SEPTIC SYSTEM COMPLIANCE
Riverside provided an immediate assistance and completed a site visit and letter certifying compliance with current New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services regulations to meet a federal requirement for real estate closing for a property. Bethlehem, NH
FLOOD ELEVATION CERTIFICATE
After Tropical Storm Irene aftermath, Riverside was retained to estimate the 100 year flood elevation of the Ammonoosuc River in relation to a residence. Carroll, NH
PARKER VILLAGE DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS
Identified drainage problems with landowner and management company and provided recommendations and a plan to address icing of pedestrian walkways and heaving with the access loop road and parking areas. Improvements constructed in the fall of 2013 reduced icing and maintenance costs. Littleton, NH
FIRE TRAINING FACILITY SITE PLAN
Worked as part of the low-bid design build design team with local training representatives on site layout and fill specifications for gravel parking and fill slopes to best suit the facilities needed at 'Ray Burton' Regional Fire Training Center. Bethlehem, NH
WIND PARK CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Provided on-call services and prepared a certified letter to meet funding agency requirements for clearing and grubbing of the maintenance access road and excavation of the wind turbine foundations for a wind park in Coos County.
SEWER SERVICE INSTALLATION
Riverside provided hands on, on-site assistance with installing a sewer service in Woodstock, New Hampshire. Worked with the contractor and municipality for tapping into an existing clay sewer pipe and problem-solved after encountering relic cast iron steam and water mains.
River District Revitalization Committee
Along with riverfront landowners, interested stakeholders, Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce, North Country Council and Town Officials, Jim served as Committee Member and on a Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee for road, sidewalk, utility, and aesthetic improvements along Saranac Street & Mill Street. The goal of this effort was to encourage development along the Ammonoosuc River and compliment the Historic Littleton Downtown. Riverside completed an inventory of existing uses and parking was completed for comparison with Littleton Zoning Ordinance and standard parking requirements.
Highway Department Garage Committee
This Committee was formed to provide a recommendation to the Town of Littleton to address deficiencies, limited work environment and high operation costs of the existing highway garage built in 1958. Committee members included volunteers, highway workers, former town employees, and Town Officials. The proposed replacement project was estimated at $1.2 million and was included in the March 2014 ballot.