Monthly Archives: July 2012

Word of the Week QUIZ

For the past several months we have been defining different building terms to help you learn the anatomy of your home. This week we want to test your knowledge of building and architecture! The quiz word for this week is … Continue reading

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Meet the Staff of Maine Coast Construction

Meet the Office Staff of Maine Coast Construction From Left to Right: Mark DeMichele, David Luckman, Randy Boyer, John Davee, Rachel Albury, Shawna Higgins, and Chris Ryan. Senior Vice President Mark DeMichele has been with Maine Coast Construction since he … Continue reading

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Maine Coast Construction on WABI

Maine Coast Construction’s president John Davee was recently interviewed on WABI about the newest building in Belfast’s Front Street Shipyard. Click the link below to see it! http://www.wabi.tv/news/31755/belfast-merchants-looking-for-increase-in-business-upon-project-completion

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Summer Word Find Winner

Congratulations to Jody Scott of Rockland for winning a $20 gift certificate to EBS in Maine Coast Construction’s Word Find Challenge! There will be three more drawings for Maine Coast Construction’s Volume I contest: September 30th, December 31st and March … Continue reading

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Builder Vocabulary: Screw Head Styles

Depending on the task at hand and the tools available, there are different styles of screws to choose from. First there is the slotted vs. the Phillips head. A slotted screw head is used with a flat-head screwdriver (a.k.a slotted-tipped, … Continue reading

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