Under covered work

Isaac Jenson, left, and Randy Buzzell, right, of Isaac’s Excavating and Construction, work on their second day of a project to install a 10 inch ductile iron sewer line under the Packard Hill Covered Bridge in Lebanon, N.H., on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. About 900 feet of sewer line will be rerouted and replaced with PVC in underground sections from its current location passing under the Mascoma River to the new crossing under the bridge. A corroded section of the original pipe dating from the 1980s, which connects Enfield’s sewer main to Lebanon, was repaired in 2022. Traffic is scheduled to be detoured around the bridge until May 20. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Isaac Jenson, left, and Randy Buzzell, right, of Isaac’s Excavating and Construction, work on their second day of a project to install a 10 inch ductile iron sewer line under the Packard Hill Covered Bridge in Lebanon, N.H., on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. About 900 feet of sewer line will be rerouted and replaced with PVC in underground sections from its current location passing under the Mascoma River to the new crossing under the bridge. A corroded section of the original pipe dating from the 1980s, which connects Enfield’s sewer main to Lebanon, was repaired in 2022. Traffic is scheduled to be detoured around the bridge until May 20. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Valley News – James M. Patterson

Published: 04-29-2024 4:23 PM

Modified: 04-29-2024 8:16 PM


Isaac Jenson, left, and Randy Buzzell of Isaac’s Excavating and Construction, work on their second day of a project to install a 10-inch ductile iron sewer line under the Packard Hill Covered Bridge in Lebanon on Wednesday. About 900 feet of sewer line will be rerouted and replaced with PVC in underground sections from its current location passing under the Mascoma River to the new crossing under the bridge. A corroded section of the original pipe dating from the 1980s, which connects Enfield’s sewer main to Lebanon, was repaired in 2022. Traffic is scheduled to be detoured around the bridge until May 20.

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