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New Barrington Town Hall Builders Selected

Careno Construction has been selected as the building firm for the new Town Hall project. Careno was one of four firms to respond to the Request for Qualifications. According to their presentation, Careno Construction “has a wealth of experience delivering contracting projects through each phase of construction. We are fully licensed, bonded, insured and provide construction services for new construction and renovations from small to large projects with a proven track record of getting projects on time and under budget.”

Careno Construction will manage all aspects of the Barrington Town Hall project from Design through Construction to ensure a successfully delivered project. The new building will be designed to be oriented for and carry the weight of new solar panels. According to the plan, the project will be completed by September 2020, in which the construction phase will take 7 months. There will be 9,900 ft2 of space in the building.

The company will use Port One Architects to design the building, Civil Consultants for structural engineering, and Robert Cummings & Associates for fire protection. Subcontractors will include A.E. Lemire Co for HVAC & Plumbing, Yankee Electric for electrical, A-1 Foundations for concrete foundations, White Diamond for painting, and Carter Sprinkler for fire protection.

Benjamin Careno will be the project executive for the Town of Barrington’s Town Hall Project, and his role will be coordinating the Careno Construction management team overseeing estimating, scheduling, accounting and documentation. Ben has successfully project managed multiple Municipal - Design-Build Projects in the area.

Todd Harrington is a Project Manager with Careno Construction, that will be responsible for all phases of project management including managing daily activities, changes, financials, logistics, and estimating. With a background in Architecture as well as Construction; Todd can foresee many potential issues early in the planning stages, ask the right questions, and in most cases propose a solution.

Don Boisvert will be the Site Superintendent. He has extensive experience as a Project Superintendent on numerous Municipal Private and Academic Projects including UNH Whittemore Center Dehumidification, UNH Field House Heat Exchanger, UNH Goss Southwest Wing, among many others. He has a very strong mechanical project background, having completed major chiller, AHU and process piping projects.

For more information about the building project, please visit: https://www.barrington.nh.gov/home/bulletins/town-hall-builder-selected