Project Manager Joseph Campbell and Project Superintendent Christopher Galbraith, both of Hillsboro, have taken on roles as Principals of the Firm at North Branch Construction, Inc.
Campbell is a LEED AP BD+C and ASHE Certified Healthcare Constructor who has been with the firm for over sixteen years. He began working at North Branch in the field during the summers in high school and continued on to an estimating internship with the firm during his time at New England College. Upon graduation in 2003, he became an Assistant Project Manager at North Branch, and in 2005 he was given the role of Project Manager. Recent projects of Campbell’s include the new Southern New Hampshire University’s Tuckerman Hall Residence Hall in Hooksett and the historic renovation of the Sugar River Mills Apartments in Claremont.
Galbraith began his career at North Branch in 2005 as a carpenter and in 2008 was promoted to the position of Assistant Project Superintendent and Finish Carpentry Crew Supervisor. In this position, he assisted the Project Superintendent by coordinating and leading carpenters for finish work including moulding, casework, cabinetry, doors, frames, and hardware. In 2012 Galbraith became a Project Superintendent leading jobs that include the interior fit-up of Fresenius Dialysis Clinic in Dover and the manufacturing plant upgrades at Sig Sauer in Exeter.
North Branch is happy to welcome both Galbraith and Campbell to their new positions alongside of the firm’s four other Principals.