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Jennifer Berry

Jennifer Berry, Exeter’s director of public works, has been named one of the ten best public works leaders of the year by the American Public Works Association. She is the first female public business manager in New England to receive this honor. She has been Exeter’s Director of Public Works since 2007 and has been in the city since 2000 (Seacoast Online photo)

Establishing a North BranchConcorde recently upgraded Sandra McNeef Human Resources Manager. She joined the company in 2018 as an HR Specialist. In addition, Elle Wilson Joined North Branch as Project Supervisor. He has experience supervising custom home construction, designing floor plans, managing remodeling, and supervising site development. And Rick Williamswho joined the company in 2020, has been promoted from commercial carpenter to assistant supervisor.

based in Manchester Calwall Corp.It has developed Environmental Product Advertisements (EPDs) for its facade and sky daylighting systems that have been UL certified. The company said the certifications indicate that Kalwall’s EPDs comply with Type III environmental declarations set by UL Environment and the International Standards Organization.

The HL Turner Group Inc.Concorde added Kylie Woodbury to her staff as Interior Designer/Architectural Planner in a newly created position. She has over 10 years of experience working as an interior designer specializing in architecture and commercial design.

BitFoxClarity Human Services, owner of Clarity Human Services, has a contract with New Hampshire and Vermont to serve as the homeless management information system in the states. Clarity is the replacement and expansion of existing data systems, which alone support the 100 agencies working to end homelessness in the states. Bitfocus said the new program would be a “significant upgrade” from the states’ legacy data systems.

storage projectsa Greenwich, Connecticut-based real estate investment management platform focused on the self-storage sector storage station On Loudoun Road in Concord. The purchase is the company’s second acquisition in the Concorde area. It previously acquired the Thirty Pines Self Storage Complex in Pennacok. “Acquiring multiple properties in a given market enhances our competitive position and allows us to operate more efficiently,” said Douglas Lee, co-founder of Storage Ventures.

breakThe firm, an architecture studio based in Portsmouth, has announced that it is now a certified B firm. Founded by school principals Alyssa Manibini Murphy And Brian Murphy Founded in 2010, Placework serves cultural, educational, and municipal clients. “The pursuit of a B Corp certification was a natural step in the evolution of our practice,” says Alyssa Murphy. “This achievement is not just a seal of approval; maintaining our B Corp status will continually challenge us to be the company we want to be.”

Blaktop Inc. From West Lebanon, recently recognized Herbert W. Williams For 50 years with the company. Williams joined the company as a laborer when he was 18 years old in 1972, and now works as a supervisor for Blaktop, overseeing paving operations in the Lebanon area.

lawyer John Ridnorwhose practice focuses on condominium law and homeowners associations, joined the Northern New England law firm of Downs Rachelleen Martin He will train from the company’s office in Burlington, VT.

Brookstone Builders Inc. Manchester, it has been announced shun schedules He was appointed vice president of the company, taking on the day-to-day management of the company. Skiles was previously a commercial pilot for 20 years, but worked at Brookston during his high school and college years as a carpenter and assistant site supervisor. “I know Sean will succeed in his leadership role,” said Paula Scales, president of Brookston.

The Professional training in solar lending The series, offered by the Inclusive Center for Resilience and Clean Energy and the Karsi School of Influential Finance’s Karsi Center, is currently accepting applications for a training and certification course in Solar Commercial Lending, which will run from June 9 to August 11. To train employees of US-based community financial institutions interested in developing a solar energy loan product. The course is free of charge through a grant from the US Department of Energy’s Office of Solar Technologies. Applications will be accepted through May 8.