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February 12, 2014

Milford company ensures fresh powder at Winter Games

Milford company ensures fresh powder at Winter Games


And having a part of the 17-day winter Olympics has been rewarding for the partners.

“It’s been successful. Sochi was another project for us,” Cousins said. “We’ve moved on. It was over for us about three weeks ago.”

He says the company’s contract was up and “thought we’d be done in Russia” but there has been an interest for using their agricultural water pumping systems in the country and they are working on contracts with potential clients.

The company has installed systems for customers in Canada, New Zealand, China, Australia and South America as well as many ski resorts and areas in the United States.

The Rosa Khutor snowmaking system has been the company’s biggest project in its 13-years of existence, Meadows added.

“We have 12 direct employees and about 50 sub-contractors,” he said. “Engineering integration is taking an idea and making it real.”

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