Louisiana Pacific Breaks Ground in Houlton

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1Maine1lostcause
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Louisiana Pacific Breaks Ground in Houlton

[quote]Louisiana-Pacific Corporation today broke ground on its Houlton, Maine Oriented Strand Lumber (OSL) facility, scheduled to begin production in late 2007. Maine Governor John Baldacci joined LP CEO Rick Frost and other LP, state and local dignitaries for the groundbreaking ceremony.

The Houlton facility will be LP's first OSL manufacturing facility, and will be one of the few producers of OSL in North America.

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Bob MacGregor
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Louisiana Pacific Breaks Ground in Houlton

Smart move as the OSB board market declines. OSL should be a good alternative.

David Hughes
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Louisiana Pacific Breaks Ground in Houlton

now these are jobs Governor Baldacci could crow about.

Doug Thomas
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Louisiana Pacific Breaks Ground in Houlton

It's good news for an area that needs it.

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Louisiana Pacific Breaks Ground in Houlton

Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 9:10 AM CDT
LP finishes $140M renovation of Maine mill
Nashville Business Journal

Nashville-based Louisiana-Pacific Corp. has opened a laminated strand lumber facility in Houlton, Maine.

The $140 million renovation took two years to complete.

It is the company's first mill dedicated to LSL and one of the few facilities producing LSL in North America.

[url=http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/stories/2008/06/09/daily28.html]sou...

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Louisiana Pacific Breaks Ground in Houlton

I saw this story today and remembered that I had posted it a while back? The editor here must have a great memory. :)

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