Cobb Hill earns three awards
Cobb Hill Construction of Concord has been awarded three National Associated Builders and Contractors Excellence in Construction awards.
Cobb Hill received the Historical Restoration Excellence award for its work on the Bridges House in Concord. The purpose of this project was to increase the capacity of the property to host larger events and extend its use to legislators, civic and business leaders, and visiting dignitaries from around the world.
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$2 Million Merit Award recognized Cobb Hill for its work on Tad’s Place at Havenwood-Heritage Heights in Concord. Pulitzer Prize-winning Tad Mosel moved to Havenwood in his retirement and was approached by Mike Palmieri, the organization’s CEO and president, about his plan to bring an auditorium to the residents. Mosel became a generous donor for the project. The renovation included a total interior remodel, along with raising the height of the roof on one side of the building to allow for a cathedral ceiling and the necessary ceiling height for a raised platform in the performing area.
Cobb Hill also received a Community Service Award in the Commercial Under
$2 Million category for work on The Friendly Kitchen. The new building replaces the old Friendly Kitchen, which was lost to a fire in April 2011. The new building is 5,800 square feet and capable of seating up to 120 people with both indoor and outdoor seating.