Jeremy Bonin, Principal Architect at Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC, a New Hampshire architectural firm specializing in green building, is pleased to announce an Open House Thursday, October 29, 2009 from 5:00 to 7:30 PM at the firm’s new location, Baynham’s Square, 209 Main Street, New London, New Hampshire.
The Open House is sponsored by the Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce and will be open to the public. Other Baynham’s Square businesses, including Ellie’s Café & Deli, Vessels & Jewels, and The Banks Gallery, will hold Open Houses on the same date and time.
Bonin Architects’ new office is an attractive two-story 1,449 square foot building with ample office and conference space. “New London is a charming New England college town [home to Colby Sawyer College] with a variety of unique shops, entertainment, and a host of activities on Lake Sunapee or Mount Sunapee Ski Area; but really it was the area’s approach to sustainable living and respect of the environment that really drew us to New London,” Principal Partner and Executive Project Manager Kimberly Bonin explains.
“We are licensed in all of New England, plus New York and Pennsylvania. Our office in New London is easily accessible from the Lakes Region, Dartmouth, White Mountains, the seacoast and the Boston area from Interstate 89 and is also close to Interstate 91 in Vermont, making it easy for clients and builders to visit our office and allows us to be readily available to meet at our clients’ sites,” adds Jeremy.
Light refreshments at the Open House will be served by Ellie’s Café & Deli. An RSVP is requested to Bonin Architects by October 28, 2009.
About Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC
Established in 2007, Bonin Architects & Associates (boninarchitects.com) is led by Kimberly Bonin and Jeremy Bonin AIA NCARB LEED AP, and 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 and light commercial structures while incorporating recycled and energy efficient building materials and renewable energy systems.