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STARC Systems Partners with UBC for ICRA Training

In healthcare construction, patient care is critical to the success of a renovation project. That’s why STARC Systems is partnering with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) in its continuing education program for Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) best practices in healthcare construction. Continue Reading

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STARC Systems Announces $3.5 Million Investment Led by Blue Heron Capital

STARC Systems announced today that it has received a $3.5 million investment, led by Blue Heron Capital, a growth equity fund providing growth and expansion capital headquartered in Richmond, VA.

STARC Systems is a fast-growing building products company, based in Brunswick, Maine, that manufactures and distributes modular wall systems providing a clean, airtight and sound-deadening construction barrier system to protect the healthy work environments from the effects of construction. The STARC containment system is the category leader in healthcare facilities during
renovation projects. While the company’s products are used across industries, its containment system has been engineered to meet the high standards of the healthcare industry. Continue Reading

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STARC Systems Barrier protects patients during renovation-Health Facilities Management Magazine Feature

Central Maine Medical Center (CMMC), Lewiston, recently undertook a major renovation in and around the facility’s emergency department (ED).

The medical center was challenged to perform the work without any interruption in emergency services, while also protecting patients and staff from potentially hazardous airborne particles.

Any construction, renovation and repair activities in hospitals and health care facilities can create or disturb particles, and cause them to become aerosolized. These particles include Aspergillus spp., a fungus commonly found in indoor environments that attaches to and feeds on dirt and dust particles and cellulose-based building materials. Patients with suppressed immune systems are especially susceptible to developing aspergillosis, a potentially life-threatening infection. Continue Reading

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Wayfair joins STARC Systems at Brunswick Landing

We are excited to welcome some new neighbors to the business community here at Brunswick Landing. Welcome to Maine, Wayfair! Check out the article in the Portland Press Herald featuring Wayfair and STARC Systems.  Go to the article >

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How to Reduce the Impact of the Current Labor Shortage by Increasing Productivity

The list of benefits associated with using STARC Systems Temporary Containment versus traditional containment methods (Sustainability, Speed, Aesthetics, Infection Control, Sound Attenuation, Dustless Installation) are well documented by our ever growing list of satisfied customers. The attached article recently published in the Portland (Maine) Press Herald focuses on the increasing construction labor shortage faced by the nation’s contractors. Continue Reading

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Sen. Angus King Tours TechPlace, Meets STARC

Senator Angus King of Brunswick stopped by on Friday, Feb. 5th for a short tour Continue Reading

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STARC Systems Moves On To The Greenlight Maine Semifinals

Greenlight Maine’s business competition is heating up and getting closer to finding a winner. They are looking for one Maine company that is scalable, viable, feasible, and innovative. The combination of those focus areas and an excellent pitch will determine the winner of at least $100,000.

Chris MacKenzie, STARC’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, has taken STARC Systems to the next level of the business competition. Starting the competition there were 86 companies and now there are 25 other companies in the running. Find out why STARC is moving on to the next round in this innovation business competition in the latest post from TechPlace Maine. Continue Reading

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