The Associated General Contractors of Maine selected five projects as the best of 2019. The competitive application process requires submitters to meet criteria that are reviewed by independent judges.
“Maine has been fortunate to have some of the best skilled workers in the business and celebrating the innovate structures built with many hours and hard work is especially important as we work to recruit the next generation of builders. The Build Maine Awards highlights the top five projects, but we urge everyone to stop a few minutes and appreciate the built infrastructure that makes the day possible in our modern environment,” said AGC Maine’s Matt Marks.
- Landry/French of Scarborough was selected as the winner in the Building Division for their work o the Bill & Joan Alfond Commons for Colby College in Waterville.
- Shaw Brothers Construction of Gorham Was awarded the Urban Highway Category for the swift and safe completion of the complicated Woodfords Corner Roady and Safety Improvement in the City of Portland.
- Cianbro of Pittsfield won the Bridge Division for the unique and complex Sarah Mildred Long Bridge replacement in Kittery.
- PC Construction’s Portland team secured the top spot for Municipal Building as construction manager for the RSU 21 additions and renovations of three schools.
- Sargent Corporation of Stillwater earned top honors for Coastal Highway Division for the reconstruction of Route 27 Corridor in Boothbay.
The celebration dinner of winning projects took place that at the Augusta Civic Center where honorees recognized the teams working on the project, subcontractors designers and project owners. “Construction is a team environment, and when the competitive industry can take a minute and share the success of their peers in safety, innovation, and adversity it demonstrates everyone is proud of Maine’s skilled workers,” said Marks.