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PAGO PAGO, AMERICAN SAMOA-Fletcher Construction has been awarded a construction contract worth $7 million from FEMA to rebuild 33 houses destroyed by the tsunami and earthquake that hit American Samoa last year.

The New Zealand-based company is expected to finish the second phase of the project in nearly 10 months. FEMA had spent almost $4 million for the first phase of the project and was able to complete construction on eight houses and developed site preparations for 10 other properties. For the full story, go to San Diego Union-Tribune.

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