Mark Carrier Construction to build new Bedford hotel

The Lodge at the Bedford Village Inn will be a 52,000-square-foot, three-story wood-framed building



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Mark Carrier Construction Inc. has been selected as the design-build contractor to develop a new 55-room hotel for Jack and Andrea Carnevale, owners of the Bedford Village Inn. The new Lodge at the Bedford Village Inn will be located adjacent to the existing inn in Bedford.

The Lodge at the Bedford Village Inn will be a three-story, wood-framed building of approximately 52,000 square feet, designed by architect John S. Jordan Design PLLC of Canterbury.

The building will feature Dutch Colonial styling and shingle siding, natural stone columns and timber framing.  The interior features stonework at the grand lobby fireplace and natural reclaimed wood finishes throughout the interior with fireplaces in each guest room.

The Bedford-based engineering firm of TF Moran Inc. has been working with the Carnevales as well.

In addition, Delta Mechanical Corp., teamed with the engineers of Design Day Mechanicals, will install a variable refrigerant flow heating and cooling system.  Longchamps Electric, the project’s design-build electrician, has incorporated LED lighting to further reduce building operation costs. Mechanical Concepts will use high-efficiency natural gas water heaters and a continuous-flow hot water supply system in their plumbing design to increase energy efficiency and reduce water usage.

Design work and town approvals are currently underway. MCCI anticipates a start of construction in the spring of 2014.


 

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