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According to the Company, its Chairman and CEO Jonathan Ayers, along with Maine Governor Paul LePage, Westbrook Mayor Colleen Hilton, U.S. Representatives Chellie Pingree and Mike Michaud, and other officials celebrated the completion of IDEXX’s $35 million expansion at its World Campus which will accommodate up to 300 employees. Further, IDEXX reported that it has added over 240 jobs since breaking ground two years ago and now employs over 2,100 people at its World Campus in Westbrook. The eco-friendly design of the new 107,700-square-foot three-story Synergy Center facility was granted with U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification due to its use of natural lighting, energy-efficient systems, green roofing materials with low-toxin, locally sourced and largely recycled materials.
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Mississippi’s Capitol getting specialized facelift » Mississippi Business JournalMississippi Business Journal

The Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) wants to insure that the restoration maintains the original design whenever possible and that the project conforms to the historic nature of the building. Newman has spent long hours researching the architectural and structural components of the Capitol and is working closely with MDAH to enlist the best resources from across the country. Brenda Davis, State Capitol curator, said the department has gone to great lengths to be sure all subcontractors were qualified to work on the project and that they specialize in historic preservation. The projects general contractor is Johnson Construction, founded in Mississippi in 1968. It supervised the recent restoration of the Old Capitol Museum building on State Street. Davis said three of the firms involved in the project are nationally known for their work on historic buildings. The Guilders Studio of Olney, Md., has completed work on the Washington Monument and the Georgia State Capitol Dome and will be re-gilding the eagle; Robinson Iron of Alexander City, Ala., has worked on large projects such as Grand Central Station in New York City and will oversee the metal restoration, including the cast bronze exterior light fixtures and door surrounds and the copper globe lights; Boston Valley Terra Cotta, an Orchard Park, N.Y., company in business since 1889 , is an industry leader in historic terra cotta fabrication. Mississippi-based Pearl River Stained Glass Studio will oversee the delicate repairs to the Capitols stained glass windows. The Capitol has been the home of the Legislature since 1903. It was built on the site of the old state penitentiary. Not only is the Capitol building designated a Mississippi landmark, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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He can use an iPad to activate electronic control systems. Other amenities include hallways wide enough to accommodate his wheelchair, and sinks, tables and counters at accessible height. The Vitales worked with an architect to design the home and had a say throughout the building process a choosing paint and floor, tile and countertop materials. aThey even asked us where we’d like some of the outlets,a Alexis Vitale said. David Domino, president of Liberty Roofing Center in New Kensington, said he did not hesitate when asked through his membership in the alumni club for The Citadel to donate building supplies. aWhen you see stuff like this, you feel compelled to get involved a at least I feel compelled to get involved,a said Domino, 49, a former Army officer and member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. aOnce a soldier, always a soldier, so you want to do what you can to help out.a Robert J.
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