Ripano Stoneworks of Nashua, NH, one of the region’s leading fabricators of granite and quartz countertops, has donated the materials and installation of the countertops for the construction of the new George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library in Hudson, NH.
Ripano Stoneworks’ involvement with the project includes the supply and installation of a Rain Forest Green granite countertop for the Children’s Circulation Desk and Hawaiian Green granite for both the Main Circulation Desk and the Reference Desk.
“Social obligation and community involvement are essential to what Ripano Stoneworks stands for,” said Dick Laliberte, President of Ripano Stoneworks and a Hudson resident for over 30 years. “We’re honored to be able to give back to the community of Hudson.”
With a state-of-the-art fabrication facility and one of the region’s largest selections of granite slabs and colors, Ripano Stoneworks has been creating custom granite and quartz countertops for homeowners throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New England for over two decades.
Family owned and operated, Ripano Stoneworks was selected by Stone World as the 2006 Fabricator of the Year and named to the prestigious 2008 Inc. 5000 list. For more information about Ripano’s products and services, visit www.ripano.com
or call 603-886-6655.