We are quickly approaching the peak of our busy season, and boy have we been busy!! Our incredible staff, trucks and equipment have been working hard to provide quality, professional and exceptional service to our customers. Some exciting projects are under way and we are grateful to be a part of them all.
We have completed a few projects with the National Park Service. We are proud to know our work will be enjoyed by the many visitors to Acadia National Park.
We are currently transitioning into a new phase of work at The Jackson Lab facility in Ellsworth. We are extremely proud to be involved in this project that will bring recognition, jobs and revenue to our city. The folks at JAX assembled a great team of professionals to build this facility. Congratulations to everyone involved on the first phase and we look forward to continuing our successful relationship through the next phase!
One of our crews has been working at the Hancock County Jail to help make improvements to the Day Yard. It is always nice to be working in our home town, especially when it is just up the street! We also have a crew at the Woodlawn Museum. Locals know it as “The Black House”. Woodlawn is a historic site. The home of Col. John Black, and the grounds, are a very popular place for folks to visit. There are hiking/skiing trails, croquet lawn and the house to tour. We are there making improvements to the entrance and exit roadway to ensure their beauty and accessibility are there for many more generations to enjoy.
Another project we have going is in the beautiful town of Machias. We have a very dedicated staff of people here, some of whom have given up time at home with their families to travel “downeast” and make some much needed improvements to Machias’ sewer system. To the people in Machias affected by our work there, we send a big THANK YOU!! Thank you for your patience, understanding and regard for the safety of everyone involved.
We have been putting in septic systems, foundation holes and driveways all over the place! We have shored up some storm damage along the coastline and we have rebuilt a well-traveled stretch of road on Mount Desert Island. We have cleared lots for roads, houses and camps. We have torn down a few buildings to make way for newer, safer buildings. We have hauled trees, debris, hot top, heavy equipment and even a few boat molds with our trucks. It has been a great season so far! We are not afraid of hard work here at RF Jordan. We welcome it!!
Foundations & Slabs
Land Clearing & Land Thinning