Brewer Bruce & Johnson’s
145 S. Montowese St.
Our buildings are clean, tidy, lighted, and heated. Concrete floors provide an excellent working surface. We operate two 15-ton travel lifts; one 50-ton travel lift; a 20-ton hydraulic trailer; a 15-ton mobile crane; and a stationary mast crane.
DIRECTIONS BY LAND
From New Haven:
Take I-95 north New London – Providence to Exit #54 Cedar Street. At end on the ramp turn right onto Cedar Street. Further directions below:
From New London:
Take I-95 south to Exit #54 Cedar Street. At end of the ramp take a left onto Cedar Street. Further directions below:
From Hartford – Mass:
Take I-91 south to New Haven. Turn onto I-95 north to New London -Providence. Then follow directions from New Haven.
Once on Cedar Street:
Follow Cedar Street across Route 1 to the end and make a left onto Main Street. At end of the town green turn right at the light onto Montowese Street. Follow Montowese Street for about 2 miles. You will go through one stop sign, under a railroad bridge and over the Branford River, then you will come to a second stop sign. At the second stop sign to road curves left and about ¼ mile take a right hand turn onto Block Island Road. Our sign is at the corner and follow Block Island to the end. WARNING: Low under pass (9’6″) at Rail Road Bridge.
Oversized Deliveries (Over 9′):
Take exit #54 Cedar Street. At the end of Cedar Street take a right onto Main Street. At the next traffic light take a left onto Kirkham Street. After stop sign and over the railroad bridge take immediate left onto Indian Neck Ave. Follow Indian Neck Avenue, to the end. At stop sign, go straight onto Montowese Street. About ¼ mile take a right-hand turn onto Block Island Road. Our sign is at the corner and follow Block Island to the end.
DIRECTIONS BY SEA
Branford Harbor Entrance Buoy, Cow & Calf R “34”, Lat. 41° 14.3 N, Long. 72° 50.5 W. Follow marked channel into Branford River, NOAA Chart #12373. Bruce & Johnson’s is the first marina on the right (east) bank of the river. Note: Cow & Calf R “34” is NOT a Branford channel marker; leave to port entering Branford River. REFER TO CHART 12373!!
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