Salem Senior Living Community Holds Ceremonial Groundbreaking

The Residence at Salem Woods, a brand new senior living community currently under construction in Salem, NH, held a ceremonial groundbreaking celebration on Tuesday, June 2nd at 10am at 6 Sally Sweets Way, the site of the construction.

“Our team began work this past winter, so the groundbreaking ceremony is an opportunity to celebrate the progress made on this important project for the Salem community and all of Southern New Hampshire,” mentioned Preston Hunter, Vice President, Eckman Construction.

Once complete, the 77,000-square-foot senior living community will have 84 units that include a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. The new facility will also feature a Reflections Memory Care wing offering specialized services for residents with early stage Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments. Beautiful amenities including living rooms, library, computer room, private dining, entertainment, recreation areas, a salon, cafes, walking paths, sitting areas and gardens will be available for residents and guests.

Members from LCB Senior Living, the project developer and operator, were in attendance to take part in the groundbreaking, as were representatives from The Architectural Team of Chelsea, MA, the architect of record. The Residence at Salem Woods is scheduled for completion in early 2016.

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 recognized construction projects throughout the state of New Hampshire, including their work at The Elliot at River’s Edge, Manchester Country Club and multiple projects at St. Anselm College. It is their commitment to complete every project on time and under budget, creating clients for life. For more information on the company, please visit

Eckman Construction Company, Inc.
Contact: Preston Hunter, Vice President
Phone: 603-623-1713 x227

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