Trumbull Nelson

This new site for Trumbull-Nelson was a fun project for us as it kicked off us directing a two day photoshoot – traveling to numerous site locations throughout the Upper Valley area in NH and VT. This gave us the much needed imagery to give our client a well designed and image-heavy site that they requested.

The website uses some effective navigation tools in addition to the basic header area – including a featured projects area on the homepage - which randomly pulls and displays featured project images while linking to their more detailed pages. The user can select the category of interest and have the site randomly pull in projects which can give the viewer a quick glance at some of the acheivements completed.

The site uses a custom project manager to make adding new projects easy for the client – where they can create individual image galleries, add content and related information while assigning it to their category of choice.


Custom CMS (Content Management System) Requirements

Like all of our projects, the North Branch site is powered by FIREHORSE CMS - our custom-built content management system that we tailor to the specific needs of each website.

In addition to the standard features of our CMS – giving the client the ability to add/edit/delete pages, we developed a custom project manager component – a vital part of the CMS that makes it easy for the client to edit or create new programs for the organization. With the component, project details, information, images, videos can easily be managed and automatically populated to the site in any category the client chooses.

About Trumbull-Nelson

Founded in 1917, Trumbull-Nelson is one of the largest construction contractors in Northern New England. Our service area covers New Hampshire and Vermont with a concentration of work in the upper Connecticut Valley region of both states. Over several decades, we have established firm and lasting relationships with the architectural and engineering communities as well as the most reputable subcontractors in our region.

Trumbull Nelson