North Branch Construction breaks ground at White Birch Armory Shooting Range and Retail Showroom in Dover, NH

February 07, 2020 - Northern New England
Shown (from left) are: Matt Nihan, TW Designs, LLC; Laurel Adams, president, Regional Economic Development Center;
Joe Baton, Primary Bank, Jessica Devoid, White Birch Armory; Sean Manning, owner, White Birch Armory;
David Guard, Kenny Leblanc, and Shelby Hughes of White Birch Armory;
Steve Haight, Civilworks New England; Jim Schwartzkopf, project manager, North Branch Construction.

Dover, NH White Birch Armory held a ceremonial groundbreaking celebration at the site of the new White Birch Armory Shooting Range and Retail Showroom to be completed by North Branch Construction. The new construction project located at 74 Industrial Park Rd. includes 13,600 s/f dedicated to a shooting range with 16 firing lanes and warehouse space of insulated concrete form and structural steel, with an 8,144 s/f retail showroom of light gauge metal frame construction. Scheduled to open in the summer of 2020, the facility will also include classrooms, a member lounge & administrative offices.

White Birch Armory, a distributor of ammunition, firearms, and related accessories, was founded in 2014 by Sean Manning, a Purple Heart recipient who served with the U.S. Marine Corps with multiple deployments to Iraq as a reconnaissance Marine and scout sniper. Manning has firearms industry experience as both an engineering technician and a testing and evaluation manager. In addition, Manning is a master firearms instructor and precision scoped rifle competitor.

TW Designs, LLC is the engineering and architectural design firm on the project.

Shown (from left) are: Matt Nihan, TW Designs, LLC; Steve Haight, Civilworks New England;
Jessica Devoid and Kenny Leblanc, White Birch Armory; Laurel Adams, president, Regional Economic Development Center;
Sean Manning, owner, White Birch Armory; Shelby Hughes and David Guard of White Birch Armory;
Jim Schwartzkopf, project manager, North Branch Construction; Joe Baton, Primary Bank; Tom Knott, project superintendent, North Branch Construction.

 

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