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The Company

Who We Are

Since 2004, we have been working to plan, design, and build practical, comfortable, high performance homes. We embrace the uniqueness of every project, big or small, and strive to provide every client with a wholly cooperative experience. Whether you are remodeling or building new, we believe that a holistic building approach, one that considers all of your needs and the needs of the environment, is the key to true success. At our core, we believe that how we decide to build will affect you (our clients), future tenants, our community, and the environment. Our goal is to build quality spaces that enhance quality of life, enrich our community, and save the environment - one building at a time. 

Meet The Team

Ted Mead

With over 30 years of experience in residential construction, Ted has been in every nook and cranny of hundreds of homes around New England. He views every project, especially remodels, as an opportunity to learn from the past - to learn from those who have built before us. He enjoys observing 'failures' (such as rotten sills and sagging roofs) just as much as he marvels in the success of a seemingly perfect building from the 1800's. He uses every past observation to design homes with intention - to last for generations, fit with the landscape, minimize waste, and maximize efficiency. He believes that we all have an obligation to contribute something meaningful to society. Bringing foresight to the building process and helping people build sustainably is his favorite way to contribute. 

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Skilled Partners / Tradespeople

Our Integrated Plan, Design, Build process is facilitated by numerous partnerships with the most highly skilled tradespeople in the area. The specialized knowledge base that these people bring to the table is key to the timely, cohesive completion of every project. 

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Green Builders Networking Group

Consists of over 70 Companies throughout New England, all dedicated to the designing and building of High Performance buildings. This group provides an invaluable source of collaboration, knowledge, and peer support.

Our Team

Part-Time Office Manager

Eco-Logical Building Solutions is looking for a Part-time Office Manager to complement our team.

This person should have the following skills:

  • Knowledge of general office procedures

  • Good organizational skills

  • A positive attitude and good interpersonal skills

  • Fundamental understanding of QuickBooks accounting software

  • Competency with office equipment: computers, fax, copier, etc.

  • Competence with Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel software

  • Knowledge of, or willingness to learn social media and Website maintenance as it relates to business networking and marketing.

  • A willingness to learn about the Green Building Trade and be an advocate for Eco-Logical Building Solutions.


This job will start out as a part time position (20-30 hrs./wk.) with potential of turning into a full-time position. Our office is located in rural Marlborough NH. Anyone interested in this position should be willing to work in a quiet, rural, dog friendly setting and will need to have reliable transportation.

If interested please send a cover letter and resume to

Ted Mead



General Description: 

The Carpenters on our team have; the ability to follow specific instructions from a Lead Carpenter, true manual dexterity, a conceptual understanding of wood frame construction, a firm grasp of safety, basic tool use, accurate cutting, basic painting, and framing. A carpenter can read plans, understands basic building science and building envelope details, and is a problem-solver.


Required Tools:

Tool belt, tape, framing hammer, speed square, utility knife, screw drivers, cat’s paw, circular saw, cordless drill set, chalk line, flat bar, jig saw, socket set, advanced cordless kit, sawzall, hand saw, drywall key hole saw, jobsite table saw, 10” sliding compound saw, personal drywall tools, extension cords, step ladder.


Required Attire:

Work gloves, appropriate work clothing and footwear, and basic personal protective equipment (ear protection, safety glasses, respirator, etc).


Skill Set:

  • Ability to take direction, accomplish tasks proficiently and independently.

  • Ability to layout wall framing, floor framing, and limited roof framing and proficient in wall, floor and all but complicated roof framing.

  • Can operate all required tools, table saw and compound miter saw safely and efficiently.

  • Can be involved in all phases of exterior siding and trim.

  • Can lay all phases of hardwood flooring and build and apply interior trim.

  • Can assist in hanging kitchen cabinets, install door knobs, adjust doors, etc.

  • Ability to apply roofing underlayment and finishes.

  • Proficient in door and window installation and flashing procedures.

  • Can perform accurate framing layout.

  • Roofing skills include valleys, edge and ridge cap, and shingles.

  • Understands and can spot, trouble shoot all waterproofing, flashing, underlayment application

  • Proficient in interior trim installation.

  • Proficient in all aspects of drywall installation.

  • Able to hang kitchen cabinets as the lead, including layout, leveling, trouble shooting, room discrepancy solutions.

  • Can paint interior and exterior body and trim proficiently, and neatly.

  • Can cut and install rough and finished stairs alongside a Lead Carpenter.

  • Proficient in safe usage of all ladder, scaffold and harness equipment

  • Can make basic to midlevel material lists for framing, sheathing and trim.

  • Global understanding of all major aspects of construction projects E.B.S performs (as opposed to sequential learning). Involves being able to foresee the next several steps so as not to have to back track, duplicate work, or do unnecessary work due to oversight.

  • Able to give sequential instructions to Apprentices within company protocol.



Dependent on experience. Competitive wage, Tool allowance, Heath Insurance allowance

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