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Longfellow Bridge Preview: Three Thousand Tons of Cianbro Steel

It's been one of the most important bridges in Boston since the span opened in 1906, connecting Beantown with Cambridge, Massachusetts. Now the famous bridge is in the process of a major renovation, and Cianbro Fabrication and Coating Corporation (CFCC) will spend much of the next three years providing steel for the project.  

"It's a huge bridge rehabilitation project", said CFCC vice president and general manager Jack Klimp. "It's the largest by far that we've ever done, and it would be the largest by far that was ever done at this facility in Georgetown.  This will be a signature structure…It's a really exceptional opportunity for us to demonstrate how much of this difficult work we can do, in a short amount of time, and how well we can do it."

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