Sargent Corporation would like to extend it’s gratitude to Subcontractors, Suppliers, Hired Equipment Drivers, Vendors, and especially our Sargent Team for all they have done to make the 2018 season a success.
The Town of Princeton, located in a rural area close to the Canadian Border, now has a new and improved runway, thanks to a $4.7 million federally funded project that was completed last November by Sargent Corporation.
Over the weekend of November 11th, 2017, Sargent Corporation employees worked day and night installing new storm drainage on Forest Ave in Portland – one of Maine’s busiest streets. Our team worked hard and had a successful outcome despite having to redirect traffic, work through unexpected waterline conflicts and deal with the bitter cold temperatures!
Sargent Crews are wrapping up another project! Crews have been placing a sediment cap along the Bangor Waterfront. This project entailed placing 8,500 tons of aggregates!
One of Sargent Corporation’s excavator operators, Mark Lebreton, was able to help Erik Bendl (otherwise known as World Guy) out by giving his globe a lift! Erik has walked over six thousand miles in 48 states for the cause of diabetes awareness and recently walked passed Sargent Corporation’s Bar Harbor project on Rte 3. Erik’s […]
There’s a new exit on Interstate 95 at mile 125. Sargent crews completed this $5.3 million dollar half cloverleaf interchange in Waterville near the Sidney town line. A grand opening was held on July 14th. By allowing a new point of access to the city of Waterville and surrounding communities, this interchange should help foster […]
Last year approximately 300 turtles were captured and removed from Capisic Pond and relocated so that the pond could be dredged. They are now being trapped and returned to their original home. Read Story Here View Project Information
Sargent crews have completed 3 Airport Projects. The first project was the Greenville Airport 14-32 Parallel Taxiway, where crews constructed a 4,700 foot taxiway parallel to the main runway. The second project was the Knox County Regional Airport Runway 13-31 Extension, where crews constructed a 400 foot runway extension and 850 linear feet of new […]
BAR HARBOR – Work on the reconstruction of a 4.8-mile section of Route 3 between Pirate’s Cove miniature golf course and downtown is scheduled to begin Jan. 9, Maine Department of Transportation (DOT) officials told residents at an open house meeting this week. The contract for the $17.9 million, two-and-a-half-year job was awarded to Sargent […]
Sargent Corporation crews repaired six arch bridges in Acadia National Park in a project for the National Park Service that began in the fall of 2014 and was completed in the summer of 2015. Sargent was a subcontractor to the general contractor, E. L. Shea of Ellsworth. The bridges were arch bridges with stonework that […]
On Track Magazine, Winter 2016 Sargent Corporation has completed phase 1 of a plan by the Maine Turnpike Authority (MTA) to reconfigure Exit 63 (Gray-New Gloucester) and eliminate the southbound on- and off-ramp bridge and the maintenance associated with it. The $1.2 million project included construction of a new Park and Ride facility on Route […]
Sargent Corporation is about halfway through a project to construct a 9-acre cell at Casella Waste Management’s North Country Environmental Services landfill in Bethleham, NH. The project, called NCES Landfill Stage V, was split into two pieces. Phase 1, a little under five acres, was completed in 2015. Phase 2, about four acres, will be […]
Sargent Crews Complete Rebuilds of 8 Streets in Lebanon, NH, Along With Installation of New Storm Drain, Sewer, and Water LinesDecember 18, 2014
On Track Magazine, Winter 2016 Sargent Corporation has substantially completed a $4.3 million project to rebuild all or parts of eight streets and install new storm drain, sewer, and water lines in a residential neighborhood in West Lebanon, NH. The project, called “Combined Sewer Separation Contract No. 10,” was part of a long-term plan by […]
From On Track Magazine Winter 2016 A Sargent Corporation crew led by superintendent Adam Tenan spent a month at Second Roach Pond last fall replacing a rock dam that had been built too high. The prior dam effectively raised the water level in Second Roach Pond and created unstable conditions in large rainfall events. The […]