Brownfield Project Supervision: Former Auto Body Shop, North Haven, Connecticut (2016)
- Sale of the former auto body shop triggered a Connecticut Transfer Act (Section 22a-134) filing. A minor amount of petroleum contamination was detected in soil directly beneath the building. Impacted soil was removed subsequent to building demolition. Groundwater monitoring is now being conducted to demonstrate compliance with the Connecticut Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs).
Former Auto Body Shop, Portland, Connecticut (2017)
- Performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessment for seller. Past operations included auto body services which would trigger entrance into the Property Transfer Program (Section 22a-134).
Former Manufacturing Site, Milford, Connecticut (2017)
- Performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessment for buyer. Past operations included corrugated paper manufacturing. No evidence was identified that would meet the definition of an establishment under the Connecticut Transfer Act (Section 22a-134); however, a previous Form III and Environmental Condition Assessment Form (ECAF) was filed in 2006. Client was advised to seek legal council regarding regulatory requirements at the time to purchase.
Former Gun Club, Litchfield, Connecticut (2017)
- Performed site inspection of shooting range at a former gun club. Staff conducted field screening for lead. Soil analytical data was reviewed and addition remediation was recommended. Additional soil analysis is pending.