Wednesday, 15 March 2017

CoreTech could appeal or move forward with $100M RFP to renovate SSHS

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The $100M RFP to renovate Simon Sanchez High school could move forward tomorrow. It all depends on the next move of CoreTech International. 

Guam - The $100 million dollar RFP to renovate Simon Sanchez high school could move forward or be delayed yet again. It all depends if top bidder CoreTech International will file an appeal before the deadline closes tomorrow.

Felix Benavente, the Deputy Director for the Department of Public Works stated last week that a new amended RFP is in the works provided CTI doesn't file an appeal tomorrow.

CoreTech International initially protested the multimillion RFP last month saying that it failed to follow Guam law or include pricing as an evaluation criteria.

 

 In response, DPW quashed the protest, but included pricing anyways in an effort to move forward. Although lawmakers such as Tom Ada and Michael San Nicolas have attempted to streamline the procurement process with their respective bills, CTI still has until tomorrow to file an appeal.

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