Sanborn Head Celebrates the Opening of Broad Street Parkway
NASHUA, NH Vern Kokosa, P.E., and Kate Emma Schlosser, P.E., of Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. (Sanborn Head) attended the dedication ceremony in celebration of the official opening of Broad Street Parkway in Nashua, New Hampshire, held by the city of Nashua, New Hampshire.
Kokosa said, "I get satisfaction from events like these that celebrate new infrastructure rising from the ashes of abused urban ground."
Emceed by Mayor Donnalee Lozeau, this was a celebration of 50 years of hard work by citizens of Nashua, and people at the State and Federal levels to get funding.
Sanborn Head was recognized as one of the engineering firms that contributed to this highly successful project for more than three years. Sanborn Head worked with the city of Nashua to manage more than 25,000-cubic-yards of asbestos-contaminated soil, develop technical specifications for management of contaminated soil and groundwater, develop management strategies for underground storage tanks and urban fill encountered in the Millyard, provide construction and administrative observation, and perform Phase I environmental site assessments and HBM surveys. Sanborn Head continues to provide environmental consulting support for this project as it nears completion.
Also in attendance were U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, new NHDOT Commissioner Victoria Sheehan, former Congressman Charlie Bass, State Senator Bette Lasky, former mayors Don Davidson and Bernie Streeter, City Engineer Steve Dookran, Former City Engineer and Overall Project Manager John Vancor.