NH Job Corps Center Attains Substantial Completion

Eckman Construction is proud to announce that the New Hampshire Job Corps Center in Manchester, NH has received substantial completion. Construction of the seven-building campus on Dunbarton Road was completed on time. The new facility was built for the U.S. Department of Labor and the announcement of the new facility operator is expected soon. Some construction activity will continue at the campus during the spring months as Eckman crews complete additional work requested by the Department of Labor.

“We started work here at the NH Job Corps Center in May 2013 and we want to thank all the subcontractors, vendors and other workers that had a hand in helping us get to this point,” said John Deloia, Vice President, Eckman Construction and project executive on the project. “We hope that the new campus  will serve as a statewide resource to help students carve out meaningful careers for years to come.”

Job Corps Centers across the country currently train more than 60,000 students at 125 centers nationwide. The NH Job Corps Center, the first of its kind in the Granite State, features dormitories with 360 beds for on-campus living, an education building with classrooms, a recreation facility, dining commons, a wellness/administration building and a gatehouse.

Eckman Construction Company, Inc., based in Bedford, has been working as a Construction Manager, Design/Builder and General Contractor in New Hampshire since 1974. Eckman has completed many notable construction projects throughout the state of New Hampshire, including their work at Bedford High School, Elliot at River’s Edge Ambulatory Center and Manchester Community College. It is Eckman’s commitment to complete every project on time and under budget, while providing clients with results they can trust. For more information on the company, please visit www.eckmanconstruction.com.

Contact: Preston Hunter, Vice President
Phone: 603-623-1713 x227
Email:  hunterp@eckmanconstruction.com

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