Green Leaf Construction has been awarded two projects for The University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH.
The first is an interior renovation project to create new conference and meeting space within the Memorial Union Building (MUB) and will take place on a ‘summer slammer’ schedule. Work includes architectural modifications, finish upgrades and installation of new HVAC systems.
The second project, scheduled to begin construction in March, includes work in Gregg Hall and in the Telecom Building. HVAC system replacements will be made to the main data center, serving the entire campus within the Telecom building as well as system replacements in Gregg Hall’s data center. Green Leaf will plan and execute a detailed phasing schedule to maintain cooling in data centers at all times.
Green Leaf Chief Operating Officer, Tom Dube notes, “It is great to win these projects and bring Green Leaf into the 10+ year relationship I have enjoyed with the folks at UNH. I take great pride that these three buildings will be the 13th, 14th and 15th that I have been fortunate enough to work on over that timeframe. The data center HVAC replacements are technically challenging and require careful coordination; the renovations at the ‘MUB’ will create more usable, flexible meeting space for many groups on campus.”
Green Leaf Construction is a construction management, design build and general contracting firm located in Leominster, Mass serving commercial, industrial and institutional organizations throughout New England and New York.