Proceeds from Firm’s Safety Program Donated to Area Nonprofits

North Branch Construction president, Joseph Campbell, presents Community Bridges president and CEO, Ann Potoczak, with a donation.

Concord, NH – North Branch Construction announced it has donated the proceeds from the firm’s annual Safety Fine Program to two nonprofit organizations: Community Bridges in Concord and Lakes Region Community Developers in Laconia. In 2022, the Safety Fine Program proceeds totaled nearly $4,000, resulting in a $2,000 donation to each organization.

North Branch Construction developed its Safety Fine Program 16 years ago, with the intent to increase hazard recognition, reduce risk of injury, and create an overall safer working environment for all personnel working on North Branch Construction jobsites. Each year, North Branch Construction donates all proceeds from the Safety Fine Program to nonprofit organizations the firm has worked with during that year.

Joseph Campbell presents Lakes Region Community Developers executive director, Carmen Lorentz, with a donation.

North Branch Construction completed a renovation and office fit-up project for Community Bridges in 2022. The renovations and fit-up of the 22,000sf building located at 162 Pembroke Road in Concord provided the organization with the space they needed to better serve their clientele and operate the organization. Community Bridges is a nonprofit agency with a mission to advance the integration, growth, and interdependence of people with developmental disabilities within their own communities.

North Branch Construction completed a renovation of a 25-unit apartment complext in Meredith, owned and operated by Lakes Region Community Developers. Work completed during the renovation included new kitchens, flooring, bath remodels, electrical upgrades, fire sprinkler systems, and the conversion of two units to ADA compliant dwellings. Lakes Region Community Developers creates opportunities for the Lakes Region to thrive by developing healthy homes, creating vibrant community assets, and engaging residents.