• Dover Chamber of Commerce welcomes Doyle Coffin Architecture

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    August 21, 2019
    DOVER, NH – The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Doyle Coffin Architecture as a new member with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at their 466 Central Ave. location. Doyle Coffin Architecture is a full-service architecture and interior design firm that emphasizes sustainable design and resilient building practices.
     
    The firm is based in Ridgefield, Conn., and opened the Dover office in order to bring its experience and expertise to New Hampshire’s seacoast. Eric Flanders, AIA, will serve as managing director of the Dover office. He has been employed by Doyle Coffin for 22 years and has been a seacoast resident for many years.
     
    “I am excited to join seacoast-area homeowners, builders and developer to collaborate on distinctive architectural designs that accent our unique corner of New England,” says Flanders. “We will specialize in residential and commercial design projects that will complement our community’s rich history while also bringing our buildings up to today’s green standards.”
     
    Doyle Coffin seeks to create original designs that minimize the carbon footprint resulting from construction and create environmentally sound systems for the duration of the life of the facility. The firm’s highly trained staff has extensive experience in working effectively with planning and zoning departments and other municipal organizations to obtain required approvals and ensure a smooth process throughout project development.
     
    For more information contact Doyle Coffin Architecture at 203-403-6612 or visit them online at doylecoffinarchitecture.com.
     
    The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit association of businesses, professionals, individuals, and organizations working together to advance the economic well-being of its members and the community. For details on Dover Chamber membership and programs or for a schedule of activities, call (603) 742-2218 or visit www.dovernh.org.
     
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