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New London, NH, United States, 2009/08/20 - NH Green Architects Bonin Architects & Associates relocates to Main Street, New London to accommodate the firm’s growth and provide a central location for client and project meetings.
Jeremy Bonin, Principal Architect of Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC, announces the firm’s relocation to a new two-story 1,450 square foot office building located in Baynham’s Square, 209 Main Street, New London, New Hampshire.
“The building’s design provides the perfect environment for an architectural firm: welcoming open reception and meeting spaces on the first floor and spacious office and conference environments on the second,” said Bonin. “The relocation accommodates our recent growth and allows for future expansion needs while providing a signature facility for our clients and professional requirements.”
Baynham’s Square is the high traffic gathering place of New London, encompassing 207-209 Main Street, home of Ellie’s Café (formally Jack’s Coffee House), Vessels & Jewels, and The Banks Gallery.
"We are delighted to move our office to New London,” said Kimberly Bonin, Principal Partner and Executive Project Manager of Bonin Architects. “New London is easily accessible from all directions,” adds Jeremy, “being situated just three miles from Interstate 89 and halfway between New Hampshire Interstate 93 and Vermont Interstate 91. Whether traveling to clients’ sites or project meetings at our office, the new location will allow us to be readily available.”
About Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC
Bonin Architects & Associates (boninarchitects.com), led by Kimberly Bonin and Jeremy Bonin AIA NCARB LEED AP, is a national architectural and project management firm licensed in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York. Green Architect Jeremy Bonin AIA NCARB LEED AP heads every project, creating innovative, energy efficient home designs of green homes with a specialty in SIP panels, energy efficient conventionally-built homes, post and beam and timber houses while incorporating recycled and energy efficient building materials and renewable energy systems.