Project Status

Concord Steam Corporation is proud that since 1938 it has been the provider of locally produced steam heat utilized by downtown businesses and residents including Concord public schools, the city of Concord and many of the State and Federal buildings.

Our current location on Pleasant Street has been our home since 1979 and while this location has proven successful for us and our neighbors, recent events have forced us to explore relocating. Currently, Concord Steam Corporation is in a lease agreement with the State of New Hampshire which is scheduled to expire in 2013. You may have read in the December 17, 2007 edition of the Concord Monitor that we were evaluating several locations in Concord.

After thoughtful planning and extensive research, we have determined the vacant and former Boston and Maine Railroad yard off Langdon Street is a viable location for us to relocate. There is room on this site to properly locate the plant using an environmentally and esthetically sensitive design so the new facility will have little or no impact on the residents and businesses l located in this area.

Recent Articles
Editorial - Concord Monitor (8/26/11)
Concord Steam Power in Pipeline - Concord Monitor (8/25/11)
Steam Plant Deal May Be In Place - Concord Monitor (8/24/11)
My Turn for Concord Monitor - Concord Monitor (5/21/11)
Editorial - Concord Monitor (5/15/11)
New Plant on the Line - Concord Monitor (5/10/11)
Charter Trust Invests in Heated Sidewalks - Concord Monitor (4/18/11)
Steam plant project gets zoning approval - Concord Monitor (2/8/08)
Not Much Steam Over Proposal - Concord Monitor (1/17/08)
Steam plant perfect fit for old railroad yards - Concord Monitor (1/17/08)

We will continue to update this site with developments. For more information please contact Mark Saltsman at 603.224.1461 or email mes@concordsteam.com

Completed Steps

01-16-2009 Temporary Air Permit issued

11/17/08 Site remediation and demolition of building started

06-09-2008 Alteration of Terrain Permit issued

04-16-08 Planning Board approval

03-19-08 Planning Board public hearing

02-20-08 Planning Board accepted application as complete

02-06-08 Zoning Board approval of building height variance

01-30-08 South End Neighborhood meeting

01-14-08 South End Neighborhood meeting