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By Cianbro News on 5/28/2010 7:14 AM

There was no shortage of VIPs on Cianbro's jobsites during Wednesday, May 26th. In Massachusetts, on the Brightman Street Bridge Project linking Fall River and Somerset, Governor Deval Patrick paid a visit during a tour focusing on jobs in South Eastern Massachusetts. Cianbro Project Manager Kaven Philbrook assisted Massachusetts DOT District 5 Engineer Kevin Cassidy in showing the Governor the massive jobsite at Brightman. Cianbro Regional Vice President Linc Denison was also on hand for the visit.

By Cianbro News on 5/21/2010 12:50 PM

Cianbro Chairman and CEO Peter Vigue is pleased to announce a stellar new addition to the Cianbro Board of Directors. Former combat pilot and space shuttle commander Frederick (Rick) Hauck was appointed by a vote of the Board earlier this week. "Rick is a gentleman with tremendous experience, beginning with the Navy and then as an astronaut, and has significant relationships both nationally and globally," says Vigue. "He also has extensive business experience."

By Cianbro News on 5/21/2010 8:36 AM

When the public thinks of Cianbro, massive heavy construction jobs come to mind. But the company also prides itself on diversity, and that's where Cianbro Marine fits in. Smaller, specialized projects in the maritime industry are what Cianbro Marine is all about. And a prime example is the high profile work that team members completed on a New Hampshire icon, the 122 year old tourist vessel the Mount Washington, on Lake Winnipesaukee, from January to April of this year. Cianbro Marine helped to install new engines in the old ship in time for the busy summer season.

By Cianbro News on 5/18/2010 1:16 PM

"This isn't about an arena. This is about the region." That's how Cianbro Chairman and CEO Peter Vigue views the development of a replacement for the aging Bangor Auditorium in Bangor, Maine, a project for which Cianbro has been chosen as the construction manager at-risk by the Finance Committee of the City Council. The full Council is expected to give final approval to Cianbro's nomination next week.

By Cianbro News on 5/13/2010 10:03 AM

"The job will put about 50 team members to work for roughly two years," says MAR Estimating Manager Jerry Humphrey. Once the renovations are completed, the entire length of the historic C&O Canal will be accessible to the nation's citizens.

By Cianbro News on 5/6/2010 3:03 PM

The annual snapshot of the attitudes and beliefs of business decision-makers across Maine, the Minding Maine's Business survey conducted by Critical Insights, has some good news for Cianbro this year. For the first time, Cianbro has inched ahead of L.L. Bean as the Most Admired Maine Company, according to the 2010 survey's 400 respondents. The group of respondents is made up of chief decision-makers within private sector businesses in Maine, including owners, presidents, CEOs, directors and managers. The responses were collected in March by Critical Insights, the largest independent market research firm in Northern New England and a respected analyst of public trends in Maine for nearly 20 years.

By Cianbro News on 4/23/2010 7:35 AM

Since the earliest days of the company, when the Cianchette brothers returned home from the military to start a construction firm, Cianbro has treated its armed services members with respect and support. That tradition of reinforcing the military mission has won recognition for the company over the years from such organizations as The National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. That group bestowed the title "Patriotic Employer" upon Cianbro in recent years for supporting employee participation in the armed forces. Now, as another Cianbro team member is deployed to the warzone in Afghanistan, the company is showing support once again.

By Cianbro News on 4/20/2010 3:08 PM

Cianbro's rehabilitation of the machinery and electrical systems of Baltimore's Pennington Avenue Bridge is moving forward steadily toward a July completion. The team is now working on the south span of the dual bridge, matching the work they did last year on the north span. Part of Cianbro's work is to upgrade the electrical equipment in the bascule bridge's control tower, where two of Baltimore's bridge operators offer their perspective on Cianbro's progress.

By Cianbro News on 4/14/2010 7:14 AM

It's been a long time arriving, but the stage is now set for the construction of a sturdy new pier adjacent to the headquarters of the Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland, Maine. A mutually beneficial agreement between Uncle Sam and the Institute means that the U.S. Coast Guard will transfer their valuable waterfront property to GMRI in exchange for the Institute's pledge to provide a new pier for the CG's cutters. The Institute will also have the right to develop new research space at the site. Cianbro won the bid to construct the pier, and company representatives were on hand at the sunny groundbreaking ceremony.

By Cianbro News on 4/12/2010 7:42 AM

Cianbro crews are only three months away from completing work on the oyster cultivation pier at the Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge, Maryland. It was a long, cold winter for team members working on the windy banks of the Choptank River. But with perseverance and a can-do spirit, Cianbro's team is transforming the vision of a state-of-the-art research facility into pure reality. Senior Project Engineer Mike Aretz joins Regional VP Mike Hart in this assessment of progress at the Oyster Pier Project.

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