A commercial client planned to rehabilitate and redevelop a former gas station. To secure financing for the project, the client needed to satisfy both the environmental due diligence and regulatory closure requirements of the lender. The site had a long history of storage tank releases, corrective actions, as well as a recent release of hydraulic oil from underground hydraulic lifts.
RETTEW’s environmental consulting experience and qualifications demonstrated to the client we could guide them through the regulatory complexities needed to quickly achieve closure at the site. Our team of geoscientists provided environmental consultation, completed soil remediation, sampled and analyzed soil and groundwater, submitted an Act 2 final report, and coordinated with state agencies. We achieved closure for the site in an accelerated five-month period, which enabled future development of the site.