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 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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