North Branch Completes Renovations at The Village at Crafts Hill

North Branch Completes Renovations at The Village at Crafts Hill

North Branch Completes Renovations and Construction at Crafts Hill; Crafts Hill Celebrates New Community Center with Ribbon Cutting                                                         

(West Lebanon, NH) North Branch Construction, one of the largest multi-unit housing builders in New Hampshire, has completed renovations of six buildings and construction of a new community building at the Village at Crafts Hill in West Lebanon. The project included the rehabilitation of six buildings totaling 85,000 square feet, including common areas and the majority of individual apartments. Renovations included building envelope improvements, window and door replacements, energy efficiency upgrades, heating and ventilation system upgrades, electrical upgrades, and site, drainage, and paving improvements. Four units were converted to accessible units; accessible entrances were constructed for all five units in the complex.

North Branch Construction, working with Studio Nexus Architects, also completed a Design-Build project at the complex building a 950 square foot community building. The ADA compliant building provides a community room, laundry facilities, restrooms and office space.

Pictured, left-right: Erin Cotton, office of Rep. Anne Kuster; McKenzie St. Germain, office of Sen. Maggie Hassan; Faye Grearson, Twin Pines Housing; Joe Kenney, NH Executive Council; Tim McNamara, Mayor of Lebanon, NH; Andrew Winter, Twin Pines Housing; Kevin Peterson, CDFA; Anthony Capone, USDA; Dave Kadlec, North Branch Construction; Jennie Gibson, Twin Pines Housing.

Twin Pines Housing, owner and operator of The Village at Crafts Hill, commemorated the completion of the renovations and celebrated the opening of the new community building with a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 17, 2021.

“We are very pleased to have been selected as the construction manager for the apartment renovations and the design-builder, with Studio Nexus Architects providing design services, for the community building at The Village at Crafts Hill,” said Joseph H. Campbell, President of North Branch Construction. “It has been very rewarding to see the positive impact these renovations and addition of the community building have had on this community.”

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