Federal agencies on Guam find new home in Tamuning
Officials cut the ribbon at the new FBI and ICE office on Guam.
The FBI and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have a new home on the island of Guam to start off the new year.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on December 11th to mark the completion of the 30,000-square-foot new construction lease project in Tamuning.
The building consolidates the agencies from three different office locations on the island to one place to better achieve their mission critical requirements and also meet new GSA Lease requirements for Fire/Life Safety, Energy Star, Seismic, etc.
GSA managed this project from San Diego, more than 8,000 miles away, and worked closely with the future tenants of the building to ensure their needs were met.
This modern two-story building was constructed with pre-cast concrete, incorporates maximum typhoon protection without the need for typhoon shutters, and still meets the strict security standards of both ICE and FBI.
“Our team did a great job working with our customers to deliver a unique facility which delivers the modern requirements of the tenant agencies,” said Ruth Cox, GSA's Pacific Rim Regional Administrator. “This building will truly be an iconic landmark on the island of Guam.”