In the News

Birch Hill Road Bridge, York, ME

We were chosen by the Town of York to complete the first public roadway bridge in the United States made entirely of recycled plastic. We installed the foundation piles; constructed, installed and backfilled the abutments and constructed the superstructure and curbing system. Read more about this unique project here, and here, and here.

Below is a video of us driving piles for this project.


Nubble Lighthouse, York, ME

We completed the reconstruction of the boat ramp at Nubble Lighthouse in York. The previous structure was severely damaged during the Patriots Day storm of 2006. Due to funding considerations, the work had to be completed during the winter of 2008/2009. The new structure is 4′ wide by 140′ long and founded on 8″x8″ posts dug to ledge and fastened every 12′ with anchor rods epoxy fastened to ledge.

View the article about the project that appeared in the York Weekly: HERE