Van der Leun opens new operation base

Van der Leun opens new Atlanta operations base.

Port of Guam Improvement Project Underway

Last week construction began on a $50 million project to improve the Port of Guam. The project is administered by ...

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Guam: PAG to Break Ground on Modernization Projects

The Port Authority of Guam (PAG) Board of Directors and Management announced that they will be breaking ground on ...

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Guam: PUC Approves ANZ Commercial Loan

PUC Approves ANZ Commercial Loan

At its meeting last night, the Public Utilities Commission heard petitions filed by the Port Authority of Guam ...

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Guam: Port Awards Contract for Phase II Hagatna Development

Port Awards Contract for Phase II Hagatna Development

At its regular meeting on September 20, the Port Authority of Guam Board of Directors unanimously voted to award ...

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Guam: Port Modernization Efforts Underway

Port Modernization Efforts Underway

According to the Port Authority of Guam, the modernization efforts are definitely underway at the Port. “We ...

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Agana Springs PCB Cleanup Completed (Guam)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency working with the Guam Environmental Protection Agency completed the ...

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Guam: Navy to Consider Alternative Site for Carrier ...

Navy to Consider Alternative Site for Carrier Berthing in Apra Harbor

Assistant Secretary of the Navy Jacky Pfanenstiel has sent a letter to Senator Judi Guthertz saying they will give ...

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Japan Provides First USD 89.7 Million for Guam Development

The first Japanese-funded construction work needed to move 8,600 Okinawa Marines to the U.S. territory of Guam ...

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HDR Donates Coral Study Equipment to UOG Marine Lab (Guam)

A company who is studying coral in Apra Harbor to improve the Navy’s dredging plan will donate undersea equipment ...

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EPA Acts to Strengthen Stormwater Pollution Controls in Guam

  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced a decision to require all dischargers of urban ...

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Navy’s Plan for Guam Dredging Causes Concern

A Navy plan to dredge dozens of acres of coral to make way for a new aircraft carrier berth on the small U.S. ...

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New Warf Location Would Require Less Dredging (Guam)

Three federal agencies have sent a letter recommending the Navy consider building their aircraft carrier wharf in ...

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Guam: $54.5 Million USDA Loan to Port Officially Announced

The United States Department of Agriculture today officialy announced that they have awarded the Port Authority of ...

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Guam: International Firm to Make Coral Study Before ...

A international design firm has been hired to study coral in Apra Harbor, bringing the island one step closer to a ...

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Port Authority of Guam Gets $50 Million Injection

The Port Authority of Guam now has $50 million in the bank — free from the Defense Department — to ...

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Guam: EPA Designates Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site

The EPA is designating the Guam Deep Ocean Disposal Site (G-DODS) as a permanent ocean dredged material disposal ...

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Senator Against Apra Harbor Dredging (Guam)

Just leave it alone. If you tinker too much, it could trigger a radioactive disaster. Senator BJ Cruz says scraping ...

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Guam: Apra Harbor Dredging Could Cause Coral Destruction ?

Building an artificial reef, planting trees to stop erosion and upgrading sewage plants are possibilities the ...

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Guam: Draft Design of Port Modernization Unveiled

A draft of the design work for the initial phase of the Port’s Modernization Program was unveiled Wednesday ...

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EPA Proposes Designation of Guam Disposal Site as ...

SUMMARY: The EPA is proposing to designate the Guam Deep Ocean Disposal Site (G-DODS) as a permanent ocean dredged ...

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USA: Guam Port Waits on $50 million For Development

HAGÅTÑA, Guam – The Port of Guam is a linchpin in the military buildup — without significant upgrades ...

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