More than five thousand hours have been spent by our team this summer on the beautiful campus of Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. From the re-painting of student dorm rooms and common areas, to the exterior pressure washing and painting of several buildings on campus, our team has helped the facilities department prepare the Saint Anselm campus for the upcoming year.

Saint Anselm has a long, and rich history of providing higher education. Founded in 1889 by the world's oldest religious order, the Benedictines - a Catholic order that has endured and thrived for more than 1, 500 years, according to their website.

Our relationship with this prestigious institution dates back more than ten years, and we consider it to be a privilege to be part of the Saint Anselm family. In the last ten years, we have had the opportunity to work on a wide array of projects in almost every area on campus. From the Abbey Church, to the cafeteria. In dorm rooms and common areas. Even some of the athletic complexes. Most of the work is completed during the summer months, but on occasion, we provide assistance during breaks in their semester. 

In a previous post, we took a moment to highlight one of the projects we completed earlier this year, the "Bernard Court Chimneys." In case you haven't read that blog, you can view it here:

In addition to the chimneys and dorm re-paints, we have recently completed a few other projects this summer as well. Repainting the Science Building, and decks and ceilings on the Alumni Building and Joseph Hall, as well as re-painting sections of the Bradley House and pressure washing the handrails and deck there too.