The March-April edition of New Hampshire Home Magazine features an article on one of Bergeron Technical’s projects, Tamworth Distilling and Mercantile. Bergeron Technical Services provided Project Administration, Planning and Design Services for the project in its entirety. Beautiful photos in the article highlight the Distillery and repurposed Tamworth Garden building. The Distillery is a brand new, state of the art building, built to resemble a 19th century New England barn in homage to the distinct agricultural origins of the practice of distilling, while utilizing today’s technology to ensure an efficient and safe building. The barrel house was originally built in the 1890’s and was an exposition center used for boxing matches and basketball games; it was later used by the historic Barnstormers Theater for rehearsals and summer performances, it sat vacant for many years before being moved, renovated and reconfigured as the Distillery’s Barrel House. The Garden’s gallery seating lofts are still intact, giving this building a new purpose while maintaining a vital historical feature harkening back to the Town of Tamworth’s colorful and rich past.
Read the article here: Tamworth Distilling Article from Spring 2017 edition of NH Home
Architect: Distillery – SISR Architecture, Marlow, NH; Barrel House – Bergeron Technical Services, North Conway, NH
Structural Engineer: JSN Structural Engineers, Portsmouth, NH
Construction: Bauen Corp., Meredith, NH