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Projects

Arborio's Project Showcase

Use the links below to view some of our current projects.

Replacement of Bridge #00625, Haddam

Replacement of Bridge #00625, Haddam

Replacement of Bridge #00625 over Candlewood Hill Brook, Haddam

Rocky Hill Bridge Replacement

Rocky Hill Bridge Replacement

Replacement of Bridge #118-008 Old Main Street over Goff Brook

North Stonington Bridge #02781

North Stonington Bridge #02781

Replacement of Bridge #2781 Rte 184 over Shunock River, North Stonington, CT

MDC-Palisado Avenue

MDC-Palisado Avenue

Arborio Corporation was awarded the project which consisted of the construction of a new 16-inch ductile iron transmission main beneath the Palisado Avenue bridge, the construction of new 16-inch ductile iron water main from the bridge to 50 feet to the south and from the bridge to 65 feet to the north, and the construction of 30 feet of the 12-inch water main on the south side of the bridge, along with support equipment and accessories.

East Hartford CT Flood Control System

East Hartford CT Flood Control System

Flood Control System and Bulkhead Replacement

South Maple Street Bridge

South Maple Street Bridge

South Maple Street Bridge over Scantic River, Enfield

Enfield Project

Enfield Project

During the ground breaking ceremony, Governor Jodi Rell declared the Rehabilitation of Bridge 00445, US Rout 5 Over I-91 in Enfield, CT to be the “1st State of Connecticut DOT project Funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Arborio Corporation and the State of Connecticut together are “PUTTING AMERICA TO WORK!”

Brainard Road Bridge Replacement

Brainard Road Bridge Replacement

Arborio was awarded the contract to replace bridge #00814 Brainard Road by the State of CT Department of Transportation in 2008. The structure for the new bridge serves the purpose of increasing the clearance over Rte 15 southbound and expanding the radius to eliminate the existing sharp curve. Also widening of the shoulders to help the congestion. Once the new bridge is completed the traffic will be allocated to this new bridge and the existing bridge will then be taken down.

Agora Ballroom

Agora Ballroom

As stated in the Hartford Courant: The Agora, a cavernous former bowling alley in an industrial area near the Hartford line, was once the place to play in Connecticut for bands on the way up or down. The building — home to Columbia Music Hall, Finnochio's East, Hard Rock Cafe, Stage West, Agora Ballroom and The Forum — could hold about 5,000 people and often drew crowds that large. "I cut my teeth in that place with those amazing shows," said Hank Zukowski, a Hartford native who started in the late 1970s as a $5-an-hour bouncer and became co-owner of the Agora in the mid-1980s. "Santana, The Allman Brothers, Jerry Garcia, Little Feat, Tower of Power. We had groups on the way up and groups on the way down. We had boxing matches there. Stryper, a Christian heavy metal band, played. They threw tiny Bibles into the crowd." The building, constructed in 1963 and not used for nearly 20 years, was too decrepit to be renovated and was knocked down last week by Arborio Corporation and Charter Oak Utility Constructors Inc. who owned the building.

Main Street Bridge O/Pattaconk Brook, Chester

Main Street Bridge O/Pattaconk Brook, Chester

Bridge Replacement over existing brook

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