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Engineers Without Borders To Help Design Trail Bridge

A group of UMaine engineering students known as Engineers Without Borders is working with the town of Farmington to design a new recreational bridge across the Sandy River, according to a story in the Lewiston Sun Journal. Engineers Without Borders was contacted by Farmington Town Manager Richard Davis as the town was seeking to reduce the costs for the bridge build. The project had been set aside several years ago after a Maine Department of Transportation report came back with a design costing about $2 million.

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