New Hampshire

Cobb Hill Donates Services for Church Renovation Project

Concord, NH Cobb Hill Construction has begun pro bono renovation work for South Congregational Church. With time and materials donated by several local companies, Cobb Hill will renovate a kitchen, a bathroom, and an office in the house at 6 S. State St., which is adjacent to and owned by the church, at no cost.

Concord Monitor - Dr. Reeve's New Office

Vet's office opens  (Concord Monitor 12/13/10)

Epsom is home to a brand-new veterinary clinic.

Fiona Reeve, a veterinarian at Pembroke Animal Hospital for the past four years, has started her own practice, Suncook River Veterinary Clinic, at 1569 Dover Road. The 3,470-square-foot clinic is open for business following a two-month renovation of the former Precious Angels Child Care & Enrichment Center by Concord-based Cobb Hill Construction.

NE Real Estate Journal - Cobb Hill Receives ABC NH/VT Excellence in Construction Awards

Cobb Hill Construction, Inc. has been honored by the Associated Builders and
Contractors of NH/VT (ABC NH/VT) with two Excellence in Construction Awards and one
Merit Award. 

NH Business Review - The Value of Hiring a Safety Conscious Builder

he value of hiring a safety-conscious builder
Extensive safety programs are cost-effective and good business
By Jerry KingwillFriday, January 2, 2009

Professional Remodeler Magazine - Breathing New Life Into Historic Buildings

Breathing New Life into Historic Buildings
By Jerry Kingwill, Cobb Hill Construction -- 3/10/2008 1:25:00 PM

Cobb Hill Project Manager Claude Dupuis oversaw the transformation of Concord, N.H.'s historic theater which included the creation of a three-story glass-enclosed stairway entry and atrium, and major renovation and restoration work to the lobby, 'Governor's Hall' function room, and theater. 

Construction Management: Be in the Know

Construction Management: Be in the Know, by Jerry Kingwill

Construction is a major responsibility of facilities management. One way to ensure successful construction projects is to work with a highly competent construction manager.

Homeless center finds a new home

More than two years after it opened in the basement of the South Congregational Church, the Concord Homeless Resource Center has moved into a new home on South State Street.

The resource center, a project of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness, re-opened April 4 in a church-owned building at 6 S. State St. that also houses Cornerstone Family Resources, said Marcia Sprague, director of the resource center.