Beneficially reusing an existing, environmentally impacted property is one of the best practical examples of sustainability in our business. In many cases, property locations that are attractive for new development have been previously developed, and as a result, they often have environmental impacts that potentially stand in the way. “Location” matters and environmental issues can often be managed in a way that allows redevelopment within your project’s budget. GeoInsight has extensive experience:
We are well-versed in regulatory requirements for Brownfields in New England, and we are experienced with the USEPA’s requirements surrounding American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Phase I All Appropriate Inquiry Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) research, and Community Involvement.
Brownfields projects can be extremely complex, requiring a familiarity with and competency in not only traditional environmental and engineering disciplines, but also in navigating other diverse fields such as real estate market analysis, development feasibility, community outreach, and administrative record organization. GeoInsight’s experience with all aspects of Brownfields projects, technical abilities, commitment to providing cost-effective and practical strategies, and a familiarity with working with multiple stakeholders makes us an important component of your project team.
We strive to maximize the value derived from our client's resources, whether privately or publicly funded. While we base our core professional strengths on strategic environmental and engineering consulting, we recognize that close cooperation and communication with you, the community, the regulators, and other stakeholders are an important factor in achieving Brownfield redevelopment success. We are adept at building consensus and moving the project forward.
GeoInsight is thoroughly experienced in the level of rigor required for investigation and characterization activities necessary to establish a reliable basis for: