Thibeault Corp. to Close Construction Division

One of the oldest and largest construction firms in southern New Hampshire is moving on from the construction business.

Mon November 17, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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One of the oldest and largest construction firms in southern New Hampshire, Thibeault Corp. of New England announced that it has decided to close its construction division and devote time to other projects.

Thibeault Corp. of New England has been a family-owned and operated site work, real estate development, general contractor, management and brokerage firm for five decades.

Thibeault’s construction division has worked on many important projects across New Hampshire and other areas of New England over the many years it was in business. The contractor earned a reputation for delivering challenging projects on time and early in many cases, despite the harsh winters New England is known for, thus becoming a trusted, respected contractor in the competitive New England construction market.

As a result of the firm shuttering its construction division, Alex Lyon & Son will hold a complete liquidation auction Dec. 11 in Manchester, N.H., where an extensive selection of equipment, including earthmoving, dump trucks, loaders, paving equipment and support equipment and more will go on the block.

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