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Vantage Builders Completes 4K-SF Cannabis Dispensary in New Hampshire

Commercial contractor Vantage Builders has announced that its Cannabis Construction Practice has completed a 4,000-square-foot renovation project for Prime Alternative Treatment Centers, creating the company’s newest therapeutic cannabis dispensary, located in Chichester, N.H.

The dispensary, located at 349 Dover Road, marks the second project that Vantage has completed for Prime ATC, in addition to its work on Prime’s cultivation facility in Peterborough, NH. The dispensary features a reception area, product displays, point of sales areas, several offices and storage space. Formerly a car dealership, the building required significant demolition to ready the space for its new life as a cannabis dispensary. Existing floors and ceilings were removed and three 14’ x 10’ garage doors were infilled.

“Working with a construction firm that has direct experience in the cannabis market makes the build-out go much more smoothly,” said Keenan Blum, President and CEO at Prime ATC. “The Vantage team has a great understanding of our business, our approach to growing and our patient focus, and that absolutely came through in their ability to deliver a dispensary that precisely meets our vision for the location.”


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