Common Man Roadside at the
Hooksett Welcome Centers
- Common Man owner Alex Ray perfects a custom-order pizza in under three minutes at Common Man Roadside!
- Video overview of ribbon cutting and dedication event March 17, 2015. Click here.
- Northbound Welcome Center is Named After the Late Executive Councilor Raymond S. Burton.
- Videos of the construction process, progress and project milestones - click here.
- Recent Press Coverage
- October 13, 2014 "Tourists Pour Into State for Columbus Day Weekend" WMUR-TV
- September 10, 2014 "State's Largest Liquor Store to Open on I-93 Northbound Thursday" - WMUR-TV
- September 9, 2014 "An Experience: New I-93 Welcome Centers to be Open by Christmas" - Concord Monitor
- September 9, 2014 "NH Touches Will Abound in New I-93 Rest Area" - New Hampshire Union Leader
- July 9, 2014 "Hooksett Welcome Centers Ahead of Schedule" - Laconia Citizen
- July 1, 2014 "A Welcome Revival" published by SOCO Magazine.
- May 15, 2014 WMUR-TV Tours Construction Site. See Video Here.
- 2013 Press Coverage
- Project Photos & Downloadable Renderings
Groundbreaking Ceremony Kicks Off Construction of Two New Welcome Centers in Hooksett
The State of New Hampshire and The Common Man family broke ground on redeveloping the two welcome centers on Interstate 93 north and south in Hooksett, NH on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013. Read the press release from the groundbreaking event here.
New Hampshire’s Common Man Family is excited to bring a new approach to the design and construction of two New Hampshire-themed service areas on Interstate 93 north and south in Hooksett, NH. The new service areas, to be named Common Man Hooksett, will be designed by Samyn-D’Elia Architects, P.A. located in Ashland, NH and built by Conneston Construction Inc. located in Gilford, NH.
The new service areas will be productive for the State, allow the New Hampshire perspective to shine through and invite visitors to see New Hampshire as an innovative and exciting state — a place where opportunity abounds and citizens take pride in their state’s history, industry and future. Where it is clear to all that “New Hampshire is different, New Hampshire is better, New Hampshire is Live Free or Die.”
North and Southbound Service Areas will feature:
Mill Building Architectural Style
3,000 sq. ft. Interactive Visitor Center
16,000 sq. ft. Uncommon Food Court
3,000 sq. ft., 24-Hour Country Store
More than 300 Parking Spaces
New 20,000 sq. ft. New Hampshire State Liquor & Wine Outlet
16 Irving Oil Fueling Stations
16,000 sq. ft. NH Uncommon Food Court featuring a 1950s Hi-way Diner, Italian Restaurant, Country Deli/Sandwich Shop and Village Bakery/Coffee Shop
Energy Efficient and Sustainable Features that Exceed the Green Building Standard
Design, construction and operation team made up of New Hampshire companies and 137 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs to be created (anticipated, exclusive of Liquor & Wine Outlets)
Click here to visit the New Hampshire Department of Transportation's project page to view site plans, renderings and more.
Read our press kit here. Media contact: Erica Auciello Murphy, Director of Communications & Community Relations for The Common Man. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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