Our relationships with the people we work with are the core of our business. We cherish these relationships. Here are some comments and letters from people we have worked with over the decades of being a community-minded construction company located in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont.

Abbott Library – Sunapee, New Hampshire – 2015

. . . Attention was consistently paid to the project budget, schedule, detail, and to assuring that both projects came in under budget and on schedule. . . .and that the highest level of quality was maintained throughout the project. . . .

Peter Tennant
Tennant/Wallace Architects AIA PA

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Stevens High School Renovation – Claremont, New Hampshire – 2014

. . . During the entire process Trumbull kept the project on track and under budget and kept all of the students and faculty safe and as uninterrupted as possible for this type of project. . . .

Ingrid Moulton Nichols, AIA
Banwell Architects

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Alice Peck Day Lifecare – Lebanon, New Hampshire – 2014

. . .The quality of the project management and supervision is amongst the best in the industry. . . .

David M. Anderson, PE
Owner’s Representative
Construction Consulting

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Listen Community Services – White River Junction, Vermont – 2013

. . .I eagerly anticipated the weekly site meetings. Trumbull-Nelson representatives made my experience with this project a joy from start to finish. . . .

. . . Trumbull-Nelson has done a spectacular job of bringing an architect’s drawing into three dimensional reality, right down to the last blade of grass. . . .


Merilynn B. Bourne
Executive Director
Listen Community Services

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Vermont Law School – South Royalton, Vermont – 2012

. . . The school, and its architect/representative David Laurin are extremely pleased and impressed with your company’s professional approach in effectively completing such a challenging, schedule-driven work while meeting existing time and budget constraints. Trumbull-Nelson management staff did an excellent job of supervising all project subcontractors, and keeping Vermont Law School administration and staff well-informed throughout the process. . . .

Geoffrey B. Shields
President, Dean and Professor of Law
Vermont Law School

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Stratton Mountain Club – Stratton Mountain, Vermont – 2003

. . . I would like to acknowledge our great appreciation in the manner in which Trumbull-Nelson performed throughout the project. The project was subject to very thin margins and a very tight schedule. Even so, your crew outperformed our very aggressive agenda and our even more aggressive expectations. . . .

Robert A. Aubin
General Manager
Stratton Mountain Club

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Dream & Do Farm – Norwich, Vermont – 1999


. . . What also impressed us was your ability to find such excellent subcontractors who quickly understood exactly what we were looking for, and also maintained their manpower levels to get the job done. . . .

Andrew Sigler
Norwich Farms

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Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center – Lebanon, New Hampshire – 1995

. . . It was not only the size of the crew, but the quality of work performed by the crew. From top to bottom, all T-N personnel that I dealt with were top quality people. . . .

Tom Felton
Project Manager
McCarthy Brothers, St. Louis Missouri

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Ledyard National Bank – Hanover, New Hampshire – 1994

. . . All of us here at Ledyard are very pleased. Thank you for providing the necessary resources to meet the completion deadline. It was a well managed project and your people on site are to be commended . . .

Peter C. Brown
Ledyard National Bank

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We have testimonials which go back even before the 1950’s. Please ask if you are interested in seeing them; we’d be happy to share with you.

 The First Congregational Church – Woodstock, Vermont – 1951

. . . We are all very happy with the result and we think you should have a comparable sense of pride and gratification in the knowledge that you made so considerable a contribution yourself. For this we thank you most warmly. . . .

John H. McDill
For the Trustees
The First Congregational Church

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