Cobb Hill Construction is pleased to announce that work on Jeff Bauman’s family home in Concord has been completed. What originally started as an idea to add a wheelchair ramp expanded to include a new ADA accessible bedroom, bathroom, and relocated kitchen. Over 100 businesses, volunteers, and community members across New Hampshire and Massachusetts joined forces and provided products, materials, labor, and cash donations to make this project a success.
On Sunday, October 27th, over 80 sponsors, volunteers, and guests attended a special “reveal” party and homecoming for Jeff. Also in attendance was New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan and Concord Mayor Jim Bouley. A classic barbeque lunch was provided by Tim Gramolini, owner of Gramolini’s Meat Market.
“Thank you Jeff. We are all here because you’re brave, you’re determined, you’re resilient, and you saved lives. For that we are grateful,” said Governor Hassan. “This is an example of what we do best in the Granite State. I am thankful to each and every one of you who participated in this project and attended this event.”
“We are honored to have been part of this project,” said Jerry Kingwill, president of Cobb Hill Construction. “The outpouring of support from local businesses and individuals was an incredible experience and it was truly special to have Jeff join us for the reveal celebration.”