North Branch has completed the renovation of the Liberty Utilities (Granite State Electric) Corporation Electrical Division Emergency Call Center building in Lebanon. Construction included the selective demolition of 6,500 square feet of existing office space that was renovated into a work area for the company’s Electrical Division’s Emergency Call Center and customer service employees. The building now has newly renovated offices, a breakroom, locker room, conference room, lineman work area, lobby and several open office areas. Construction also included the complete replacement of the roof while the space below remained occupied. The installation of additional roof joist reinforcement will provide added structural support to counter an anticipated heavier snow load due to lower heat loss thanks to upgraded insulation. The building is now fully protected by a new fire alarm system and an impressive new 130kw emergency power generator. The exterior of the building was given new siding and a new weather barrier and the building now has an ADA ramp at its public entrance. The building remained occupied by the company’s employees throughout construction. Lauer Architects, PA of Goffstown provided design for the project, which was completed in December.
North Branch Completes Renovations at Liberty Utilities Emergency Call Center
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