Trident Continues its Longstanding Relationship as Owner’s Project Manager to Edgewood, a Lifecare Community

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New Hampshire firm to lead project management of $150 Million Independent Care Multi-Use project in Londonderry, New Hampshire

SALEM, N.H. – Trident Project Advantage Group, one of the leading owner’s project management firms in New England, continues its twelve plus years as serving as Edgewood’s Owner’s Project Manager and will oversee the development and construction of the 450,000 SF, 220-unit multi-faceted project as a subdivision of Woodmont Commons, Londonderry, NH Planned Unit Development. To be built on 15-acres, this 450,000 SF, $150 Million project will be unique it its carefully orchestrated urban design characteristics blended with the beauty of former apple orchards and grassy hills, all to enhance its inhabitants experience.

“The Edgewood at Woodmont project will be a vibrant and transformative new community for Edgewood Life Care Community in New Hampshire,” Tridents founder and managing principal Gino Baroni said. “This is another in a long series of projects that we have had the pleasure to manage for Edgewood. We focus on clients and not projects and Edgewood is exemplary of an Owner that assembles a great working project team.” Edgewood is a LifeCare Community offering independent living, health care and support service, which empowers members of its community to be the architects of their own well-being.

Trident Project Advantage Group will work closely with Marlene Rotering, President and CEO of Edgewood; Bob Coppola, Director of Building and Grounds of Edgewood; the architectural firm of Dimella-Schaefer; the civil engineering firm of SMRT; Whiting-Turner as the CM/Builder; SK Advisors for strategy and capital analysis; as well as many others who make an experienced project team. Among Trident’s previous and current projects are the 120-acre Tuscan Village development in Salem, NH; Gillette Stadium; Boston’s Rowe’s Wharf; Terminal A at Logan International Airport; Museum Towers in Cambridge; Harvard Business School’s MacArthur Hall; Hotel Marlowe in Cambridge; The Boston Harbor Hotel; One Lincoln Street in Boston; the New England Aquarium West Wing Addition; and academic and residential buildings at Duke University, University of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Harvard University.

Baroni, a graduate of MIT and Merrimack College and with over 35 years in development and construction, and his team will work closely with Rotering and Coppola on all phases of Edgewood-Woodmont, including overall management of the project’s design, construction, permitting and cost/schedule management.

The first phase of Edgewood-Woodmont, 220 units with associated support and amenity spaces, is in the design/permitting phase and includes 180 units for Independent Living, 40-units of assisted/memory care, restaurant, café, auditorium, art gallery and more. A formal announcement for the project by Edgewood is being planned.

About Trident Project Advantage Group

Trident Project Advantage Group is one of the leading Owner’s Project Management firms in New England. Trident Project Advantage Group assembles client driven and project specific senior level staff with a proven project delivery model geared towards that of a trusted program, business and process advisor to our clients. We are Owner’s Advisors / Representatives and our primary purpose is ensuring the opportunity to provide our clients with a distinctly tangible project delivery advantage. Trident provides an array of OPM professional services for oversight, assistance and advice in needs assessment, land/building acquisition, due diligence, financial instrument procurement, entitlements, development, design, construction, and total project administrative services, targeted at managing the outcome from concept to completion. Learn more at www.tridentgrp.com.