Randy Boyer, Project Manager and John Davee, President of Maine Coast Construction attended a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Central Maine Cold Storage facility Thursday October 9th in Bucksport Maine. CMCS CEO: Brian McCarthy was interviewed by Adrienne DiPiazza of Channel 5 NEWS about the facility. CMCS is a 150’ wide by 100’ long Super Insulated Varco Pruden pre-engineered steel building that houses a state of the art IQF (Individually Quick Freeze) plant that will freeze and individually package seafood to be shipped around the US and world. Currently 60-70% of all seafood harvested in our area is processed in Canadian facilities. These new jobs are welcome to the Bucksport area after receiving notice that the Verso paper mill will be shutting down. Governor Lepage who was in attendance at the ceremony said he was negotiating with a potential buyer for the Verso plant to possibly switch the operation to a tissue manufacturer from magazine paper where demand has dropped.
John Davee, President of Maine Coast Construction and Randy Boyer, Project Manager attended the open house for the new EBS steel building recently completed by Maine Coast Construction. The new space is a 105’ by 160’ lumber rack storage building completed in just eight weeks in Belfast, Maine. Thanks to all the vendors that attended the event.
Maine Coast Construction was honored in 2013 to be selected “Best of the Best” for building & renovating in the Courier Publications readers poll. From all of us at MCC we thank all our customers and associates. Whether it is in new Residential Construction or Renovations; Commercial/Industrial construction and Renovations or Handyman Services, our team will continue to work at providing the Best of the Best customer service and quality work at each and every level.
Ernie Farrar, Chad Ward, John Davee, just completed this Radon Mitigation job in Waterville at Keystone Apartments. Davee has over twenty years of Radon Mitigation experience with Maine Coast Construction. “We started this division because we wanted to guarantee radon levels were below Federal standards to our custom home owners.” Since then we have performed hundreds of mitigations throughout the Mid Coast Maine area. Davee’s primary focus has been President of Maine Coast Construction which does a variety of types of building construction including residential, commercial, and handyman construction. In 2013 Maine Coast was the number one steel building contractor in the State of Maine and number three in New England according to Metal Building News. For more more information give us a call at 236-6000.
Purlins are part of a roof’s structure and are long pieces of wood or metal placed horizontally on top of the roof’s rafters and beams. According to dictionaryofconstruction.com, purlins, “support roof loads and transfer them to roof beams.”
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