Maine Trails Magazine

Maine Trails magazine February – March 2021

By |2021-06-03T11:06:46-04:00April 14th, 2021|Home Page, Magazine, Member News|

In this issue RETHINKING DOWNTOWN Waterville looks to a ‘post-manufacturing’ future RISKS AND REWARDS Lebel & Harriman shook up Maine ’s financial services market 43 years ago By the numbers TRIP report documents costs of rough roads.    

Maine Trails magazine – December-January 2021

By |2021-02-17T12:07:51-05:00February 17th, 2021|Home Page, Magazine|

IN THIS ISSUE Up and coming. MBTA's newest scholarship recipients Breaking ground. HNTB celebrates an extraordinary client relationship ALSO Making the grade. Maine Section ASCE releases updated report card. By Ian Ward Unexpected detours. 70th Maine Transportation Conference goes virtual. By Kathryn Buxton Exit Ramp. And so it began. Opening a 24-mile stretch of new ...

Maine Trails magazine – October-November 2020

By |2021-01-12T14:25:44-05:00December 10th, 2020|Home Page, Magazine|

IN THIS ISSUE The $45 million bridge bundle, by Glenn Adams  Big Plans: The Shaw brothers build a legacy, by Kathryn Buxton ALSO ‘MacGyver’ mode: Maine and other states scramble to offset pandemic revenue losses Shiver me timbers. MBTA members raise $48,000 for scholarships and Infrastructure Fund at virtual cruise Strengthening infrastructure and partnerships: The Transportation Infrastructure Durability ...

Maine Trails magazine – August-September 2020 issue

By |2020-12-10T08:39:27-05:00October 1st, 2020|Home Page, Magazine|

IN THIS ISSUE Straight Shooter: Remembering Jim Sargent, By Glenn Adams Doing durable good. The Transportation Infrastructure Durability Center at UMaine, By Kathryn Buxton ALSO Maine better - MBTA members Orion Breen and Patrick Brady set out to interview the candidates in November's election,  By Ian Ward Getting younger: Hiring, engaging and retaining young professionals ...

Maine Trails magazine – June-July 2020

By |2020-12-10T08:55:20-05:00October 1st, 2020|Magazine|

IN THIS ISSUE What it means to be essential - Maine transportation during the pandemic, By Glenn Adams The Rowley Agency: Honesty, integrity and professionalism ALSO Question 2 passes: Voters approve $105 million bond Heavy load: Maine’s motorcoach industry hit hard by pandemic, By Kathryn Buxton New TRIP report targets needs in rural Maine

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