Commercial Construction

CFD Training on Demo Building

The Concord Fire Department recently completed training on a building we will be removing and reconstructing. The 239 Loudon Road location provided a great space for the Fire Fighters to simulate a fire rescue before our team goes in to demo the building. Not only did this demo provide a great opportunity for the CFD to complete some hands on training, but it allowed us to get out into the community, which is something we take pride in here at Cobb Hill Construction. 

New Addition for the Salvation Army

New Addition for the Salvation Army

Cobb Hill Construction is excited to announce that we have begun a new commercial addition project in Concord for the Salvation Army.

Cobb Hill began by preparing the site for the new 2 story addition which will primarily be utilized for additional housing. At the first floor walk out we'll add a total of 32 bed spaces (16 bunks), along with a mens bathroom, women's bathroom, and handicap accessible bathroom, all with showers. Cobb Hill will also finish the basement level adding a mechanical room, storage area, and large conference room.

Focused on Leadership and Project Planning

As part of Cobb Hill Construction, Inc.’s commitment to continuing education programs and training for each employee, five staff members recently attended a conference in Atlanta Georgia on Project Leader Boot Camp, an extensive training program presented by FMI Corporation (Fails Management Institute).  

Peter Johnson, Tim Drew, Ross Mortimer, Steve Kirk and Glenn Woodard attended the conference, designed to provide Leadership and Motivation with emphasis on Project Planning and Financial Management in Construction.Cobb Hill provides a full range of contracting and design/build services for commercial and residential projects.

Cobb Hill Surprised With Chairman's Award

After receiving an Excellence Award for their CATCH Endicott Hotel project at the ABC NH/VT annual awards event at the Capitol Center for the Arts on October 23, 2014, Cobb Hill was also honored with the Chairman's Award for the project.