other issues. Toves adds any additional cost will be at the expense of the contractor not the owner. And as part of the contract, liquidated damages will be assessed at a cost of $1,500 for every day the project is delayed. Currently the construction of the Guam Museum is 80% complete.