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Legislature Sets Priorities for American Rescue Plan Funds

Date: May 18, 2021

The 36th Guam Legislature released a bipartisan list of priorities for the anticipated $664 million in American Rescue Plan funding. It was signed by all 15 senators and addressed to Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, who requested to meet with the Legislature on May 11 to discuss policy priorities for the money, according to a Pacific Daily News report.

A joint statement from Speaker Therese Terlaje and Minority Leader Chris Duenas stated that American Rescue Plan funds presented an opportunity to truly affect people's lives. In addition to targeting $68 million in direct assistance to individuals and families affected by the pandemic, the funding priorities include the following:

  • Around $341 million for the investment in infrastructure and technology toward economic growth and affordable housing and development.
  • $18.5 million for workforce training and diversification, as well as student aid.
  • Funding for the Small Business Pandemic Assistance Program to provide direct assistance to businesses negatively impacted by the pandemic and to develop additional programs or opportunities for the creation of new small businesses and to encourage economic growth.
  • Funding to avert rate increases for the Guam Waterworks Authority and to repair pipelines and expand sewer infrastructure to off-grid locations.
  • Funding to Public Works to repair Guam's roads, advance the Village Streets Master Plan and fund highway infrastructure projects.
  • Money to bring water and sewer infrastructure to the Chamoru Land Trust Commission homes and the building of affordable homes.
  • $7 million each to the University of Guam and Guam Community College.

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Department of Labor to Work with Contractors on H2-B Applications

Date: May 18, 2021

The Guam Department of Labor is working with local contractors who need H-2B, or skilled foreign workers, for construction projects within the confines of the new guidelines provided by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, according to a The Guam Daily Post article.

GDOL Director David Dell'Isola said USCIS' guidance for the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act includes provisions that allow H-2B workers to come to Guam to work on projects that "support or are adversely affected by the military realignment."

"Guam DOL welcomes this guidance which will assist contractors on Guam to get the badly needed supplemental skilled workers needed for ongoing and future contracting activity," Dell'Isola stated. "We expect that employers will soon submit applications to USCIS using the new flexibility."

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Governor Launches Education Assistance and Youth Empowerment Program

Date: May 18, 2021

The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration has established the Governor's Education Assistance and Youth Empowerment Grant Program to fund student engagement opportunities for public, private, and charter school students. This program will maximize the $33 million awarded in Education Stabilization Funds dedicated to the Governor's Office through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

The Guam State Clearinghouse (under the Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Guam) is soliciting interest and proposals from educational institutions, government entities, community organizations, and nonprofit organizations to develop programs and activities addressing the learning loss for students along with improving their social and emotional well-being.

Proposals may include, but are not limited to, activities and programs related to the following:

  1. Academic and Sports Activities including: academic competition and exhibits; literacy programs and initiatives; STEM and STEAM programs; and youth sports and recreational activities.
  2. Development and Enhancement of Learning Resources including: curriculum development; digitization, production, and publication of online learning resources; and online and television learning programming.
  3. Programs Supporting Leadership Development, Social and Emotional Resiliency, and Positive Pro-Social Activities including: arts and humanities, behavioral health & wellness, Chamoru language, environmental stewardship, cultural diversity, and drug and alcohol prevention.
  4. Supplemental Student Learning and Engagement Activities including: community special education programs and services; community youth development programs; homework assistance and tutoring; summer learning and discovery programs; weekend and after-school community learning opportunities; and youth empowerment programs.

NSPE-GU Recognizes MATHCOUNTS State Competition Winners

Date: April 22, 2021

Congratulations to Guam's MATHCOUNTS State Competition student winners and their schools!

Justin J. Park (Science is Fun and Awesome Learning Academy Charter School), Zunaid B. Jafar (Harvest Christian Academy), Brian K.W. Hwang (St. John's School), and Dylan Chong (St. John's School) earned the top four spots during the competition held on March 26.

These mathletes will represent Guam during the virtual 2021 Raytheon MATHCOUNTS National Competition, May 8-10.

Countdown to the National Competition
There will be opportunities for NSPE members around the country to tune into some exciting events during the 2021 Raytheon Technologies MATHCOUNTS National Competition. This includes the Countdown Round, Math Video Challenge Finals, and Closing Ceremonies.

Learn more and register.

Professional Licensure Registration Renewals

Date: April 22, 2021

Annual professional licensure registration renewal forms and payments are due to the Guam Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, Architects, and Land Surveyors by April 30, 2021. Licenses not renewed by this date will be considered invalid.

Licensees can send the application for registration renewal with a check payment (made payable to "Treasurer of Guam") to the following address: The Guam Board of Registration for PEALS, ITC Building, 590 S. Marine Corps Drive, Suite 511,Tamuning, GU 96913.

Questions about licensure renewals can be sent to the board via email to or by calling the office at 671-646-3113/3138.

Back to Basics for Construction Growth

Date: April 22, 2021

In 2019, Carl Gutierrez was appointed chief adviser at the newly created Office of Economic Development, National and International Affairs by Governor Lou Leon Guerrero with a mandate to handle challenges to economic growth.

In a column in The Guam Daily Post, Gutierrez puts a spotlight on the goals of post-pandemic reset for infrastructure development, housing, and business expansion.

Read more.

Guam Initiatives Highlighted During Congressional Hearing on Climate Change Act

Date: April 22, 2021

Guam was represented before the US Congress as University of Guam Center for Island Sustainability and Sea Grant Director Austin Shelton provided testimony in support of the Insular Area Climate Change Act in a virtual hearing last month.

The Insular Area Climate Change Act aims to reduce climate crisis impacts by creating greater access to federal climate change–related programs and creating multiple grant programs through which insular areas could invest in renewable energy and sustainable infrastructure. The act would also raise the non-federal cost share, or match, waiver to $750,000 for territories, which would increase the ability of islands to leverage funding to implement climate action projects.

The Center for Island Sustainability, in partnership with the Office of the Governor of Guam, is leading the facilitation of the Guam Green Growth initiative, the island's most comprehensive public-private partnership to date toward achieving a sustainable future.

Shelton highlighted during this testimony how Guam is ready to implement the new climate change programs if the legislation is enacted, as it recently took the following steps toward achieving a sustainable future:

  • Mandated 100% renewable energy production by 2045
  • Established the Guam Green Growth initiative, a public-private partnership that aims to advance the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
  • Adopted the Guam Coral Reef Resilience Strategy
  • Formed the Guam Climate Change Resiliency Commission

Guam Awarded $4 Million for Capital Improvement Projects

Date: March 17, 2021

Guam has been awarded $4 million by the Department of Interior in fiscal year 2021 Capital Improvement Projects funding for the following projects:

  • $3 million for architectural and engineering design and site improvements for the proposed Guam Environmental Protection Agency building; and
  • $1 million for the continued support to the Guam Department of Education to address deferred maintenance in schools.

“COVID-19 has created unprecedented socioeconomic challenges that have threatened much of our advances. A key component in our economic recovery is protecting our environment and natural resources. The Guam Environmental Protection Agency plays a critical role in ensuring our development does not harm our island, and it is time we give them the tools they need to continue their mission,” said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero in a statement.

Business Assistance Act 2021 Signed Into Law

Date: March 17, 2021

Legislation that temporarily waives business license renewal fees that are due by September 30, 2022 was signed into law on March 5.

The Business Assistance Act of 2021 states that any fees that have been collected since October 1, 2020 will be credited to any fees owed by the license holder after the period waived by the act.

Vessel Operator and Engineers Sentenced for Apra Harbor Oil Waste Discharge Offenses

Date: March 17, 2021

A vessel operating company was sentenced on February 18 in Hagatna, Guam, for illegally discharging oil into Apra Harbor, Guam, and for maintaining false and incomplete records relating to the discharges of oily bilge water from the vessel Kota Harum.

Pacific International Lines Limited (PIL), Chief Engineer Maung Maung Soe, and Second Engineer Peng Luo Hai admitted that oily bilge water was illegally dumped from the Kota Harum directly into the ocean and into Apra Harbor without being properly processed through required pollution prevention equipment, according to a US Department of Justice press release. Oily bilge water typically contains oil contamination from the operation and cleaning of machinery on the vessel. The defendants also admitted that these illegal discharges were not recorded in the vessel’s oil record book as required by law.

PIL pleaded guilty to five felony violations of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships for failing to accurately maintain the Kota Harum’s oil record book, and one felony violation of the Clean Water Act for knowingly discharging oil into a water of the United States in a quantity that may be harmful. The judge sentenced PIL to pay a total criminal penalty of $3 million and serve a four-year term of probation, during which all vessels operated by the company and calling on US ports will be required to implement a robust Environmental Compliance Plan.

Soe and Hai previously pleaded guilty and were sentenced to two years of probation and one year of probation, respectively. Additionally, both Soe and Hai are prohibited from serving as engineers onboard any commercial vessels bound for the US during their respective terms of probation.

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GAO Report: FEMA Needs to Address Long-Term Disaster Recovery for Pacific Islands

Date: March 17, 2021

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, and Hawaii experienced an unprecedented number of natural disasters in 2018—including typhoons, earthquakes, mudslides, and volcanic eruptions.

Due to distance from the continental US, disaster response and recovery can be challenging. FEMA has worked to address these challenges, but the agency could improve disaster recovery in several areas, according to a recent Government Accountability Office report. This report examines how FEMA and its federal partners prepared for and responded to the 2018 disasters; and the extent to which FEMA assisted the CNMI, Guam, and Hawaii in recovering from the 2018 natural disasters.

As of October 2020, FEMA obligated $877 million—more than 70% of which was for individual and public assistance missions—following the 2018 disasters and made progress addressing some region-specific challenges. However, FEMA has not fully addressed housing assistance issues in the CNMI.

GAO also identified delays in FEMA’s obligation of public assistance program funds—used to repair or replace disaster-damaged public infrastructure such as utilities, roads, and schools. Specifically, on average, it took over a year for FEMA to approve funds for projects awarded after the 2018 disasters.

GAO is making four recommendations, including that FEMA 1) incorporate lessons learned into permanent housing construction guidance; and 2) use performance data to identify and address inefficiencies in the public assistance program. The Department of Homeland Security concurred, and FEMA is taking actions in response.

Get Ready for Engineers Week!

Date: February 17, 2021


Engineers Week is a time to celebrate the important work of engineers and engage the next generation of innovators. Even with social distancing, you can make a difference. Here are a few activities that will be of interest to NSPE-GU members.

Future of Engineering
Join NSPE leaders Tricia Hatley, P.E., F.NSPE and Rick Guerra, P.E., F.NSPE, as they discuss the future of engineering and how our changing world will impact the profession during a free webinar on Monday, February 22 (1 p.m.-2p.m. ET). Webinar participants can earn one professional development hour. The webinar will be recorded for later viewing.

2021 NSPE Federal Engineer of the Year Award Webcast
NSPE celebrates the 2021 federal agency winners, the Top 10 Finalists, and announces the 2021 NSPE Federal Engineer of the Year via pre-recorded webcast on Wednesday, February 24 at 12 p.m. ET on the NSPE website and YouTube channel.

Power Authority Manager Addresses Energy Security Concerns

Date: February 17, 2021

In a recent letter to the editor, Guam Power Authority General Manager John M. Benavente, P.E., responded to concerns about Guam’s energy security and the agency’s clean energy practices.

Benavente wrote the following in The Guam Daily Post:

We support the efforts of the Legislature to set green energy policies, however mandating the formula to achieve these goals must be left to the experts in the utility, Consolidated Commission on Utilities and the Public Utilities Commission. GPA will never support legislation that unjustly raises prices for ratepayers. For instance, if passed, Bill 219-35 would have cost ratepayers $10 million-plus in an annual subsidy and increased energy prices for nonsolar ratepayers. Nonsolar ratepayers are currently subsidizing the rooftop Net Metering Program by $3.5 million annually; Bill 219-35 would have increased that subsidy threefold.

Clean, green energy must be intelligently planned and implemented in a responsible, affordable manner. Renewable energy alone is not the panacea to the island’s environmental and economic concerns. Reckless mandates to implement costly renewable projects strip away energy security for the most vulnerable of our island’s population.

Read more.

Driverless Vehicle Tests Come to the Island

Date: February 17, 2021

A driverless vehicle concept was recently tested in Guam using remote technology 1,500 miles away in Japan. The demonstration of the new “SC-1” driverless concept cart (manufactured by the Sony Corporation) was conducted using DOCOMO Pacific’s 5G network and is part of the company’s 5G Open Lab Guam project.

According to a press release, the SC-1 incorporates AI and robotics technologies and results of the trial will be used to verify data transmission and operational performance required to remotely control the cart from a long distance via the extra-high speed, large capacity, low latency, and massive-device connectivity of the 5G network.

Watch a demonstration.

NCEES April 2021 Test Registration

Date: February 17, 2021

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying is accepting registrations for the pencil-and-paper April 2021 PE exams until March 4 (3 p.m. ET).

The exam administration will take place over two days—Thursday, April 22 and Friday, April 23. Registration for the computer-based FE and PE exams will remain open year-round.

According to NCEES, every effort will be made to accommodate all registered examinees in a manner that protects the health and safety of everyone involved. All sites for the April 2021 exam administration must operate in compliance with capacity and social distancing requirements. In most cases, this will reduce the number of examinees that can be accommodated at an exam site.

US Supreme Court Takes Guam Superfund Site Case

Date: January 27, 2021

The US and Guam will argue before the US Supreme Court over the responsibility of an $160 million environmental cleanup, according to a Courthouse News Service report.

In 1940, the US Navy created a toxic waste disposal site without any environmental safeguards. When Guam was left with the responsibility of cleanup, it sought those costs under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act.

In 2018, a district court concluded that Guam’s claim could proceed. Last year, the DC Circuit said, however, that Guam’s claim was prevented by a specific section within the CERCLA, which has specific time restraints for intermediaries to file their challenges. The court held then that section prevented Guam’s claims because of a decade-old consent decree, settling those claims under the Clean Water Act. Guam filed the lawsuit three years after that decree, so the claims were prevented.

Guam's Construction Sector Solid, but Faces Local Workforce Challenges

Date: January 27, 2021

Guam’s construction industry is stable in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic and will be “solid” for the next three years, needing more local and foreign skilled workers, Guam Contractors Association President James Martinez told the Rotary Club of Guam.

Shortly before his presentation, the Navy announced initial contract awards under a $990 million multiple award construction contract over the next five years as part of the development of the new base that will host Marines’ relocation from Okinawa to Guam, according to a Guam Daily Post report.

“At least for construction, the next three years would be quite promising and quite solid,” Martinez said, “And we hope that trickles down to the rest of the economy by providing additional jobs for local workers here, but also for small business companies and suppliers, to do more business with the military and get that sector going.”

Read more.

Guam Seeks Guidance on Sustainability Tracking

Date: January 27, 2021

Guam is looking at Hawaii for examples of how the island can track its sustainability goals, according to a Pacific Daily News article.

Hawaii has the Aloha+ Challenge Dashboard, an online open-data platform to track progress, provide accountability and ensure transparency on Hawaii’s sustainability goals. Guam’s G3 Working Group is partnering with Hawaii Green Growth to implement a similar dashboard for Guam to track progress on goals outlined in the G3 Action Framework

The platform provides data that shows Hawaii’s progress in meeting its sustainable goals, including solid waste reduction, local food production and clean energy transformation. The website shows if the state is on track with the goals or if things can be improved.

Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero and Lt. Gov. Josh Tenorio signed the G3 Action Framework last September. The plan—a 10-year strategy to develop tangible solutions to sustainability challenges—was developed by the G3 Working Group, comprised of 80 members representing government, academia, private sector and nonprofit partners. The group was established in September 2019 and is facilitated by the University of Guam Center for Island Sustainability.

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Defense Bill Would Allow Foreign Construction Workers in Guam

Date: December 16, 2020

Congress voted on an annual defense bill that includes a provision allowing Guam to admit skilled foreign workers for both military and civilian construction projects, a move that could help ease a labor shortage in the US territory.

The projects would include the construction of the US Marine Corps facilities at the newly activated Camp Blaz, including several designed by Hawaii architecture firms as part of a military initiative partially funded by the Japanese government. It’s one of the largest military construction endeavors in the Pacific region.

The provision, which would allow Guam to admit workers on H-2B visas is part of the $740 billion National Defense Authorization Act for 2021. H-2B visas allow foreign workers to take temporary jobs in the US and its territories.

Read more.

EPA Awards Guam Nearly $3.1 Million in Grants

Date: December 16, 2020

The US Environmental Protection Agency announced $3,080,680 in grants in 2020 to the Guam Environmental Protection Agency to strengthen its environmental protection program capacity, according to a Pacific Daily News report.

“We are pleased to support Guam EPA programs that are committed to achieving a better environment for Guam residents,” said John Busterud, the EPA regional administrator.
“EPA continues to work closely with Guam EPA staff to develop priorities and provide technical assistance to improve environmental protection,” Busterud said.

Guam EPA will use funding to support environmental inspections, monitor the safety of drinking water and beaches, clean up contaminated sites, inspect fuel storage tanks, protect coral reefs, and respond to environmental emergencies.

Read more.

Legislation on Septic Tank Systems Faces Opposition

Date: December 16, 2020

Legislation which tightens regulations on septic tank systems built over the Groundwater Protection Zone, continues to prove divisive. Government officials back the measure while realtors and property owners oppose what they say is legislation that will hurt future development, according to The Guam Daily Post.

The legislation (Bill 404-35) was introduced by Senator Regine Biscoe Lee and is one of four intended to protect the Northern Guam Lens Aquifer. The bill is intended to limit nitrate contamination in groundwater, which has been increasing in concentration, according to the Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific at the University of Guam.

Read more.

NSPE Career Center

Date: December 16, 2020

NSPE’s Job Board is your one-stop resource for professional engineering employment. Whether you are on the hunt for your next career move or looking for today’s top engineering leaders and talent, you will find it here.

NSPE provides the tools PEs need to keep current in the profession and advance their careers.

Featured Jobs
Chief Engineer, P.E.
Commonwealth Utilities Corporation
Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands

Supervisor, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations
Commonwealth Utilities Corporation
Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands

Find more job openings or reach the right employees on the NSPE Job Board.

Tropical Energy Code Legislation Introduced

Date: November 18, 2020

Senator Sabina Perez introduced legislation (Bill 413-35) to adopt the Guam Tropical Energy Code. The measure aims to reduce the overall cost of home ownership and limit Guam’s carbon footprint by establishing a minimum building energy standard, according to a news release. The bill is co-sponsored by Speaker Tina Rose Muña Barnes and Senator Joe S. San Agustin.

The Guam Tropical Energy Code (GTEC) is an updated set of building standards promoting energy conservation and was specifically developed by local experts for use in Guam’s tropical climate. Once enacted, it will set minimum standards for lighting, air conditioner unit ratings, and other construction methods and standards that impact energy use. Such standards will apply to new construction on Guam, as well as remodeling projects to existing structures that are significant enough to require a building permit.

Read more.

University of GU Secures $21.7 Million for Engineering Building Project

Date: November 18, 2020

The US Department of Agriculture approved a $21.7 million loan to the University of Guam Endowment Foundation, to expand and renovate the university’s student services center and build a school of engineering.

The university last year launched a new engineering program that for the first time will allow students to earn a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering without having to leave the island, according to a Pacific Daily News article.

Engineering students at UOG had been required to begin their studies on Guam then transfer after two years to an off-island university in order to complete their degree. Students who want to pursue other engineering disciplines still must leave the island to complete their degrees.

Read more.

Climate Change to Disrupt Life, Says New Report

Date: November 18, 2020

“Hotter weather, risks to freshwater supplies, coral reef death, and stronger typhoons” are among the major challenges detailed in the new report, Climate Change in Guam: Indicators and Considerations for Key Sectors.

The report was released by the Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment, a consortium of several government and nongovernment organizations and research entities, which in part, compiles findings from previous studies that typhoons will be stronger, there will be hotter days, extreme rainfall will bring more flash floods, more corals will be at risk of dying and droughts will bring more wildfires and put pressure on the drinking water supply. [It] suggests areas in which planners, engineers and policymakers, among others, will have to take into account.

Read more.

GU Legislature Approves Bills for Sustainable Infrastructure, Emergency Procurement

Date: October 28, 2020

The Guam Legislature recently passed legislation that addresses resilient and sustainable infrastructure and emergency procurement guidelines. The following bills highlighted in the Pacific Daily News may be of interest to NSPE-GU members and the engineering community.

2050 Sustainability Plan
If signed into law, this legislation (Bill 167) will direct the Guam Bureau of Statistics and Plans to draft a new Guam 2050 Sustainability Plan. It will provide guidance across the government for the sustainable social, economic, infrastructure and physical development of Guam over the next 30 years. It would replace the Guam Comprehensive Development Plan, which was created in 1979.

Emergency Procurement Laws
This legislation (Bill 90) addresses strengthening emergency procurement provisions and transparency as at relates to obtaining supplies, services, and conducting construction work when there is a threat to public safety, health, and welfare and to the environment.

Registered Apprenticeship Program
This legislation (Bill 287) seeks to expand the Guam Registered Apprenticeship Program to include pre-apprenticeships and authorize tax credits for those participating in the program, particularly to strengthen the construction and technical workforce.

Read more.

Guam Featured in Data Collection for NOAA's Largest Coastal Mapping Project

Date: October 28, 2020

A project completed the collection of topographic and bathymetric lidar and digital imagery for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) largest coastal mapping project. These efforts include updating information for 12,000 square miles along the Eastern Seaboard, Pacific, and Gulf Coast that have not been surveyed for hundreds of years, according to a news release in Directions Magazine.

NOAA will use the data to support additional mapping, nautical charting, geodesy services, marine debris surveys and marine resource management assessments. The data also will be available to other federal, state and local agencies, as well as the public and commercial entities, and can provide valuable insights into sediment transport, emergency management forecasting, the impact of flooding and storm surge, transportation projects, and updating systems for recreational and commercial fishing.

Work for this contract stemmed from a supplemental appropriation from Congress for accurate and consistent measurement of the national shoreline following three storms in 2018–Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael and Typhoon Yutu–as part of NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey Remote Sensing Division’s Coastal Mapping program.

Data is currently being delivered for 11 project areas in Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, southern Virginia, North Carolina, northern South Carolina, Florida, and southeast Alabama. The full data set is expected to be available for public use by summer 2021.

Read more.

Are You the Next Federal Engineer of the Year?

Date: October 28, 2020

Honoring the commitment of federal engineers to innovation and service is the hallmark of the Federal Engineer of the Year Award. Nominations for the award, which attracts participation from more than a dozen federal agencies, are open until October 31.

The FEYA ceremony is scheduled for February 18, 2021, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Tickets will be available for sale in January and sponsorship opportunities are available.

Apply or nominate a worthy engineer today.

We Want to Hear from You!

Date: October 28, 2020

Do you know of engineering news in Guam that would be great for this newsletter? Maybe it’s a project you or your firm is working on, or perhaps you read some interesting engineering news in your local newspaper. Or maybe you know of a fellow PE or student who deserves a little recognition. If so, we want to hear from you. Email your ideas to

NSPE 2018–19 President Visits Guam Society

Michael Aitken, P.E., F.NSPE, recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers.

Michael Aitken, P.E., F.NSPE,  recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers

Michael Aitken, P.E., F.NSPE,  recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers

Holiday Mixer: December 14, 2018, Hyatt Regency

Celebrate the holidays with food, games, and prizes. To participate in the gift exchange, please bring "recycled gift."


GSPE sends letter to PEALS Board regarding the recent Opinion issues by the Attorney General of Guam regarding enforcement of code of ethics

Linked below is the letter sent to the PEALS Board a few weeks ago regarding the recent Opinion issues by the Attorney General of Guam regarding enforcement of our code of ethics. Also linked below are the AG’s Letter and NSPE’s Bulletin on QBS for your information.

Letter from AG

Letter from GSPE to AG

QBS April 2018

9th Annual "Tee 2 Green" Golf Fundraiser to be held October 27th, 2018

The Guam Society of Professional Engineers (GSPE) is hosting its 9th Annual "Tee 2 Green" golf fundraiser to be held on Saturday, October 27th, 2018 at the Onward Talofofo Golf Club. The format is Two-Person Select Shot (Scramble). Registration and assignments will open at 11:00AM, with a shotgun start at 12:30PM followed by a banquet with awards and raffle prizes.

MATHCOUNTS is a national enrichment club and competition program that promotes middle school mathematics achievement through grassroots involvement in every U.S. state territory. The MATHCOUNTS Guam Chapter team will be traveling to Orlando, Florida to compete in the national competition, which this 9th "Tee 2 Green" golf tournament will provide a significant portion of the funds needed to finance the Guam team's participation at the prestigious national level. Previous fundraising efforts for the MATHCOUNTS Guam Chapter were based monetary donations. The "Tee 2 Green" tournament is an effort to raise awareness and active participation among the GSPE stakeholders in support of the MATHCOUNTS Guam Chapter.

Download the registration form for more information on how to participate.

NSPE 2017–18 President Visits Guam Society

Tom Roberts, P.E., F.NSPE, recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers.

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We have strong partners in Guam. Excellent leaders who believe in the licensed PE and @NSPE core values.

Big turnout and great discussion. Special thank you to Pres. Tom Camacho, Gabe, Tor, Jeff, Mike, Betty, long time EJCDC member Bill Berry and all present for the hospitality!

Tom Roberts, P.E., F.NSPE, recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers

Tom Roberts, P.E., F.NSPE, recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers

Tom Roberts, P.E., F.NSPE, recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers

Tom Roberts, P.E., F.NSPE, recently visited the Guam Society of Professional Engineers