North Hill is one of New England's first life care communities. It just completed a 3-year repositioning effort to ensure a bright and vibrant community well positioned for success over the next 25 years.
Included in the project were 72 new private room skilled nursing accommodations in small house design; 48 new enhanced living units which include 12 memory care accommodations; 48 new independent living units; renovation of over 300 existing independent living units; and a new Main Street and Galleria connecting all the amenities of the Life Enrichment Program.
JTC’s scope of work included geotechnical investigation and engineering. This project included significant cuts/fills in excess of 15 feet and had new buildings attaching to existing structures. The site also consisted of very sensitive existing silt/clay soils. JTC helped to value engineer the reuse of these onsite soils with close monitoring to ensure the grades were sloped and layers were altered with structural fill layers. JTC also provided special inspections and materials testing for this project.
Southern New Hampshire Services - State-Wide
John Turner Consulting has been providing geotechnical consulting services as well as materials testing and inspection services to Southern New Hampshire Services since the start of our firm in 1997. Some of the locations where we have done work include: Rochester, Northwood, Ashland, Nashua, Manchester, Bristol , Plymouth, Campton, Woodstock and Lancaster, New Hampshire as well as Berwick, ME.
SNHS is a non-profit organization designed to assist low-income participants, including the elderly poor, to secure and retain meaningful employment, attain an adequate education, and make better use of available income. SNHS supports these people with health, nutrition, housing and employment-related assistance
JTC provided materials testing services and inspections for this $12.5M construction and renovation project. The project involved major renovations to the existing Friends of the Homeless shelter at 769 Worthington Street and construction of a new building. The center added 32 efficiency apartments, new kitchen and dining facilities, and an improved health care and dental clinic.
Testing and Inspection services included: Steel Construction; Cast-in-Place Concrete; and Soils and Masonry Inspections.
Friends of the Homeless Shelter - Springfield, MA
JTC has been contracted for geotechnical engineering, as well as special inspections and materials testing for several projects including this new facility at Meeting Place Drive in Exeter NH. The facility includes 39 one and two-bedroom apartments. It is conveniently located on a bus line off Route 27 and close to Route 101.