Brix & Stix Construction has established a 36-year consistent history of quality workmanship throughout Concord, New Hampshire and the surrounding communities with residential and commercial construction. Brix & Stix and its leader, Dick Benson, have been an integral part of the construction industry for decades by offering experience and knowledge to up and coming businesses in construction through his involvement in the New Hampshire Home Builders Association.
Our experience ranges from traditional, to emerging building systems, and spans from residential through light commercial. Projects vary from building a new residence on a lakefront including an ICF foundation and radiant heat systems, to developing state of the art television broadcast facilities; constructing dome houses to reconditioning an 1880’s Concord storefront that was headed for collapse.
Where We Build
Allenstown, Andover, Belmont, Bow, Candia, Canterbury, Chichester, Concord, Dunbarton, Epsom, Franklin, Goffstown, Henniker, Hillsboro, Hooksett, Hopkinton, Laconia, Loudon, Manchester, New Boston, New London, Pembroke, Salisbury, Suncook, Tilton, Weare, Webster
“Green Acre Woodlands purchased the former Red Cross Building, a historical building in Concord, NH. The front portion and facade dates back to an estimated year 1794. We engaged in a major reconstruction Brix & Stix historic building restoration costing in excess of $500,000, in addition to the purchase price.
Dick Benson of Brix and Stix Construction Corp. who constantly advised me throughout the project, of the work needed to be done, also managed this reconstruction. The work was quite extensive due to having to improve the building’s structural integrity and modernization in order to render it a Class “A” office building.
The project consisted of 2 floors, 14 rooms, 3 handicapped bathroom, new staircase Brix & Stix historic restoration Woodman Building Concord NH, 2 complete HVAC systems, renewal of hardwood flooring, restoring former room sizes, exterior siding, roofing, new front entrance, new side entrance, brick walks, granite steps, etc, etc
No aspect of this building was neglected in order for it to house a prestigious professional firm. The building is now known as the Woodman Building, in honor of the family who occupied it until about 1941, at which time they donated it to the Red Cross.
The credit is certainly due to Dick Benson who functioned as Construction Manager. All who have visited the Woodman Building have praised the building in its present state. I am sure it is now regarded as an asset to the Concord, NH commercial establishment.” – RL Marcalus, Green Acre Woodlands, Inc.