The dynamic agenda for the inaugural class of the local Leadership Academy started off with a bang, as Jim Roche, President of the Business & Industry Association (BIA) addressed the group at the newly completed Enterprise Center at Plymouth. Mr. Roche covered the general mission of the BIA as New Hampshire’s statewide Chamber and business advocacy organization. He then described the Strategic Economic Development Plan for the state, which includes nine strategic goals that are the focus of BIA’s 2014 activities.
Sippican Partners and Squam River Landing received Americas Property Awards for Best Mixed Use Development, USA and Highly Commended Leisure Development, USA from the International Property Awards sponsored by Virgin Atlantic and Yamaha. Sippican Partners competed against a number of developers in the United States to receive this recognition.
The “Discovery Home” at Squam River Landing is a thoughtfully planned, carefully crafted, high performance home, inspired by the heritage of the cottages and camps of the Squam Lakes. Designed and built by Sippican Partners Construction, our ‘Discovery Home’ is a learning center for understanding how to finance, budget, design, build and operate a new home in today’s market. Come see why our home was chosen to participate in the 2013 NH Lakes Region Parade of Homes!
Squam River Landing is excited to announce our participation in this year's Lakes Region Builders & Remodelers Association Parade of Homes. The Discovery Home architecture was designed by Sippican Partners Construction and is influenced by the Squam Lake cottage camps of yesteryear and built with today’s high performance construction. A typical home that is featured in the Parade of Homes is staged and furnished but our thinking on the Discovery Home is different- our home will be staged in a way that educates today's potential home buyers.
Tuckerman’s Ravine is a forbidding and barren rock face locally known as the birthplace of extreme skiing. The highest wind speeds ever recorded, waterfalls and massive boulders converge to serve as the foundation to hold a winters worth of snow measuring up to a depth of 150 feet. Each spring, as the harsh edges of the passing winter eases, the challenge to conquer this ravine begins, and the formidable obstacles are overcome. The climb to base camp demands strength, endurance, tenacity and purpose. The descent is an act of faith, followed by clear sense of accomplishment. The ravine conquered, the obstacles overcome, the goal achieved.