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Structures Unlimited Texas project wins honors … and more
Andy Smith, Martha Mcleod And Mike Claflin72

In a photo taken before social distancing guidelines went into effect, Andy Smith of Peabody & Smith Realty presents a donation of nearly $10,000 to Martha McLeod, board chair, and Mike Claflin, executive director, of AHEAD, the Littleton-based affordable housing organization. Half of the money represents interest from an account containing escrow funds from buyers and sellers. At the end of the year, the firm matches the account’s total to raise the donation.

Brandon MacLellan has been added to Legacy Mechanical Services LLC’s plumbing and HVAC team. A plumbing apprentice and licensed gas fitter, he will work as a sales consultant.

The La Joya Water Park & Planetarium in La Joya Texas, recently was named a distinguished winner in Learning By Design’s 2020 Educational Facilities Design Awards program. The project includes a water park, planetarium and a natatorium featuring a 10-lane competition pool and two diving boards. The natatorium enclosure, designed by New Hampshire-based Structures Unlimited Inc. of Bow, two retractable roof systems for natural ventilation and a corrosion-resistant aluminum structure.

Attorney R. Prescott “Scott” Jaunich of the northern New England law firm Downs Rachlin Martin has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, the premier professional organization for U.S. real estate lawyers.

Powers Products, which has been partnering with Kalwall Corp. since 1970, has been named Kalwall’s Distributor of the Year. Powers, a family-owned-and-operated company that serves Colorado and Wyoming, offers such services as design assistance, project management and installation.

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