Connectivity Point Design and Installation (CPDI) is proud to have partnered with Wright-Ryan’s talented building professionals to deliver services of the highest professional standard during the construction of a new Hampton Inn, Lewiston, Maine.
CPDI provided input in the design development stage so important details related to the network cabling, audio/visual and security systems were reflected in the final construction drawings. CPDI was ultimately selected to install the network cabling, meeting room equipment and security surveillance cameras for the 93-room, four-story Hampton Inn on Lincoln Street in downtown Lewiston.
The $12 million hotel marks yet another step in the city’s effort to revitalize the downtown area. Since we’re headquartered just across the river in Auburn, Maine, our team was pleased to be working on a project in our own backyard.
The project achieved LEED Certification for its eco-friendly construction methods. Like Wright-Ryan, CPDI helps clients achieve their goals by providing the skills, support and innovative thinking to make it happen.
In 2011, the Hampton Inn Portland Downtown-Waterfront opened at 209 Fore Street, Portland, Maine. The ground floor of the hotel included a separately owned and operated Sebago Brewing Company.
The 122-room hotel was built by Opechee Construction Corp., of Belmont, N.H. Connectivity Point Design and Installation (CPDI) served as the design/build communications contractor, as a part of an integrated, cost-effective approach to designing and constructing commercial buildings.
CPDI installed the communications cabling within the six-story building, including independently occupied condominiums on the hotel’s top floor.
Exeter, New Hampshire
Connectivity Point Design and Installation (CPDI) partnered with general contractor Wright-Ryan to provide design/build services for a large project for a new Hampton Inn on Portsmouth Avenue. The new hotel and suites in Exeter, New Hampshire, spans 73,000 square feet and include 112 rooms.
CPDI installed the network cabling throughout the guest rooms, meeting rooms and back office areas. By creating an intermediate distribution frame (IDF) on the third floor, CPDI was able to adhere to the distance limitations of the Category 6 standard while at the same time reducing the number of network switches and related equipment that was originally expected.
This hotel project featured many green attributes including a white roof, highly efficient mechanical systems, efficient lighting controls, along with local and recycled materials. These features, among others, were used to achieve LEED certification.