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Lisa M. Martin, P.E., is the President and CEO of the firm.
Ms. Martin has over 20 years of experience in civil and structural engineering and project management.
Her experience includes design and rehabilitation of numerous types of buildings, rehabilitation and replacement of municipal and state bridges, civil support services, hydraulic analyses and drainage design, retaining walls, dams, hydroelectric power facilities, and restoration of historic structures.
Lisa M. Martin, P.E.
Quantum Construction Consultants, LLC
27 Locke Road
Concord, NH 03301
Lisa Martin (Bridge ...
Lisa Martin (Bridge Engineer, Quantum-CC),
Mr. Houseworth acknowledged the presence of Mr. Pitsas and Ms. Martin
(engineering consultants to the TOA) and thanked them for coming.
The lifespan of metal pipes was discussed and Ms. Martin
reiterated that metal pipes are considered short term and the NH DOT now recommend a culvert designed to have a 75-year life span.Ms. Martin
says that the Town of Antrim has an inordinate number of bridges for such a small town (19 bridges), costing $6.5 million dollars over the next 5 years, and any bridge or road that the TOA is going to adopt, and take over to maintain, should be designed and constructed to last 75 years.
Dec 04 2012 Principal Consultant ...
Dec 04 2012 Principal Consultant Lisa Martin was removed
Dec 04 2012 Chief of Staff Lisa Martin was added
In'Ex Homes, LLC - Discrepancy ...
In'Ex Homes, LLC - Discrepancy regarding the Dam Review Services provided by Quantum - Mr. Marrotte does not want to pay the invoice for the engineering bridge inspection conducted by Lisa Martin (Quantum Construction Consultants, LLC) for his conditionally approved major subdivision proposal off the south side of Pleasant Street in Antrim.
In retrospect, Mr. Houseworth felt that it would have been better if the dam review had been sanctioned by the applicant and the Planning Board before Ms. Martin's
services were rendered.
After a lengthy discussion, a motion was made by Mr. Koziell that Mr. Marrotte not be held responsible to pay for the dam review, provided by Ms. Martin