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April 4, 2023

Associated General Contractors of Maine cites five projects for awards

Photo/ Joel Page/Courtesy Colby College Construction of the Paul J. Schupf Arts Center in Waterville was managed by Landry/French Construction.

Five Maine construction projects were selected for the “2023 Build Maine Awards” organized by Associated General Contractors of Maine: 

  • Bridge division: Pittsfield-based Cianbro Corp., for its innovative Veranda Street bridge replacement, on I-295 in Portland. 
  • Energy division: Bangor-based N.S. Giles Foundations, for Peaks Renewables. The Peaks Renewables plant, in Clinton, recycles manure from six local dairy plants into natural gas then sold by Summit Natural Gas. 
  • Building division: Scarborough-based Landry/French Construction, for the Paul J. Schupf Fine Arts Center in Waterville.
  • Building renovation division: Portland-based Consigli Construction, for its work on Building 12 for client Foreside Development Co.'s redevelopment of the old Portland Co. site. 
  • Highway division: Caribou-based Soderberg Construction Co., for its emergency replacement of a large culvert on U.S. Route 1, in Cyr Plantation in Aroostook County. 

“Celebrating our Build Maine Award winners is a highlight of the year for us at AGC Maine. It is inspirational to see the amazing work done across our state, and throughout the different divisions of work we support. Congratulations to this year's winners," said Kelly Flagg, executive director of AGC Maine.

The awards will be presented Wednesday, April 12, from 5-8:30 p.m., at Kora Temple in Lewiston. For more information, click here

Chartered in 1951, the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Maine is the state’s largest construction industry trade association. The Association maintains an office in Augusta and has 185-plus members statewide. Member companies include general contractors, sub-contractors, and service and supply providers. For more information visit

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