Our friends at Northcape Design asked us to provide structural plans for this terrific new home on the shore of Little Lake Sunapee. We prepared our design over the summer and construction is well underway. We visited the build to check out the progress and talk with the crew about what they liked on our… Read More »
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Our blogs are intended to get you further educated on building construction straight from our Professional Engineers, Architects, Inspectors, and Project Managers at Team. Ever wonder how an ice dam occurs? What exactly is an LVL and why is it so strong? When do I need a structural ridge?
We’ll take some of the most common questions and industry misconceptions we hear and give you our expert opinions. The information we will provide is intended for general informational purposes only, but if you have a project specific question, contact us and speak to one of our licensed Professional Engineers today!
For our quarterly Team Fun Day last fall, we continued the tradition of trying new activities. Our business and financial advisor is an avid Pickleball player and enjoys spreading the fun and flare of this game with all his peers. Well, on this beautiful, sunny day in November the Team had no choice but to… Read More »
When architecturally designing a residential building, the New Hampshire Energy Code is a factor that must be considered throughout the design process. New Hampshire has the adopted the IRC 2015 Energy Code and these, as well as locally amended, requirements must be met in all new construction projects. Often these include prescriptive R-values. An R-value… Read More »
Allow me to first offer my confession – I’m a Yankee, and compared to many, a relatively slow adopter of technology. The transition to digital photography, GPS in our cars, and the fast evolution from cellular phones to smartphones is simply incredible. Sometimes necessity pushes me to try technology. Google Earth has demonstrated to all… Read More »
Construction for the Elite Sports Academy in Epsom, NH has recently been completed! Shout outs to Rokeh Consulting LLC, Tony Fallon Architecture, and Essex Structural Steel Co. for designing the site, architectural, and prefabricated metal building plans. From their design, we were able to design the structure for the wood framed building portions and interior… Read More »
Of all our 2021 projects, one of our favorites was the waterfront cottage where, when the rest of the world was panicking about skyrocketing lumber prices and “supply chain trouble”, we pivoted with our client to harvest timber off the land for use in the construction of the porch. Roof posts cantilevered through the deck… Read More »
We’d like to congratulate Jeff Trovato and Olivia Caron, our newest Engineers-in-Training (E.I.T.)! Both recently passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (F.E.) Exam and have earned their new professional designation. One step closer to their Professional Engineers (P.E.) license! Reach out to them and show some love! Email Jeff – JTrovato@myTeamEngineering.com Email Olivia – OCaron@myTeamEngineering.com
We frequently work with New Hampshire-based architecture firm Bonin Architects, with offices in New London and Meredith. They specialize in custom residential, commercial and landscape architecture and very often design lakeside homes. Last year, Bonin asked us to produce structural plans for a unique home in New Hampshire. What is distinctive about this home is… Read More »
Allow me to first offer my confession – I’m a Yankee, and compared to many, a relatively slow adopter of technology. The transition to digital photography, GPS in our cars and the fast evolution from cellular phones to smartphones is simply incredible. Sometimes necessity pushes me to try technology. Google Earth has demonstrated to all… Read More »