CNMI Youth Affairs Governor’s Summer Youth Employment Program—Office of the Governor’s Infrastructure and Recovery Program hosted four high school interns sponsored by the CNMI Youth Affairs Office. Heather Christopher, Hillary Christopher, Michilee Oani and Jovinia Moses were assigned duty stations in the four areas of IRP: Administrative, Engineering, Biology, and Archaeology. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS)
IRP lead biologist Randy Teal conducts Threatened and Endangered Species Survey for the CUC Afetnas Waterline Replacement Project site last Aug. 30, 2022.
Jay Camacho, the IRP Wildlife technician, recognizes the call of a local bird and writes down GPS coordinates during a Wildlife Survey for the CUC Afetnas Waterline replacement project.
Project liaison Deveney Dela Cruz attended a CNMI/DOD-hosted Technical Working Group discussion for proposed military activities in the Tinian Military Leased Area as part of the Commonwealth Joint Military Training which will undergo an Environmental Impact Study.
Northern Marianas Housing Corp.-Department of Public Works Apengagh and Ghillis Street Road and Drainage Improvement Project.
IRP inspectors monitored the installation phase of the project by project contractor, Yantze Corp.
IRP inspectors Keith Kintol and Joey Agulto monitored the placement of the wash aggregate by the contractor to ensure the project met with specifications and proper water flow.
NMHC-DPW Apengagh and Ghillis Street Road and Drainage Improvement Project. IRP inspection report photo of contractor, Yantze, continuing the wooden ply-formwork by constructing a piece that will be placed on top of the catch basin structure to meet the ground surface level.
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