Special Projects identifies and pursues capital improvement and maintenance projects designed to enhance Guam’s tourism plant and remain competitive with other world-class destinations. To achieve our mission, the Bureau oversees maintenance of major tourist infrastructure such as Tumon & Hagatna Beach Cleaning & Maintenance, Tumon San Vitores Landscaping Maintenance and the Island Roadway Maintenance.
Tumon and Hagåtña Beach Cleaning Maintenance
GVB contracts beach maintenance from Gun Beach to East Agaña Beach (across Shell Gas Station). Maintenance includes sand raking, trash collecting collection and some tree trimming. The contractor for the project is Landscape Management Systems, Inc.
Tumon Landscaping Maintenance
GVB contracts landscaping maintenance along San Vitores Boulevard up to the Bishop Flores Rotunda. It also includes road medians, GVB office, three major intersections leading to hotel row from Westin Resort-Marine Corps Drive and Pacific Star Hotel-JFK Road.
Island Road Maintenance
A total of 30 miles of roadway is maintained from northern to southern Guam. The project scope includes grasscutting of shoulders and medians, trash collection and minor tree trimming at Rt. 1 (Dededo Flea Market to Naval Station Gate); Rt 4 (Hagatna Chief Quipuha to Inarajan); Rt 34 (Two Lovers Point entrance) and Rt 11 Cabras Island medians. The contractor for the project is GET, LLC.
Contract Administration & Inspection Services
GVB contracted Eco-Green Services to inspect its main projects such as Tumon & Hagatna Beach Cleaning, Tumon Landscape Maintenance and Island Road Maintenance Projects. Eco-Green Services also serves and assists in bid/contract document preparation and project implementation. Eco-Green Services also liases with GovGuam agencies or private entities to address issues related to GVB projects.
Holiday Illumination Project
Each year, the Holiday Illumination Project offers a beautiful and festive atmosphere for Guam’s local community and tourists. The project features a Christmas Village centrally located to hotels on San Vitores Road and attracts hundreds of visitors each year.