The Guam office of Belt Collins serves our clients in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands by providing a broad range of services, including landscape architecture, planning, civil engineering, and environmental consulting. Belt Collins began working in Guam in the mid-1960s with work for the U.S. Navy. This work was followed by projects for the Government of Guam, including the Guam Historic Preservation Plan, a comprehensive document which provides guidelines for the appropriate preservation and interpretation of historic sites in Guam.
In more recent years, Belt Collins has provided landscape design services for many projects in the region, including the Mangilao Golf Course, Pacific Islands Clubs in both Guam and Saipan, the Hilton Guam International Hotel and Hotel Okura in Tumon, Asan and Tamuning Elementary Schools, the San Vitores Boulevard Beautification, the War in the Pacific Asan Bay Overlook Park and the Guam International Airport. Belt Collins also completed the update to the Guam Historic Preservation Plan and Navy Family Housing landscape master plans in Apra Heights, Lockwood, Nimitz Hill, and Flag Circle. Belt Collins also provided engineering analysis and infrastructure improvements for the Navy's Apra Harbor Wastewater treatment Plant in Guam, and provided infrastructure plans (of source, supply, transmission and distribution) to document needed improvements to the water systems for the Islands of Saipan, Tinian and Rota in the Northern Marianas.
Belt Collins Guam is a registered Guam business.