Landry/French Construction was selected as Construction Manager for historic renovations to the Merrill Memorial Library in Yarmouth. The project is estimated at $1.7M
Joe Bumps has been hired at Landry/French Construction Co. as a Superintendent with more than 20 years of experience. Joe comes to Landry/French from Ledgewood Construction where he managed a 14-phase healthcare project, and a new Portland office tower that received a Build Maine award, among several other projects. Joe is currently assigned to the Casco Bay Ferry Terminal Renovation project in Portland.
July 2013 – Matthew Gagnon, LEED AP, has been hired at Landry/French Construction Co. as a Project Manager with more than 13 years of experience. Matthew comes to Landry/French from Lee Kennedy Co. out of Quincy, MA where he managed projects at MIT, Boston Conservatory and a 6-story Marriott Residence Inn to name a few. Matthew will be the Project Manager assigned to the $2.1M Casco Bay Ferry Terminal Renovation project in Portland
June 2013: Landry/French was selected to construct the $2.1M renovation/expansion project at the Casco Bay Ferry Terminal. See Portland Press Herald article link below this rendering.
April 2013- Landry/French has added a Field Engineer to our team:
Dan Downey, Jr. – Field Engineer. Dan assists our project managers and superintendents with the daily tasks of a project including RFIs, submittals, and documentation of construction progress. Dan is a recent graduate of UMaine Orono with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. His classes included courses in construction management, scheduling and planning.
February 2013 – Local Construction Firm Pursues Senior Living Market – Written by Peggy Anderson of Compass Writing Solutions. See full article here.
Landry/French typically discourages wearing jeans in the workplace, but we do make an exception with our “Jeans Friday” program. If an employee wishes to wear jeans on Friday, they pay a fee of $5.00 each week which goes into a savings account. We are pleased to announce that the funds raised in 2012 were in excess of $1000. We have donated 100% of the money to Project G.R.A.C.E. based out of Scarborough, Maine. If you are interested in more details about this organization, or care to donate, check this link below.