Plan NH hands out Merit Awards

Four projects recognized for smart growth, collaboration
Bradley Commons, Dover

Plan NH recognized four significant projects during its annual Merit Awards ceremony, held June 20 at the Capital Commons building in Concord.

The projects were selected from a field of nominations by a jury of professionals in the planning, design and development industries.

Gilford Village Knolls III (Photo by John Hession)

The awards honor building projects that embody smart growth principles, social responsibility and outstanding cooperation or collaboration.

Receiving awards were:

Gilford Village Knolls III

The project is the third building in a multi-unit apartment development for adults age 62 and older. This section has 24 units, all one-bedroom, and each rent-restricted at price points residents can afford.

Owner: Lakes Region Community Developers

Key players:

Gilford Village Knolls Trustees

Stewart Associates Architects

Steven J. Smith Associates

Martini Northern

Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green

Stewart Property Management

DEAP Energy

Concord City-Wide Community Center

The building is on the site of the former Dame School, which was partly demolished and other parts repurposed to create

Concord City-Wide Community Center

a wonderful community center for people of all ages.

Owner: City of Concord

Key Players:

Milestone Engineering and Construction

The HL Turner Group

Downtown Concord Complete Streets

The reconstruction of Concord’s North and South Main streets has transforme

Downtown Concord Complete Streets

d the city’s downtown.

Owner: City of Concord

Key Players:

Severino Trucking


Louis Karno & Company

Bradley Commons, Dover

The project is a 61,000-square-foot mixed-use building where a Catholic church once stood

Owner: The Housing Partnership

Key Players:

Lassel Architects

Pine Brook Construction

Ambit Engineering

JSN Associates

Petersen Engineering

Woodburn and Associates, Landscape Architects

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