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Watch this: Graham achieves spill-free massive concrete pour for Canada Royal Milk plant

The project marks the company's largest pour in their 92-year history

The pour was the largest in Kingston, Ontario, history.
The pour was the largest in Kingston, Ontario, history.

The largest concrete pour in both Graham's history and the history of Kingston, Ontario, was a spill-free success that took place at the Canada Royal Milk project site. A whopping 4,289 cubic metres of concrete was poured over 9,400 square metres (100,000 square feet) within 20 hours.

The Canada Royal Milk project is valued at CDN$200 million and will be a 29,728 square-metre (320,000-square-foot) state-of-the-art infant formula facility and North America's first and only goat milk infant formula facility. It is scheduled for completion in late 2019.

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