Restoration projects present many unique challenges. Cobb Hill understands the balance that must be attained between historic preservation, modern functionality, and cost. Adaptive reuse is achieved while restoring as much of the original character as possible. Sensitive rehabilitation of a structure is accomplished while completely upgrading all mechanical and electrical systems. Many of our projects have benefited from the assistance of the staff at the NH Preservation Alliance, as well as other preservation consultants.
historic KITCHEN REMODEL
Cobb Hill has completed construction of a 5 bedroom, 5 bath 4200 sf home in Campton NH. This new vacation home boasts expansive views. The gable end wall of this home has a giant wall of windows to take in those views from just about anywhere in the house.
THE BRIDGES HOUSE
The New Hampshire Governor's Mansion, known as "Bridges House", is the official residence of the Governor of New Hampshire and the governor's family. The Bridges House, located in Concord, has served as the governor's official residence since 1969.
CAPITOL CENTER FOR THE ARTS
An award winning project, the Capitol Center for the Arts underwent a significant transformation lead by Cobb Hill Construction. The renovation and remodel of Concord's historic theater featured the creation of a three-story, glass-enclosed stairway and atrium.
This project was the adaptive reuse and historic restoration of a long term care facility into a 32 room luxury hotel and conference center, including a 57 seat restaurant. For Cobb Hill's work on this building, we were honored to receive an"Inherit New Hampshire" award.
Cobb Hill has completed complex construction on the CATCH Neighborhood Housing project. The 1890s-ear Endicott Hotel located at the corner of South Main and Pleasant Street underwent a major renovation to make way for new downtown living space.
MERRIMACK COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
Merrimack County Savings Bank contracted with Cobb Hill to renovate the first floor space of the old New Hampshire Savings Bank located adjacent to the bank at 97 North Main Street. Cobb Hill cut through over two feet of concrete and brick to create a new hallway between the two buildings.