The Project Blog

The View from Above; Bringing July to a Close

Lots of construction activity downtown as we build the northern and southern arms of the new drainage system and prepare to bore the first of three underground tunnels, this one 175 feet out to Otter Creek.

But first, I thoug...

If Not Ben Franklin, What?

Like me, you may have viewed the Going Out of Business signs that went up in the windows at Ben Franklin earlier this summer with a mixture of “not surprised” and “what a shame.”  Ben Franklin has been a Middlebury institution since 1943.

And t...

Blasting in Printer’s Alley Comes to an End

Late Thursday afternoon Maine Drilling & Blasting conducted its 15th and final blast in Printer’s Alley.

Our 40-foot-diameter launch pit now stands 38 feet deep and ready for the next phase in the construction of our new downto...

A Festival Week

It’s rare to see kids downtown during the day.  It’s mostly just us adults going about our daily business. 

This week was a welcome exception, as hundreds of kids and their parents attended the 40th Annual Festival on the Green noontime children’s co...

What Heat?

Despite the week’s rather warm weather, Kubricky and its construction partners made solid progress at all three construction sites downtown.  Let’s review where we are.

As planned, Maine D&B completed the latest round of blasting in Printer’s Alley on Monday....

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