February 2017
Sanborn Head Proud to have been a Part of the Schiller Station Project The Northern Wood Power biomass unit at Eversource Energy’s Schiller Station in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is featured in the January 2017, BIOMASS Magazine. Sanborn Head is proud to have been part of the Schiller Station project, check out page 10 to learn more: https://issuu.com/bbiinternational/docs/jan17-bmmFollow Sanborn Head on
February 2017
Sanborn Head's Joan Fontaine Presents at the EUEC 2017 Conference Sanborn Head's Energy Leaders, Michael Nicoloro and Joan Fontaine attended the Energy, Utility and Environment Conference (EUEC), February 8-10, 2017. Joan Fontaine gave a presentation on Modular LNG: Alternative Back-up Energy Supply for Power Generations.Abstract: Resilience is becoming increasingly more important for those plant managers in the power generation arena in dealing with RTO/ISO “pay for performance” penalties. Whether it’s a coal-fired power plant requiring natural gas for start...
February 2017
Sanborn Head Welcomes Key New Hire Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. (Sanborn Head) of Concord, N.H. is proud to announce the addition of Russell Abell, P.G. of South Berwick, M.E. as a senior leader in the firm’s industrial client service area.     Russ has joined Sanborn Head’s Concord, N.H. office in the role of Vice President.  He is a professional geologist with over 18 years of varied experience in contaminant hydrogeology, remediation and due diligence with a focus on litigation support and non-...
February 2017
Sanborn Head Supports the Boston Women’s Workforce Sanborn Head is proud to be supporting and a signing member of the Boston Women’s Workforce 100% Talent Compact. Follow this link for more information about the Boston Women's Workforce Council: http://www.bostonwomensworkforcecouncil.com  Follow Sanborn Head on
January 2017
Eric Steinhauser, P.E. Elected to Represent NH Sanborn Head’s Eric Steinhauser, P.E., was elected by the International Erosion Control Association, Northeast Chapter to represent the Granite State.  The industry association is the leader for stormwater, erosion and sediment control.  Members such as Eric, benefit from a unique network of specialists who are capable of solving a broad range of problems caused by soil erosion and its by-product—sediment.  On behalf of New Hampshire, Eric will be contributing by offering...

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