Joined 11 months ago from Bedford NH
Peter Grenier of Massachusetts began working in the construction industry when he was sixteen years old. Peter Grenier of Massachusetts was named Chief Engineer of the Historic Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, Massachusetts, after three years of building concrete foundations. Peter Grenier of Massachusetts spent three years there before establishing his own construction company. New Hampshire resident Peter Grenier built six new single-family homes and renovated numerous others. He spent four years refurbishing and building new homes in the Palm Beach-Ft. Lauderdale area. Peter Grenier, originally from Massachusetts, migrated to Bedford, New Hampshire, in 2011 and launched Wicked Good Woodworks, a cabinet and restoration company. He previously served as the firm's CEO for ten years. In Massachusetts, Peter Grenier sells and installs cabinetry, renovates single- and multi-family homes, and builds new homes. Peter Grenier, a New Hampshire resident, is an automobile enthusiast who also enjoys golfing, boating, and jet skiing.
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