West Alton Marina Phase 1
Is one of Nutter’s largest projects to date. It requires approximately 50,000 cubic yards of blasting and crushing, 100,000 cubic yards of cut and fill, and over a mile of utility trench. The first phase of this project is scheduled to take 21 months and consists of processing the aggregate necessary to develop the 17-acre site. This entails cutting and filling the project to subgrade and the installation of all detention ponds, drainage pipe and utilities. Once the site is to subgrade, six buildings totaling just under 170,000 square feet, will be constructed. Nutter Enterprises has already been retained for Phase II, which is scheduled to run concurrently with Phase I starting winter of 2020.
Vault Motor Storage Belmont
Vault Motor Storage is a 129,000 square foot multi-level secure storage facility on Route 106 in Belmont, New Hampshire. The project consisted of a large cut and fill of on-site material to achieve subgrade, bringing in town water and sewer from the street and on-site drainage structures and detention ponds. The foundation excavation was substantial as was the backfill due to the onsite materials being unsuitable with over 70% passing the 200 on the sieve analysis. Duration of the project was 18 months.
28 Stone Road Quarry
This is Nutter’s base of operation and main aggregate facility located off Rt 106 in Belmont NH with easy access to the Lakes Region. The property encompasses approximately 225 acres and was purchased by the company’s founders Ken and Lynn Nutter in the mid 1960’s. This location offers a wide range of aggregate products such as NH 304.4, 304.5, 304.6 stone base products, drainage sand, crushed stone, screened loam and bark mulch. We also take stumps and concrete for a fee and asphalt at no charge. Nutter recycles this waste into usable products from stump grindings for erosion control to a manufactured gravel that meets the 304.2 specification. See our price list for all we have to offer.
Bank of NH Pavilion
The second large scale project we’ve completed for this Lakes Region attraction. This large parking lot required blasting and processing of material on site complicated by a very tight timeline. Work began the first week of February and was completed the week before Memorial Day to accommodate the venue’s first show of the year. Approximately 20,000 cubic yards of ledge was blasted and crushed on site to make all gravels necessary for construction. Nutter bought back or sold the surplus aggregate saving BNHP almost 10%.
This large clay-lined detention pond was required to handle the storm water runoff of the area’s largest transfer station. Our Trimble GPS guided equipment shines in these applications where multiple levels of varied materials must be layered in precise increments.
Circle Storage Epping
The second large self-storage facility we’ve completed for this customer. Work was done throughout the winter getting multiple concrete pads and foundations prepared for construction with paving completed the following Fall. We used ground heaters in the Spring to pull frost out of the ground to expedite construction.
Taylor Community Volpe Way
One of many projects Nutter has completed for this retirement community. The 4-acre site was cleared for six single family homes and the construction of Volpe Way. The scope encompassed foundation excavation, installation of city water, sewer, drainage and underground electric, paving, curbing, machine placement of loam. In addition, a “community pavilion” was constructed concurrently on an adjacent parcel on property consisting of a porous pavement parking lot, pavilion structure, shuffleboard and golfing amenities requiring its own septic system.
South Down Shores Harvest Lane
This two-phase subdivision located in one of the Lakes Regions most exclusive developments was completed over the course of two years as the developer sold off lots pushing the expansion. City utilities (water, sewer, electric) were brought into the site, the most challenging being the sewer main was in close proximity to approximately 400’ of wetlands.
Paugus Bay Marina
This large boat storage facility is slated for a total of five buildings requiring a large cut and fill. Phase I consisted of two 12,000 sf buildings that required blasting for the foundations. Approximately 500’ of access road and subsequent paved parking/storage areas, underground electric, drainage, catch basins and a large detention pond.
Mountain View Yacht Club Gilford
Our fifth project at this location under a very tight timeline requiring all work to be completed in the winter months. Sea wall demolition and installation prep, building relocation, drainage, sewer force mains, water and electrical services for each dock. Thousands of cubic yards of unsuitable soils were removed and after working with a Geotechnical Engineer base gravels applied with a geo grid layered in lifts. Paving and landscaping completed on schedule.
Loon Pond Road Gilmanton
Several thousand feet of road restoration for the Town of Gilmanton including ditch construction with underdrain, regrading and adding gravel to the road and large tree removal. Nutter was retained for both phases of this work which was completed over a two-year period.
Irwin Marine Union Ave. Laconia
One of a dozen or so projects completed for Lake Winnipesaukee’s largest marina operation. This parking lot rehabilitation took place at Irwin’s main facility located on Paugus Bay. Work consisted of the removal of a train rail system, excavation and removal of asphalt, sub soils, drainage and retaining walls. Finished with geo grid under 304.4 gravel and 4” of new asphalt. Project was completed in a matter of weeks without interrupting marina operations.