In response to the military moving their bases from Okinawa to Guam, the population on the island of Guam was expected to increase by 25%. Our study identified opportunities and deficiencies of the island infrastructure and facilities that would be stressed with the changing population and activities on the island. Study concentrated on public facilities: cultural, medical, correctional, educational and public safety. Recommendations for adding facilities or infrastructure were presented.
Services: Planning, Engineering
Budget: Study Cost – $300,000
How We Did
Our program level-planning tool for leadership within the Marine leadership and for the Government of Guam will help their administration determine the best path forward for the future of their island.
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