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By Cianbro News on 6/28/2010 10:37 AM

The Stena Forth deep sea drilling vessel, which has been undergoing maintenance repairs off the Maine coast since June 17, is scheduled to depart the area today to continue its global mission of oil exploration. Late last week, Cianbro finished installing the last of three new propulsion units on the vessel, known as thrusters. Over the weekend, Stena crew members performed diagnostics on the new thrusters. The crew completed sea trials 15 miles offshore this morning. Stena Drilling has told Cianbro Project Manager Brian Rancourt that the trials went well, and that Stena is very satisfied with the work that Mainers were able to perform on the vessel.The project took 12 days to complete, from start to finish, and the Stena Forth departs Maine slightly ahead of schedule.

By Cianbro News on 6/28/2010 9:03 AM

When Penn National Gaming's new Hollywood Casino opens in Perryville, Maryland this fall, it'll be the state's first gaming facility. And if observers had bet on Cianbro's Construction Management team leading a top-notch collection of subcontractors to an early completion, they'd be positioned to win big. The team's accomplishments include speedy progress, zero injuries, and a very happy client. Project Manager Jon Dicentes leads a discussion of the remarkable gains at the job site.

By Cianbro News on 6/23/2010 12:33 PM

Cianbro team members are making progress as they work around the clock to replace three thrusters in need of maintenance aboard the drilling vessel, Stena Forth.

By Cianbro News on 6/22/2010 10:23 AM

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation has awarded a $50.3 million dollar contract to Cianbro to construct a new bridge spanning the Piscataqua River between Dover and Newington. Cianbro's Estimating Team says the new bridge will be 1,639 feet long with eight drilled shaft piers, cast in place columns, and caps. The bridge will also feature a steel girder superstructure and a cast-in-place deck.

By Cianbro News on 6/18/2010 1:11 PM

"I really enjoy going around the nation telling people about the great safety record of team members like you within our company. Thank you for making that possible." That's how Cianbro's VP of HR, Safety & Health, Alan Burton, summed up the latest safety accomplishment of Cianbro Fabrication and Coating Corporation. Burton, Cianbro Corporation President Andi Vigue, CFCC General Manager Jack Klimp, HR Director Mike Bennett, and Health and Environmental Hazards Manager Scott Knowlen were among the company leaders who attended a luncheon in honor of the CFCC teams in Pittsfield, Maine and Baltimore, Maryland. Pittsfield and Baltimore team members are celebrating 700,000 consecutive work hours without a lost time accident.

By Cianbro News on 6/18/2010 1:10 PM

"The project is going well, and we're on schedule." That's the assessment from Cianbro Senior Project Manager Pete McCormick, who is handling the important Amtrak Ivy City Substation and Transmission Line Project from Landover, Maryland to Amtrak's Ivy City Yard in Washington, D.C. Cianbro's duties include the setting of 66 steel transmission poles and pulling in conductor. The poles vary in height from 75 feet to 110 feet. Team members have been setting poles since mid-May and are now about half-way completed with that portion of the project. Pete says the team plans to start installing conductor in August.

By Cianbro News on 6/16/2010 12:58 PM

Team members across the company have been hearing bits and pieces of an effort by top Cianbro leaders who wish to pursue widespread VPP certification through a collaboration with OSHA. The VPP (Voluntary Protection Programs) initiative provides independent confirmation of the effectiveness of Cianbro's safety ideas.

By Cianbro News on 6/14/2010 3:21 PM

It began as a forum where Cianbro could discuss the company's award winning safety program, which has achieved a record of zero injuries throughout the first five months of a construction project at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. By the time the forum was over, Cianbro had also received the praise of the United States Navy in the form of a safety award.

By Cianbro News on 6/11/2010 10:17 AM

Cianbro crews are preparing for a job that will be visible to thousands of Mainers who look out to sea in the Rockland area. On or about June 17th, the 750 foot drilling vessel Stena Forth will appear on the horizon, approximately a mile and a half off the Rockland breakwater. For about one week, Cianbro team members will be working around the clock to remove and reinstall three of the giant drillship's six propulsion thrusters. Once the new thrusters are in place, the ship will perform sea trials in the vicinity of the Rockland anchorage before returning to the open ocean to continue its global mission of offshore drilling.

By Cianbro News on 6/9/2010 12:58 PM

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Connecticut recently announced the companies that have achieved safety recognition in 2010 under the Association's STEP Award program. Cianbro's Southern New England Team came away with a Platinum STEP Award, which is the program's highest level of achievement. To win an ABC STEP Award (Safety Training and Evaluation Process), a company must have an exemplary construction safety and health program that meets strict safety standards in 20 different categories. An ABC STEP Award reflects an organization's steadfast commitment to employee safety and health while advancing the construction industry's safe work practices.

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