Flynn Cunstruction



MILFORD, NH – Hendrix Wire & Cable, Inc., 53 Old Wilton Road teamed with Flynn Construction Corp. to expand their operations. Hendrix manufactures and supplies medium voltage underground and overhead cable systems for PowerUtility and wind energy markets.

Construction of this 14,500 square-foot manufacturing addition was completed in January of  2009.Energy conscience improvements were integrated conforming with "Green Building"criteria, including high R-value insulation system, a "Cool" roof  to reflect sunlight and reduce solar heat gain and ground water recharge system.

Flynn Construction Corp. is a full service design/build general contractor serving all of New Hampshire specializing in commercial and industrial new construction and renovation. They are a member of the "Green

Building Council" focusing on energy efficient steel building and masonry structures. Flynn provides an economical alternative for the end user in the construction of institutional, medical, service, manufacturing, retail, multi-tenant and warehousing projects.

Advantage Plastic Products (APP) Relocates to Concord

CONCORD, NH – Advantage Plastic Products, a manufacturer of custom injection molds and moldings, has relocated from Manchester to a newly constructed facility on Henniker Street in Concord.

Construction of a 12,000 square-foot manufacturing and office facility located off Route 106 and Chenell Drive near the new FW Webb distribution center was completed this past July with APP fully operational as of August 1, 2008. Flynn Construction Corp. of Nashua teamed with APP to build the facility and install energy efficiency measures that include state of the art fluorescent lighting and installation of a "Cool Roof" to reflect sunlight and reduce solar heat gain.

This new facility will replace the mill building space occupied in Manchester on South Commercial Street and offers more room, better efficiency and the capability to offer expanded services.

NHEC Breaks Ground On Eco-Friendly Operations Hub

ALTON, NH – New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) will have a larger base of operations in the Alton area with a smaller environmental footprint.

Construction is underway on the 8,400 square-foot garage and office building located off Route 28 near Prospect Mountain High School. When complete, it will feature the latest measures designed to save energy and protect the wetlands surrounding it.

Flynn Construction Corporation of Nashua is teaming with NHEC to build the facility and install energy efficiency measures that include all fluorescent lighting; the doubling of standard roof and wall insulation; installation of a "Cool Roof" to reflect sunlight and reduce solar heat gain; installation of an Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) system that recovers heat from vented air during the heating season; and installation of a Low Temperature Heat Pump (LTHP) to heat and cool the office area.

A compressed air system will also be installed to boost the air brake pressure on NHEC line trucks after they have sat idle overnight, eliminating the need to start and idle the vehicles until on-board compressors come up to pressure.