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NH DOT Project - Merrimack 10136D
Merrimack, NH

Severino was awarded this $9,854,762 contract in the fall of 2023 with a completion date scheduled for October 2026.  Project is located at the intersection of Continental Boulevard and NH Route 101A in Merrimack, NH.  Primarily an intersection improvement and utility project partnered with Pennichuck Water District and Merrimack Village District.

Highlights:

Improvement and expansion of two major signaled intersections.  This will increase traffic flow through this very important intersection in Merrimack.  Utility relocations will be at the forefront of the project in order to accommodate the widening.  Several utility poles, duct banks and gas mains will need to be relocated this year.  In the 2025 season, relocation of a major 24" water transmission main will take place to make room for the drainage improvements.  As a result, an ancillary 20" water main will also be impacted and moved.  Finally the road work will start in 2026 for an end of October finish.

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Brian S. McCarthy Middle School
Nashua, NH

Severino Trucking Co., Inc. contracted with Harvey Construction of Bedford, NH to perform site work for a school and athletic facility for the Nashua School District. Facility details include a 103,320 sf of a three-story building, 1000’ access road, running track, one multi-purpose athletic field, baseball and softball fields and a basketball court.  Severino broke ground in April of 2022, 6 months late due to permitting issues, which created a fast-paced project to meet the school opening fall of 2024.

The $8.5M contract includes the following:

75,000 cy of excavation
85,000 cy of embankment
40,000 cy of imported sand and gravels
4,000 cy of ledge removal
2,520 lf of footing excavation and backfill
2,265 lf of sewer piping
6,815 lf of drainage piping
5 Stormtech drainage systems
2,450 lf of water utilities
5 Redirock retaining walls
8,000 lf of granite curbing
4,600 tons of paving

 

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Yoken's Townhomes
Portsmouth, NH

In April of 2023, Severino Trucking, under agreement with Green & Company of North Hampton, NH, began the site work and off-site improvements for Yoken's Townhomes.  Located in Portsmouth, NH, this project is made up of 5 three-story buildings for a total of 32 townhome units.  Our contract consists of demolition and removal of an existing building, ledge removal, installation of an 8" water main and an 8" sewer main, installation of stormwater pipe and manholes to include three underground infiltration systems, underground electrical and site lighting, granite curbing and concrete walkways.

The project also includes offsite improvements which consists of replacing an 8" existing watermain with a 12" watermain, upgrades to sidewalks to include the installation of a pedestrian actuated crossing assembly, community landscape area that includes tree plantings, walkways, benches and lounge chairs.

Yoken's Townhomes is scheduled for completion in December, 2023.

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The Edge
Manchester, NH

The Edge apartment complex is a 160-unit project being built on the banks of the Merrimack River in Manchester, NH.  Contracting the site work with Brady-Sullivan Properties, Severino Trucking started this project in July of 2023.  Project highlights include the following:

  • 7,000 cy of loam strip and removal

  • 25,000 cy of earthmoving

  • 2,500 cy of structural fill

  • 5,000 cy of gravel placement

  • 2,000 tons of paving

  • Two underground drainage detention systems

  • Redi-Rock retaining wall

  • 120 lf pipe jacking sleeve under railroad tracks

  • 2,800 lf of water, sewer and drainage piping

Expected completion is fall of 2024.

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Bayberry Commons
Rochester, NH

Bayberry Commons is a 30-acre development consisting of 25 buildings, ranging from 6 and 8 rental units per building.  27,000 cy of earth will be moved and placed for subgrade of the roadway along with 35,000 cy of ledge to be blasted and processed for structural fill under the buildings and select gravels for the roadway subbase.  The utility infrastructure accommodates 2,000 lf each of sewer, water, gas and underground electric that tie into the city systems.  The drainage system consists of 1,700 lf of piping between 27 catch basins and drain manholes that outfall into 3 gravel wetland basins totaling 40,000 sf in size.

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