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  • Fenton lays groundwork for environmentally friendly buses
    Fenton did its part to support clean fuel at the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority headquarters last August, as we installed a 9,000-gallon liquid hydrogen tank for use in buses.
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  • 45,000-lb. flood gate no match for Fenton cranes
    It was a massive operation: A 24-foot-tall, 16-foot-wide flood gate. A crane with a 200-foot arm. A miniscule margin of error. All to protect 70,000 homes and 6,000 businesses.
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  • MLK Jr. monument finds temporary home with Fenton
    In May, 2016, Fenton was called upon to take on a new role: caretaker. As part of our work on the new interchange to I-71 at the corner of Reading Road and Martin Luther King Drive in Cincinnati, a monument to Dr. King had to be removed.
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  • Fenton Rigging Faces Down a 1,700-lb. Lion
    Fenton Rigging was proud to partner once again with the Cincinnati Art Museum conservation and installation departments. This time, we were entrusted with moving the Lion Funerary Monument—a 1,700-lb. statue created around 350 BC—to its new position in the renovated Antiquities Gallery.
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  • Safe Contractor of the Month!
    Fenton is the first recipient to be awarded Safe Contractor of the Month for the Cincinnati Streetcar Project.
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  • Fenton Congratulates Richard Kohls
    Everyone at Fenton congratulates Richard Kohls for his 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award given by The Spirit of Construction Foundation. Recently retired from Fenton, Dick had served as Controller then Vice President-Finance for the past 30 years. Dick served on numerous boards and committees locally and nationally which served the greater needs of the construction industry.
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