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By Cianbro News on 8/30/2010 9:09 AM

It's a job that has been on the fast track from the start. And to keep things ON track, Cianbro team members at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute Pier Replacement Project in Portland, Maine have been using one innovation after another. Assistant Project Superintendent Pat Sughrue and Project Engineer Brayden Sheive talk about some of the techniques that have brought the new pier nearly to completion in a remarkably short amount of time.

By Cianbro News on 8/24/2010 2:55 PM

The goal is nothing less than preserving the famous oyster resources of the Chesapeake Bay. And now the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science has a state-of-the-art facility on the banks of the Choptank River to help get the job done. The sparkling new Cianbro-built oyster setting facility in Cambridge, Maryland will nurture larval oysters by the billions before the juvenile shellfish are taken by boat for seeding throughout the Chesapeake Bay region. Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and academic leaders from the University System of Maryland were among the speakers who joined Cianbro Regional Vice President Mike Hart for a dedication ceremony on August 15, 2010.

By Cianbro News on 8/17/2010 8:30 AM

The Big Slackwater section will be repaired by Cianbro Corporation between now and 2012, under the supervision of the National Park Service. On August 7, a groundbreaking ceremony commemorated the beginning of the project.

By Cianbro News on 8/16/2010 1:31 PM

Cianbro crews wrapped up construction on the Swans Island Ferry Terminal Project last week. During the course of the 13 month contract, team members demolished the entire existing timber structure of the original terminal and disposed of all creosote timbers. The team then installed 1,871 lineal feet of 16 inch diameter concrete-filled steel pipe pile that provided the foundation for six concrete dolphins for a total of about 580 cubic yards. Cianbro installed a steel fender system onto the dolphins, installed two timber wave fences and two timber berthing fences, installed five gangways along with miscellaneous metals (handrail, mooring line guards, ladders, etc.) The team also drilled, installed and tested 44 rock anchors.

By Cianbro News on 8/6/2010 7:35 AM

The multitudes of motorists who travel through New Haven, Connecticut, near the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge are seeing progress on a massive scale these days. Cianbro/Middlesex crews are moving ahead with very visible phases of the project, including the erection of bridge steel over busy New Haven streets. Project Engineer Marshall Goodchild discusses the recent progress as team members meet significant milestones on-schedule.

By Cianbro News on 8/4/2010 9:46 AM

The National Park Service will preside over a groundbreaking ceremony this Saturday, August 7th, to commemorate the beginning of a $17 million renovation project to replace a crumbling section of the Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Canal National Historic Park.

  
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