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By Cianbro News on 8/27/2009 10:20 AM

It's a goal that the company has been striving to attain for decades. At last, the achievement is in the books. This month, the Pittsfield Fab Shop, the Baltimore Fab Shop, and the Pittsfield Coating Facility all were able to say that they had gone at least one year without a recordable injury. Company leaders are singing the praises of the CFCC team, while modest team members are saying it's all in a day's work.

By Cianbro News on 8/27/2009 10:19 AM

The third shipment of Cianbro refinery expansion modules is unloading in Port Arthur, Texas. The barge-load of modules swung into place at the dock on Wednesday, August 26, after crews unloaded a shipment of pressure vessels from Mexico. Severe thunderstorms forced a delay in the dockside work in the afternoon, but crews were able to get the ramps set for the barge, Columbia Boston, as planned.

By Cianbro News on 8/25/2009 4:36 PM

An extensive period of heavy lifting is underway at the Brightman Street Bridge replacement project in Fall River and Somerset, Massachusetts. Among the latest impressive picks: The North Heel Girder of the South East Leaf. The Girder with the Trunion Hub assembly, Trunion Bearings and Pinion Rack weigh 350,000 pounds. The pick was made by utilizing two 4100S3 ring cranes, one mounted on Cianbro Flexi Floats and the other mounted on the Cianbro Respect Barge. The girder was lowered into the bearing housings, which were aligned to a precision of plus or minus two-thousandths of an inch.

By Cianbro News on 8/17/2009 12:59 PM

This past Wednesday, August 12, Cianbro’s Baltimore Fabrication Facility was audited and certified by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) to produce Major Steel Bridges. Additionally, the Baltimore operation received from AISC a Fracture Critical endorsement. Baltimore now has all certificates and endorsements available, a total of five, and is qualified to produce any building or bridge framed with structural steel.

By Cianbro News on 8/17/2009 12:58 PM

Cianbro has achieved PCI (Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute) Certification S2 status. The achievement is the result of the company having met the erection requirements and having completed a Field Quality Audit Report and an Erector's Post Audit Declaration for our Primary Erection Crew(s) during the Eastern Maine Medical Center parking garage project.

By Cianbro News on 8/12/2009 8:01 AM

The latest shipment of refinery expansion modules is scheduled to cast off from Cianbro's Eastern Manufacturing Facility bulkhead in Brewer, Maine this afternoon. the ocean-going tug, Emma Foss, with the module laden barge, Columbia Boston, will depart Brewer at approximately 1:30 p.m. The voyage to Motiva's refinery in Port Arthur, Texas is expected to take about two weeks.

By Cianbro News on 8/4/2009 10:33 AM

This week, Leica Geosystems, the developer of the High Definition Surveying (HDS) equipment used by Cianbro engineers, has recognized Cianbro's Site Geomatics HDS Program to be one of the top 30 HDS applications in the world. As a result, three of Cianbro's HDS engineers have been invited by Leica to present our company's HDS program at the annual HDS user conference in San Ramon, California at the end of October. "This is a great feat and opportunity for our program, and exposure for our corporation worldwide," says Seth Goucher, Chief Field Engineer at the Motiva Modules project at Cianbro's Eastern Manufacturing Facility in Brewer, Maine. "Several survey discipline magazines will be at the conference, as well as the top HDS users in the world. It is not uncommon to see several thousand people attend the conference. More than likely, our Cianbro team will be presenting to 300 or so top experts in this field."

By Cianbro News on 7/24/2009 10:02 AM

In April of 2008, Cianbro Corporation and Joint Venture partner, Middlesex Corporation, were awarded a contract to begin the task of replacing the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge (aka "Q Bridge") in New Haven, Connecticut. Cianbro team members, led by Senior Project Manager Chet Muckenhirn, have made substantial progress in this important job for the company. Chet talks about the project: past, present, and future.

By Cianbro News on 7/14/2009 3:36 PM

Cianbro Corporation is beginning a relatively small, but very visible project in downtown Bangor, Maine. The company is beginning the demolition of a crumbling parking garage on the site of the former City Hall building at the corner of Hammond and Columbia streets. The demolition is expected to take the remainder of July. Cianbro crews will then begin construction on a new parking garage, a 22,000 square foot, 83 space facility. Infrastructure work will be the focus of team members through August.

By Cianbro News on 7/9/2009 1:07 PM

The ocean going tug, Emma Foss, and her empty barge, the Columbia Boston, are back in Brewer, Maine after an eleven day voyage from Texas. The vessels are back in Maine after delivering the second shipment of Cianbro-built refinery expansion modules to the seven billion dollar Motiva refinery upgrade in Port Arthur, Texas. Cianbro crews in Brewer are putting the final touches on five modules that will be loaded aboard the barge for voyage number three.

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