Santa got run over by a Modular Home

Seasons greetings to all you Squash Meadowers out there. As we replace the fall foliage with impending snow storms and 2014 rapidly approaching (yikes!), we just wanted to take a second to reflect on what was a very big year for Squash Meadow Construction.

First and foremost, our ambitious venture of taking on the Cape Cod Modular Home market has been a big success. We successfully set and finished 3 Modular Homes on Cape Cod, and are already gearing up for another half dozen beginning on the first of the year. As a result of our expansion, we’ve had the pleasure of adding additional members to our ever growing family of employees. This year we hired project managers Woody Mitchell to oversee our projects in Cape Cod, as well as Sam Hall to help manage our ever growing work load on Martha’s Vineyard. Also, in addition to the newly operational office in Falmouth we opened in late 2012, we launched a new website at www.capecodmodularhomes.com to specifically cater to our Cape Cod clients.

Speaking of our Martha’s Vineyard work, we boasted a year chock full of new construction, renovations, and additions.  We set 4 new modular homes located between Vineyard Haven, Oak Bluffs, and Edgartown, as well as two large additions, and several interior/exterior remodels. Combine that with our Cape Cod work and we have yet another record breaking year for Squash Meadow Construction.

Lastly, we are now proudly residing at the Squash Meadow Construction office and world headquarters located at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Business Park, 23A North Line rd, Edgartown, MA. Please don’t hesitate to stop in to say hello.

2014 is already filling up with what will certainly be an exciting year. We have several new modular projects on the drawing board, and perhaps a few surprises coming up.

Stay tuned to Squashmeadow.com and capecodmodularhomes.com for updates, and have a safe and happy holiday season from everyone as Squash Meadow Construction.

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