Washburn & Doughty New Fabrication Bldg

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

On Monday, November 17, 2008, Sheridan Construction of Fairfield, Maine began erecting steel for Washburn & Doughty’s new fabrication building.

The building will measure 225’ x 155’ and is designed with two construction bays, each equipped with two twenty-ton cranes. A central, two level mezzanine will contain shop space and offices for production support. This 42,000 sq. ft. facility is designed for vessels up to 200’ long by 50’ wide.

Completion of the East Bay is scheduled for the end of December 2008.

(Source: Washburn & Doughty Marketing)

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