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Housing projects completed in Merrimack, Londonderry … and more
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Rebecca Maloney has joined Laconia-based RFS Engineering, which also has offices in Boston and Portland, Maine, as director of marketing and business development. Maloney has worked at national and international in the architecture, engineering and construction industry for over 20 years.

Tom Barrasso has joined Nobis Groupof Concord as project development manager. A veteran environmental professional, Barrasso has over 30 years of experience in environmental consulting, developing environmental policy for a variety of local, state and federal agencies. Most recently, he was director of energy and environmental affairs for the city of Amesbury, Mass.

NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire has announced completion of The Merrimack Townhomes, a rental development at 5 Angelo Drive in Merrimack. The development has 45 townhouse-style apartments in nine 9 buildings. It is the first affordable family project in the town of Merrimack.  Development team for the $10.5 million project included John S. Jordan Design, Meridian Land Servicesand Gary Chicoine Construction Corporation.

George Holcomb has been promoted to general superintendent of Jewett Construction, Fremont. He had previously been a superintendent for the firm.

Meredith Village Savings Bank has donated $5,000 to Lakes Region Community Developers in honor of Carol Bickford, who recently retired after 36 years at the bank, most recently as senior vice president and retail lending officer).

North Branch Construction, Concord, has completed construction of three multi-unit apartment buildings at the Wallace Farm Apartment Homes community on Bridle Path Lane in Londonderry. Wallace Farm Phase 2 was a $13.2 million project consisting of three 24-unit, three-story apartment buildings, The 72 additional one- and two-bedroom units bring the total number of mixed-income units available within the Wallace Farm community to 168 units. Christopher Fokas of Wallace Farm Development LLC is developer of the project.

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