Working fast and efficiently and choosing the right products are key elements in any successful construction job. That was the case recently at Mt. Sunapee Ski Area in Newbury, NH, when resort management decided to replace their 45-year-old septic system, which services the summit lodge atop the mountain. According to Jay Gamble, vice-president and general man-ager at Mt. Sunapee who was the general contractor (GC) of the project, the team chose Presby Environmental, Inc. of Whitefield, NH, to do the work after a year of researching design options.
“When we looked at the solution, we determined that Presby was the best alternative for us because of the high performance of the system,” Gamble said. “The design goes together fast and performs at a high capacity when you have limited space.”
Presby Environmental Inc. opened its doors in 1995 in the small New Hampshire town of Sugar Hill, just north of Fran-conia Notch and west of Mt. Washington. The 25-employee company develops, manufactures, tests, and markets on-site septic system products that are fairly inexpensive and environmentally safe.