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Hernan Bonsembiante earned his Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Buenos Aires University in Argentina. He has diverse international experience in engineering and construction and has been involved in construction in Guam for over 15 years. 

Hernan has worked on some of the largest construction projects in the Pacific, such as the $5 Billion Nickel processing plant in New Caledonia. He was the Facilities Engineering Manager and Chief Engineer for U.S. Naval Base Guam as part of the BOS (Base and Operation Support) contract for U.S. Naval installations in both the Bahamas and Guam. Hernan has also managed all civil construction projects for a Guam-based heavy civil contractor, which included the dredging of a portion of Apra harbor.


Vice President & Principal Engineer

Gregory Cantelo began his engineering and construction background in high school where he started his career as an apprentice electrician, progressing to obtain his Journeyman Electrician's license and finally his Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Florida State University.

Greg has gained experience and in-depth knowledge of multiple engineering disciplines and construction practices. As Bureau Chief for the South Florida Water Management District, his main career focus has been on providing solutions to a wide array of engineering and construction problems. He assembled and managed multi-discipline teams and technical groups to perform detailed design, construction administration, survey, and infrastructure assessments and develop large-scale capital improvement programs.

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