The CLD Municipal Services Team offers a variety of professional engineering services to cities and towns such as municipal roadway design, water and wastewater engineering, landfill closure, solid waste transfer station design, storm drainage analysis, planning board reviews and construction administration. The Municipal Team is experienced in assisting communities with fund procurement, grant applications and the administration of Community Development Block Grants, NHDOT Municipally Managed Projects and NHDES funds and Tax Increment Financing Districts.

CLD can assist community administrations with the development of ordinances and regulations and making public presentations on a wide variety of issues relevant to local officials and residents. Design services offered to communities range in scope and magnitude from replacement of simple culverts or reclamation of a town road to design and construction administration/inspection of multi-million dollar projects, such as the closure of a municipal landfill and/or construction of a municipal transfer system.

Our Municipal Services include:
• Municipal Roadway Design and Transportation Planning
• Construction Administration, Oversight and Inspections
• Planning Board Reviews and Applicant Submittal Reviews
• Resident Engineering
• Grant and Loan Application Assistance and Administration
• Landfill Closure Design
• Post Closure Monitoring
• Transfer Station Design
• Water and Wastewater Engineering
• Storm Drainage Design
• Stormwater Master Planning
• EPA Stormwater Planning and Compliance Assistance
NH DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
EXIT 5 INTERCHANGE RECONSTRUCTION AND GRANITE STREET INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS. MANCHESTER, NH
CLD performed preliminary and final design of an urban interchange (Single Point Diamond Interchange) including 1.1 miles of I-293 approach work and construction of a new 227-foot single span bridge.
DERRY DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENTS
TOWN OF DERRY, NH
The Town of Derry wished to draw potential businesses and consumers to the Downtown area and revitalize Broadway by improving the visual streetscape. The Town, through its Capital Improvements Program, appropriated $1 million for the project
SIDEWALK DEVELOPMENT PLAN
TOWN OF WELLS, ME
The Town of Wells employed CLD to develop plans to present future sidewalk alignments along the US Route 1 (from Drakes Island Road to the Public Library) and ME Routes 9/109 (from the intersection of US Route 1 to Exit 2 of I-95) corridors.
Emerson Road Intersection, Milford, NH
Gaslight District Revitalization, Manchester, NH
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