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Tuesday, June 1, 2010
As one of the largest trade organizations in the state, the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of New Hampshire's (HBRANH) primary function is to protect itss members' interest at the various levels of local, state and, through its affiliation with the National Association of Home Builders, federal governments. The HBRANH is comprised of ten "Local" associations strategically located throughout New Hampshire - Concord, Connecticut Valley, Lakes Region, Manchester, Nashua, North Country, Seacoast, Southern, Southwestern and White Mountain. With a combined membership of over one thousand companies, employing over 60,000 New Hampshire citizens, every aspect of the building industry is represented in the Association.
Belknap Landscape is a member of the Lakes Region Chapter of the HBRANH, utilizing the Granite State Builder (GSB) magazine as the official publication for NH building and construction professionals.
NH-based company Seacoast Ink publishes GSB magazine.
The following article was published their related Granite State Builder NEWSLETTER, the GSBN.
Do Business With A Member
Member Companies Provide Landcare Support For Local Contractors...
Granite State Builder Magazine has a mission to help builders, contractors, and suppliers stay in front of the economic recovery, providing information and connections to professional service providers in support of member construction projects. New Hampshire's larger landcare design-build firms often provide landcare services on an ala carte basis to GSB Members-some Members cannot or choose not to execute in house.Shoreland Permitting is a good example.
The Design/Build Advantage for Shorefront Properties
Designing a landscape for high-profile homeowners in watersheds involves much more than having a vision or concept. In order to provide clients and professional partners with a successful project, companies providing shoreland permitting services to contractors must convey that vision from each perspective, condition and practical point of view. In the Lakes Region, NH and in many similar areas throughout all of New England, we build within watersheds where each property affects the next. Steps in the design process need thoughtful consideration on the finished project's impact on neighbors, surrounding lands and the lakes - the economic engines of our Region. To read more click here
Posted by The BELKNAP BLOG - Landscaping in NH, a Property Owner's Guide at 1:39 PM