Construction

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DiCenzo Construction does small road construction, box culvert/multiplate replacement, site work, demolition, utility construction including water and sewer, excavation, parking lots and other projects in and around Washington County. Our past projects include the MDOT Calais Border Crossing Improvements, MDOT Perry and Robbinston Projects, United States Postal Service Eastport Parking Lot Expansion, City of Calais Filter Plant Access Road and Town of Pembroke Boat Launch Reconstruction.

Highway/Heavy Construction

Thomas DiCenzo Paving Division is fully certified by the Maine Department of Transportation in Super Pave Mix. We have our own quality control/quality assurance laboratory as well as a portable laboratory to have on site to maintain the highest quality asphalt mix possible.

Some of our past projects include several Maine DOT SuperPave contracts, mainly in the Route 9 corridor between Calais and Bangor as well as Maine DOT Highway Maintenance Mulch contracts. Also we have had many county and town paving contracts in Washington, Hancock and Penobscot counties doing shim and overlay.

DiCenzo Paving also paves parking lots and driveways and other residential needs.

Mechanical/Industrial Construction

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At Thomas DiCenzo Inc. we don't just focus on road construction. We are a major mechanical construction contractor. Specializing in steel framed buildings, concrete structures, and many installations in paper mills and power plants such a boilers, paper machines and other industrial installations. Other facilities include water treatment plants and water/sewer system upgrades and installations and landfill closures and expansions.

Some of our past projects include:
  • Boiler House Project at Georgia Pacific's (now Domtar)Baileyville Plant
  • Old Railroad Bridge Replacement in Calais
  • Expansion Project at Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor
  • 21 Acre Landfill Expansion and 18 Acre Closure for Georgia Pacific's Baileyville Operations
  • Sewer Treatment Plants in Calais and Lubec