Services/Environmental

Environmental Services Projects

Baron Environmental – Chanel Facility – Piscataway

We provided expedited services for the permitting and closure of underground ethanol storage tanks and the transportation and disposal of non-hazardous liquid waste. Excavated and provided closure of one 5,000 gallon underground ethanol storage tank system; Excavated and provided closure of one 10,000 gallon underground ethanol storage tank system; Removed, transported, and disposed of non-hazardous liquids.

This project provided expedited services in order for the Property Owner to advance the sale of the property. Our services were instrumental in obtaining local, county, and state approvals for the expansion of the facility and we also worked closely with Prime Contractor, environmental consultant and all governmental agency representatives on obtaining a Remedial Action Outcome (RAO) to addressing closure concerns construction issues.

Gateway Family YMCA – Rahway

We assisted and advised our client on environmental requirements and current regulations to complete closure and receive a Response Action Outcome (RAO) for a 10,000-gallon underground storage tank (No. 2 Fuel Oil) based on activities and tasks performed under previous NJDEP regulations. Provided preliminary site investigation services in support of obtaining a Response Action Outcome for a childcare center licensing application with New Jersey Division of Children and Families.

We conducted Environmental Assessments, site Investigative activities and Report, assisted the Client with respect to childcare center and daycare licensing requirements from various agencies, Department of Children and Families, Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), Department of Community Affairs (DCA), Department of Health (DOH) and Department of Education (DOE), as well as final closure for previously removed underground storage tank (UST) system.

Elizabeth Truck Center

Our team assisted in assessing fire damage of the existing office facility, truck center, building and site upgrades internally and externally and advised the Client. We performed boundary, topographical base mapping and prepared various Conceptual Site and Building Plans. Assisted Client with procurement of property to obtain and determine the highest property yield to meet economic objectives. Prepared Preliminary and Final Site Plans, including but not limited to, the design of site grading, sanitary sewer extension, water distribution, utilities, pavement and stormwater management systems. Have a teaming relationship with affiliated specialists to prepare specific materials for design waivers/variance requests. Commenced construction management services to prepare construction contract documents, quality assurance inspections, for construction contract administration activities.

We designed various conceptual site plans in order to generate Preliminary and Final Site Plans for submission, worked with local, state, and federal governmental agencies in order to complete the project tasks, and performed initial environmental conditions analysis to determine potential environmental hazards and/or concerns. Addressed environmentally impacted media, provided environmental and construction assessments, along with estimates for a 8,330 sf building expansion and site development improvements.

Hillside Property Redevelopment

We assisted and advised our client on property redevelopment for a mixed-use site with both a 4-story apartment complex and retail space while performing site engineering, construction administration and environmental services. We prepared a site survey, performed base mapping and prepared various Conceptual Plans in order to develop Preliminary and Final Site Plans. Prepared the design of site grading, pavement, sanitary sewers, water distribution, and stormwater management systems. Commenced NJDEP Division of Water Quality, Treatment Works Application (TWA) and environmental services in order to assist and advise the client on potential environmental concerns as well as assisting in any environmental issues that come about as the result of demolition and/or construction. Have a teaming relationship with affiliated specialists such as architects, geotechnical engineers, governmental agencies, and contractors to prepare specific materials for project design, design waivers and variance requests.

We worked with local, state, and federal governmental agencies in order to complete the project tasks, and performed initial environmental conditions analysis to determine potential environmental hazards and/or concerns. Addressed environmentally impacted media, provided environmental and construction assessments, along with estimates for a mixed-use Project with site development improvements.

Philip’s Educational Partners – Environmental Assessments in Newark and Paterson, NJ

CP was retained to assist and advise client on environmental, geotechnical and architectural matters, as well as site engineering and design for the potential expansion and redevelopment of existing charter schools and proposed eco-community campus within the Newark and Paterson area.

Northwest Morris Canal Greenway – Multiple Towns in Northwest NJ

CP was engaged by local communities and governmental agencies to explore and develop the planning of the Northwest Morris Canal Greenway Project. The project involves the development of a 10-mile trail which would span Sussex and Morris Counties and pass through the townships and boroughs of Roxbury, Hopatcong, Netcong, Stanhope, Byram & Mount Olive. The greenway would expand eco-tourism for Northwest New Jersey, while enhancing access to valued natural resources. The greenway would begin in Waterloo Village and continue eastward to Orben Park. Along this 10-mile route, the greenway would traverse 3 transit stations, multiple village centers and 8 parks. The Northwest portion of this greenway is part of much larger trail, the Morris Canal Greenway, currently in varying stages of development which spans 102 total miles from Philipsburg (Warren County) to Jersey City (Hudson County).

Townhouse & Condominium Redevelopment – Scotch Plains

CP advised client on proposed condominium and townhouse redevelopment strategy and performed environmental and engineering services. Our team conducted Environmental Assessments and Reports, Site Investigations and Remedial Action; Prepared and submitted documents for approval by the NJDEP for the determination of Wetlands; Prepared site plans for proposed condominium and townhouse redevelopment; Site grading, pavement, stormwater management systems, and engineering and Institutional controls to deal with environmentally Impacted media; Assisted with geotechnical services to advise client on subsurface issues; Provided cost estimate services for engineering and environmental tasks; Worked with governmental agency representatives to determine required local, county, and state permits.

Our team prepared redevelopment plans to change a commercial zone to a residential zone for a Condo-Townhouse development; Addressed environmentally impacted media; Provided value environmental and construction assessments and project solutions; Provided environmental, engineering and construction management services for a turnkey package approach.

Chester Township – Environmental Management

CP assisted and advised our client/plaintiff on environmental management and legal aspects related to improper importation of approximately 4,880 cubic yards of soil materials from donor sites. We reviewed and prepared initial limited project summary memorandum; advise on NJDEP regulations, guidance, and standards of care within the industry. We prepared certified statements and conclusions regarding assessment of prior work by others. Advised, provided oversite, and reviewed environmental investigation activities.

CenterPoint Properties – Environmental Services in MD and PA

CP teamed with Atlantic Environmental Consulting Services to perform (i) environmental services and permitting for the removal of underground storage tank and the removal, transportation, and disposal of non-hazardous liquid waste; and (ii) evaluation and recommendation of a cost-effective storm water management design, and the installation of an onsite stormwater management system in conformance with Maryland storm water requirements.

Excavation and closure of underground storage tank in conformance with Pennsylvania State Regulations; removal, transportation, and disposal of non-hazardous liquid waste; review and analyze former plans and reports; state and federal permitting; evaluate project conditions and site constraints in order to effectively meet the needs of the client. The expedited closure of the underground storage tank was completed under budget and our team expedited the permitting, design, and installation of a storm water management system.

Bergen County – Confidential Client

CP assisted and advised client on environmental, engineering and construction management aspects as well as advancing various governmental permits for the proposed improvements and redevelopment of a heating oil distribution facility to an 18,875 sf Industrial – Commercial Flex use along the Hackensack River.

Our team reviewed and prepared Preliminary Environmental Phase I Assessment, Remedial Investigation Reports and performed Remedial Action; Performed limited topographical base mapping and boundary survey services; Prepared various Conceptual Site and Building Plans; Assisted Client with determining Highest and Best Use to meet Project regulatory and economic objectives; Proposed new building for office, warehouse, distribution and assembly areas; Site grading, pavement and stormwater management systems; Provided documentation and materials to governing agencies detailing 100 year flood plain and NJDEP Waterfront Development permit requirements; Teaming relationship with affiliated specialists to prepare specific materials for design waivers/variance requests; Commenced construction management services to prepare construction contract documents, quality assurance inspections, for construction contract administration activities.

 

Additionally, our team was instrumental in obtaining local, county, and state approvals for the expansion of the facility and also worked closely with local governmental agency representatives on addressing various planning and construction issues.