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State Fire Marshal Sean Toomey of Warner has been selected as the winner of the 26th annual NH Construction Industry Ethics Award, which honors “an individual, company, or organization who, through word and deed, best demonstrates a commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in construction.” He will receive the honor of the NH Annual Plan Awards, scheduled for Wednesday, June 22, at the Concorde Hotel in Concord.

CATCH Al-Iskan DistrictConcord has announced the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors: Greg Chakmakas, attorney and shareholder of Sheehan Phinney and a member of the company’s real estate group; And Greg Lessarddirector of housing initiatives for the Concorde Alliance to End Homelessness.

Arleigh Vandenbrook from Lifestyles in Caldwell BankerLittleton, earned a Million Dollar Guild recognition from the Luxury Home Marketing Institute for his expertise and experience selling residential properties worth $1 million and above.

The sale of 75 E. Hollis Street in Nashua has been announced by James Prietoreal estate manager at Granite commercial real estate, who is like the seller in the transaction. The 7,932-square-foot building has six parking slots, three power phases, and 35 parking spaces.

A gift worth a million dollars from Harry Pattenwho graduated in 1958 from the University of New Hampshire, and will launch the Batten Family Foundation Batten Accelerator for Sales and Family Finance Program at the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship at the University of New Hampshire this fall. The program will provide sales training for startup founders and co-founders who have studied at the so-called ECenter as students and after graduation as junior graduates. The internship will focus on selling products and services as a new start-up company. After three months of training, founders will be certified and eligible to apply for up to $50,000 in non-equity/no-recourse loans. Patten is the president of National Land Partners LLC, a buying and selling company for recreational and residential land across the United States

doctor. Rahul Gupta, director of National Drug Control Policy, in New Hampshire to participate in a roundtable discussion on the state’s Recovery-Friendly Workplace Initiative. The event was held in Hoxsett ProconLed and directed by Gupta Samantha Lewandowski, Assistant Director of the Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative. Among the participating companies were Procon, Grappone, Chameleon Group, and Genfoot America Inc. and Hypertherm, along with representatives from Granite United Way and the state.

wine maker Amy Labelle and husband, Cesar Arboledaco-owners of Labelle Winery, which has locations in Amherst, Portsmouth and Derry, has opened a sparkling wine production facility and tasting room on the Derry Winery site. Construction of the new building began last fall under the direction of designer and architect Peter Niemitz of the Niemitz Design Group in Boston. Jennifer Bartholomew of Fulcrum Associates in Amherst managed the project.

based in Manchester computer building Named Southeast Contractor of the Year, ENR Southeast is a leading trade publication for the engineering and construction industry. PC Construction, which manages complex construction and infrastructure projects along the East Coast, recently completed two major award-winning projects in the southeastern United States — the $321 million Atlanta Water Supply Program and the $93 million Richland Creek Water Supply Program in Dallas, Ga. .

Meredith Village Savings Bank supported Wentworth Economic Development Corp. By purchasing $5,000 in tax credits through the NH Community Development Finance Corporation to support its efforts to provide economic development opportunities in the Lake District.

Brendan Battenfelder was named Badger Peabody & Smith Realties New Vice President of Sales. He also continued as the managing broker for the corporate office in North Conway.