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Project: Belmont 14567 Status: Design
Scope of Work: Construct Fleet Fueling Facility at intersection of NH 106 and Brown Hill Road
(Consolidates existing facilities in Loudon, Belmont, and Gilford)
Contact: Ronald Grandmaison, P.E.
Ronald.Grandmaison@dot.nh.gov
Telephone: (603) 271-6198
Purpose and Need: The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (the “NHDOT”) owns and operates a
portfolio of 92 motor fuel facilities (the “Portfolio”) across the State of New Hampshire (the “State”) which consists of 131 diesel and unleaded tanks (4 aboveground, 127 underground). Located predominantly at Highway Maintenance Patrol Section properties (“patrol sheds”), the facilities provide fuel to support NHDOT highway and turnpike maintenance operations, other highway fund operations including the Highway Patrol, other NHDOT and State agency needs, municipal activities, and certain non-governmental organizations (“NGOs”). The motor fuel Portfolio includes gasoline dispensing at 38 of the facilities. Every facility dispenses diesel. The sites including gasoline are often referred to as “Automated Sites” given the fuel management infrastructure in place to serve “Out of Department” customers. The majority of the automated sites were built from 1984 through 1987 in response to a 1983 state statute that established the Motor Fuel Inventory Fund (the “Fund”). Created as a revolving fund, the legislative intent appears to have been to have the Fund and associated infrastructure be self-financed through per-gallon fees assessed to customers. Among the stated reasons for the legislation were to create a strategic fuel reserve and to reduce fuel related operating costs.
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