Business notes 

Sunday, November 05, 2017

Orion Entrance Control of Laconia and New Field Magnetics of Milford have partnered together for the ISC East show to demonstrate hands-free access control integrated with turnstiles.

Multi-Weld Services Inc., a Contoocook-based metal fabricator, has been named the recipient of two awards for Construction Excellence by the Associated Builders and Contractors. The award was given for their work on the St. Paul’s School, Ohrstrom Library, Phase II Renovation.

Franklin Savings Bank gave a $2,500 grant to the New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors Association.

Couto family-owned Dunkin Donuts donated $15,000 to Make-a-Wish and $5,000 to Relay for Life raised through customer donations.

Firehorse Creative of Concord has been awarded a contract by Community Bridges of Concord for the design and development of new logos and brand identities for their new service provider and affordable housing divisions.

ReVision Energy, a regional solar company that specializes in the design, installation and service of systems that reduce fossil fuel consumption and carbon pollution, has converted to a full employee stock ownership plan.

N.H. Businesses for Social Responsibility invite businesses across the state to sign its statement of principles entitled “Investing in Clean Energy Helps New Hampshire Businesses Thrive.” Businesses that sign the statement Monday will be included in the statement filed with the Office of Strategic Initiatives by NHBSR. To read and sign the statement online go to nhbsr.org/energy.

Belknap EDC gave support and funding to Hermit Woods Winery in Meredith to purchase new equipment and fixtures.

Applebee’s branches, including Concord, raised more than $112,000 for Special Olympics New England through customer donations.