This 1970s era building underwent a complete transformation from a commercial building design standpoint. Located in the heart of downtown Portsmouth, this structure experienced a major facelift, especially in terms of its interior layout and exterior masonry design. The building, also referred to as the “old Portsmouth Herald” building, received a brand new entrance and awning thanks to architect, DeStefano Architects, who used metals and contemporary detailing to add a sleek, clean and modern face to the building.
As the engineer of record for this revitalization project, Summit helped make possible various modifications to the original structure, such as the large and frequent openings in the masonry design. This in turn created an opportunity for office space with greater outside views. The restoration work on this building was so successful that Summit decided to take up residence in the newly redesigned space along with other companies.
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
NH Engineering Firm Finds Redevelopment Potential All Over Portsmouth As one of the local engineering companies in th
Developers all throughout New Hampshire are bringing forth various dynamic development opportunities complete with quality archite
At Summit Engineering, besides typical Structural Engineering, we also find ourselves investigating problems in existing building
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently released the preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for the Seacoa
As one of the original 13 states, New Hampshire most certainly has its fair share of historic property. From the working waterfro
Examples of historic building preservation are all around us — especially in a place as historically rich as New England