Members of the team overseeing installation of the Lake Sunapee region's first pervious concrete parking lot at New London Hospital.
Caption: Members of the team overseeing installation of the Lake Sunapee region's first pervious concrete parking lot at New London Hospital are from left: Robert Faulkner, Martin Risley and Kevin Thatcher of Clough Harbor & Associates LLP; Rick Dwyer and Brad Walker of Engelberth Construction Inc.; Todd French of New London Hospital; Fred DeCamp of Carroll Concrete (in truck); Jeff Galvin, Lavallee Brensinger Architects; Lori Underwood of New London Hospital; Bill Ness of Carroll Concrete; Matt Somero of S&S Concrete; and Jonathan Kuell of Northern New England Concrete. The pervious concrete parking lot is part of the hospital's $21 million renovation and improvement program, which includes a 46,000-square-foot addition. The use of the porous concrete helps recharge groundwater, reduces stormwater runoff and meets U.S. Environmental Protection Agency stormwater regulations.
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|Title Annotation:||RESOURCES: health|
|Publication:||New Hampshire Business Review|
|Date:||Nov 23, 2007|
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