Subcontractors Contribute More Than Their Expertise

As the Alfond Center for Health nears completion, the men and women bringing the facility to life express their gratitude, not only for enhanced access to care their families will use, but also for providing a lifeline in the wake of an injured economy. Read more about why this project matters to them.

“For many years, Windham Millwork has highly valued our relationship with MaineGeneral. There is a pride and passion throughout our company—from the shop floor to the installation crew—knowing that this monumental project is in our home state with a fabulous construction team. We’re honored to be a part of it.”

Bruce Pulkkinen
CEO, Windham Millwork

“We've proudly brought our craftsmanship to the table to build the best for our family, employees and friends. We'll welcome sons and daughters at this new hospital; our parents will seek increased care here as they navigate the curveballs of aging. We will seek care here as life demands it. This is our hospital and we're happy to be a part of caring for our communities and making our capital city even greater.”

Tobias Parkhurst
COO, Oakes & Parkhurst Glass

“This project was a life-saver; it carried Maine Masonry through a tough economic time by putting up to 50 of our crew to work starting in March of 2012. It has been a pleasure for us to participate in the IPD process, to work on a project of this magnitude and to know we’re building for the future health of the area, our friends and families. In the end, this project will save many more lives and we’re honored to return the support with our gift to the capital campaign.”

Darren Clough
President/Owner, Maine Masonry, Co., Inc.

“MaineGeneral has consistently supported local design and construction talent throughout the planning and production of this project. It is our great pleasure to give back to MaineGeneral by supporting the capital campaign for the new facility. We are proud to be a part of a project which will positively impact the lives of the people of the Kennebec region for generations to come."

Ellen Belknap on behalf of the IPD Team
President, SMRT

MaineGeneral Health
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