People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News From Around NH

Nobis adds associate, MTN Landscaping moves to NH … and more
Decco Inc New Nashua Nh Headquarters

Mechanical contracting firm DECCO Inc., has relocated is corporate headquarters to 1900 Southwood Drive in Nashua following a growth of over 30 percent in its office and field staff, said Kyle Reagan, owner and CEO. He said the firm, which has been serving the life sciences industry, is now looking to ‘develop new client relationships and explore new markets and geographies.’

The sale of 231 Mass Rd. in Pembroke, a five-unit mobile home park with a Cape-style home and 50 acres of riverfront property, has been sold by Red Quill Development LLC to 76-80 Terrace Road LLC. Jerry Hersch of the commercial division of Tinkham Realty Inc., Londonderry, represented the seller, and Stephan Morrissey of Allison Estate and Homes represented the buyer.

MTN Landscaping, a landscaping, snow management and hardscape installation company that for the last decade has been based in Walpole, Mass., has moved its headquarters to Derry, NH, serving clients in southern New Hampshire. “My wife Kim and I are excited to bring MTN Landscaping to southern New Hampshire and are currently recruiting employees for a variety of positions with our team,” said owner Matt Nannicelli, owner. For more information, , visit

Engineering and environmental firm Nobis Group has hired Adam Roy, as an associate of the firm. Roy, a senior project manager with Nobis, is a licensed site professional and certified hazardous materials manager with more than 20 years of experience.

Engelberth Construction employees have pledged $5,500 to the Friendly Kitchen as part of their 2022 charitable campaign. “Engelberth is proud to announce that our employees have pledged $5,500 to the Friendly Kitchen, a soup kitchen in Concord. ‘We are committed to partnering with the Friendly Kitchen to help provide food security for those struggling in our community,” said Pierre LeBlanc, Engelberth Construction CEO and president.

To meet the high demand for long-haul truck drivers and other commercial driver professionals, White Mountains Community College is expanding its Commercial Driver Training (CDT) program by adding a new non-credit spring session at the Littleton campus. The eight-week CDT program, which begins March 7, is a tractor-trailer competency-based driver training program that includes classroom work and in-vehicle training time. Students will master the wide range of competencies needed to become safe, confident, comfortable drivers. WMCC has seven vehicles in the fleet and a state-of-the-art simulator for student training. WMCC is located in Berlin, with satellite campuses in Littleton and North Conway.

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