Located in Manchester’s historic mill yard, our 30,000 square foot office space sits perched on the 5th floor of the original Amory Mill. Remnants of the historic charm remain in various locations throughout the mill, while our space has been redesigned with modern lines and architectural accents. This office serves as the company’s headquarters and home base to approximately 70 employees, with 2 kitchens and an employee lounge overlooking the Merrimack River. Our primary corridor, “Main Street”, connects all departments (or neighborhoods) to visiting guests.
Surrounded by numerous places to shop, eat and experience the City’s culture, many of these attractions are within walking distance of our headquarters. Just a short distance from Interstates 93, 101 and 293 as well as downtown Manchester, this office offers convenience to commuters and locals alike. With state-of-the-art equipment and video conferencing capabilities, our ability to be reached is exponential.
Whether you need help with community outreach to secure public support, assistance untangling the web of funding resources, connections with local regulators, or if you just want a recommendation on which issues to prioritize, reach out to start a conversation with our team.
150 Dow Street Manchester, NH 03101
150 Dow Street
Manchester, NH 03101
Matthew J. Low, PE
Senior Vice President | Director of Engineering Operations
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