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PC PILOT REACHES FLIGHT MILESTONE

PC PILOT REACHES FLIGHT MILESTONE

November 29, 2011

Our Director of Flight Operations, Don Ingham, has had a major goal throughout his 41 years with the company – to fly into all of the lower 48 states on company-assigned missions. On November 22,…

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM IN INITIAL STAGES IN DC

November 22, 2011

One of my initiatives this year was to work with our project team in the District of Columbia and our Human Resources group to build a District-approved Apprenticeship Program for our projects in the Washington, DC area. Apprenticeship standards were developed for the Cement Mason, Form Builder, and Operating Engineer trades and all were approved by the District’s Apprenticeship Council. This month, our first apprentice joined the PC Construction team at our current project for DC Water.



MAKING WISHES POSSIBLE

MAKING WISHES POSSIBLE

November 17, 2011

A couple of months ago, I received a call from two old friends who do volunteer work with the Make-A Wish Foundation of Vermont. They asked for my assistance to install a large therapeutic whirlpool…

Brattleboro Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade

PROJECT UPDATE: BRATTLEBORO WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY UPGRADE

November 15, 2011

In September 2010, PC Construction was the low bidder on the Brattleboro Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade project located along the Connecticut River in Brattleboro, Vermont. The team received the Notice to Proceed on this $22 million project in December 2010 and construction began in April 2011. The main components of the project include a new headworks building, primary clarifiers, pump gallery, thermophilic digester tank, sanitary pump station, and plant water pump station. The project also includes modification work to the existing secondary clarifiers, dewatering building, digester complex, control building, chlorine building and contact channels, and selector building with a Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) system.


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SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY GO HAND-IN-HAND

November 8, 2011

PC Construction hosted the Green Mountain Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers at our corporate headquarters in South Burlington last week. Fifteen safety professional spanning various industries throughout Vermont gathered for their quarterly business meeting.


SWITZERLAND MBA STUDENTS TAKE IN VERMONT CONSTRUCTION

November 3, 2011

Sixteen MBA students from Switzerland’s University of Freiburg recently visited PC Construction for an afternoon of learning about our company and general business practices. The Freiburg MBA program has a student exchange agreement with The…