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Posts Tagged ‘Maine’

Portland, ME: Veterans Memorial Bridge Construction

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

Reed & Reed, Inc. replaces one of Maine’s busiest bridges, The Veteran’s Memorial Bridge, over the Fore River between the Cities of Portland and South Portland. This bridge is a precast segmental bridge that is 1,610 ft long and supported by six piers in the river spaced at 250 feet, with shorter approach spans on […]

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Railway Infrastructure in Northern Maine

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

J.D. Irving, Limited railway crews and machines improve a critical transportation link in northern Maine. The Aroostook line improvements, scheduled to be complete by late 2012, will enhance the cost-effective transport of goods to and from the state to national and global markets. – jdirvingcompany on YouTube

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Climbing Inside a Wind Turbine

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Find out what the inside of a wind turbine looks like and how it works as Liz from First Wind embarks on the 6 minute climb inside the tower to the top.
-WindforMaine on YouTube

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Photo Collection: Connected by Rail

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011
South Paw Running

Our states are connected by more than just highways.

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