People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Lakes Region Community Developers building new headquarters … and more
After a month-long clothing drive in April, the Seacoast Board of Realtors celebrated a Realtors’ Day of Caring on May 1, sorting and organizing 60 bags of new and gently used clothing for children entering foster care through the organization’s Pass Along Project. Members also donated their time at the Seacoast Science Center, washing windows, raking and clearing the oceanside of debris.

Christopher Chiaramonte has joined TFMoran as a civil project engineer. His work experience includes assisting in the design and preparation of commercial and residential site plans, permitting, drainage analyses and utility design.

Lakes Region Community Developers has purchased the former Walter’s Market building at 193 Court St., Laconia, and is renovating it to serve as its new headquarters. LRCD, which plans to move into the new space by August, said the first phase of renovations includes build-out of the interior to accommodate 10 individual offices, community meeting space, and a large kitchen, along with upgrades to the exterior south wall of the building. Tradesman Builders of Laconia is the general contractor. The project is funded by a Community Development Block Grant from the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority and a loan from Meredith Village Savings Bank.

Jeff Morris has joined Proulx Oil & Propane as sales/account manager. The position focuses on new construction projects, builders and developers, in both residential and commercial applications throughout New Hampshire, southern Maine and the North Shore of Massachusetts.

IT services provider Mainstay Technologies has expanded its Manchester office at the Sundial Center to accommodate a nearly 30 percent growth in its staff over the last year.

The company, which also has offices in Belmont, first moved into 3,000 square feet of space at the Sundial Center in 2016 and by the end of 2018 it doubled its footprint there. The latest expansion will give the company 10,000 square feet.

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