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  • Willimantic Waste Paper Co., Inc.

    Location: Sprague, CT

    Trades: Sprague Truck Maintenance Facility: Adaptive reuse of former papermill.

    Approx. 100,000 square foot conversion of mill space into a maintenance garage, Dispatch office, and future tenant space.

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    Winsted Salt Shed

    Location: Winsted, CT

    Trades: Site work, concrete foundation, structural metal, masonry, rough carpentry, finish carpentry

    Mattern Construction has built several salt sheds over its 30 years. Working with the Town of Winsted, Mattern Construction aided in the planning and coordination of this design-build project.

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    West Willington Rest Area

    Location: Willington, CT

    Trades: Site work, paving, septic install, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, rough carpentry, finish carpentry

    Willington Rest Area is a heavily trafficked rest area and was in need of a full renovation to continue to serve route I-84. The entire building received all new fixtures, electrical, and aesthetic upgrades. The rest area will now continue to serve Connecticut for decades to come.

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    U.S. Coast Guard Academy Vestibule

    Location: New London, CT

    Trades: Site work, concrete, structural metals, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, roofing, electrical

    The United States Coast Guard Campus is a gem of Eastern Connecticut! Mattern Construction built a new vestibule at the Seamanship Sailing Center along with new windows. The addition is designed to withstand the high winds of the coastal campus as well as the airborne salt for years to come.

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    Stone Mill Bridge

    Location: Mansfield,CT

    Scope: Site work, concrete, metal, bituminous concrete

    Stone Mill Road Bridge was another bridge project that was performed by Mattern Construction. Using specially designed concrete forms, a more natural texture and look was given to the bridge. Built in 2016, this bridge will stand for decades to come.

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    Ponemah Mills – South Tower

    Location: Taftville, CT

    Trades: Rough carpentry, finish carpentry, roofing, millwork

    Built in 1866 as one of the largest mills in the United States, this 430,000sqft giant is taking on a new role as luxury apartments. Mattern Construction was excited to take part in this massive renovation as we renovated the North & South Bell Towers to their former glory.

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    Carriage House Mercedes

    Location: New London, CT

    Trades: Structural metal, site work, landscaping, paving, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, electrical, plumbing, mechanical

    Working alongside Mercedes-Benz, Mattern Construction gave this old building new life with a face lift. Maintaining the strict standards of Mercedes, this building is unrecognizable when compared to the previous building.

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    Jewett City Savings Bank – Dayville

    Location: Dayville, CT

    Trades: Site work, concrete, masonry, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, millwork

    Mattern Construction has formed many trusted and strong relationships with former customers. We take pride in our returning customers, Jewett City Savings Bank being just one return customer. We have built two buildings from the foundation up for the local bank.

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    Jewett City Savings Bank

    Location: Griswold, CT

    Trades: Site work, concrete, masonry, rough carpentry, finish carpentry

    At over 10 years old, this addition still shines as if it was built yesterday. Mattern Construction takes pride in its work and the projects we perform stand as a testament to the quality.

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    Ed Bill’s Pond Removal

    Location: Lyme, CT

    Trades: Site work, concrete demolition, landscaping

    Ed Bill’s Pond Removal goal was to restore the man-made pond to its previous natural state. Over half a mile long, Mattern worked to remove the existing dam, grade the site, reestablish native plants and provide habitats for aquatic life.

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