This 11,500-SF wood-framed building constructed in Rochester, NH in early 2011 features a building structural design that allows for residential living opportunities on the upper floors, a retail space on the ground floor. To be specific, the three-story mixed-use structure houses one large commercial retail space on the first floor and 8 residential apartments on the second and third floors.
Summit provided the structural design for this $2 million project. In addition to the unique building structural design, this structure is entirely wood framed and features cantilevered decks on all three facades. We worked hand in hand with our client, McHenry Architecture, to help complete this project on time and on budget.
Harbor Way Ship Sculpture, 121 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA BACKGROUND In May of 2016 a portion of a ship’s hull was disco
Summit Engineering receives 2018 Structural Engineers of New Hampshire Excellence in Structural Engineering Award in the building
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Summit Engineering was well represented at a recent national engineering event known as The 2014 Structures Congress held in Bosto
The local school board earlier this month honored a handful of students who competed in and won a one-of-a-kind educational event
Structural engineering staff from Summit Engineering in Portsmouth, NH traveled to the Jersey Shore this month, where they joined
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