Brownfields

Adaptive Site Reuse and Brownfield Redevelopment

We provide geotechnical and civil engineering and environmental consulting experience that can help you manage the often-complex issues that arise on brownfields projects in ways that allow reuse/redevelopment that meets your goals and budget. We are known for our ability to develop creative and practical solutions to achieve compliance with environmental regulations, and for managing environmental issues in ways that are consistent with the property’s proposed end use.

Whether privately or publicly funded, whether this is your first brownfields redevelopment or your hundredth, our experts can complement your internal team helping you select cost-effective and practical strategies that work.

Our experts can help you can help evaluate funding options and select cost-effective and practical strategies that work.

Regulatory Familiarity

We guide projects from due diligence through permitting and construction. We know the state and federal regulatory requirements for brownfields and can help you navigate technical, funding, regulatory, and community involvement components of your redevelopment. We approach each project with the end in mind. For us, this means identifying the most technically feasible and cost-efficient solutions to achieve project completion and closure. For you, this means we will find ways to make your brownfields project a reality.

Our Versatile Team

Brownfields projects can be extremely complex, requiring a familiarity with and competency in traditional environmental and engineering disciplines, as well as analysis of real estate markets, integration of sustainable practices, evaluating feasibility of development, successful community outreach, identifying government funding mechanisms, and administrative record organization. Our team of experts can help your project become the success you envision. 

Featured Services

  • Due diligence
  • Subsurface investigation
  • Risk assessment
  • Vapor intrusion assessments
  • Remediation
  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Civil engineering 
  • Construction engineering
  • Water quality engineering
  • Hazardous building materials management
  • Water supply
  • Public presentations