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    “I am just writing to let you know what a nice job the crews have done on the King Street, waste water project. They were very respectful and pleasant to have working on our street for the past month.” - Claudette P. Oxford, Maine

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The nearly ½ mile stretch of Hampshire Street from Turner Street to Gamage Avenue is being rebuilt by St. Laurent and Son this summer with completion planned for late fall. 

This is a full depth reconstruction with removal of old pavement and existing road base. St Laurent and Son’s crew will replace water service in select areas; add new drainage systems including culverts, underdrain pipe and storm drains. They will also add new gravel, HMA base and asphalt courses. 

Final touches include new granite curbing; replacement of sidewalks and driveways on both sides of streets; signing, striping and lighting. Landscaping improvements complete the project including a pedestrian improvement at the Union Street intersection.


St Laurent and Son recently won the bid to replace over 2,900 feet of cast iron water main pipe on Brault Street, Belleview Street and Blanchette Street between Central Avenue and East Avenue in Lewiston. 

The plan calls for thirty-eight services to be updated. St. Laurent and Son will install new 8” ductile iron main, some 6” water mains and two fire hydrants. They’ll truck in thousands of cubic yards of aggregate base/sub-base and tons of hot mix asphalt to complete the project. Work is currently underway with completion expected in July.

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