Location: Lebanon, PA Summary: Brickhouse conducted site characterization activities, fate and transport modeling, vapor intrusion modeling, and attainment monitoring to successfully remediate the Site in accordance with the Residential Statewide Health Standard under the Pennsylvania Land Recycling Program.
Location: Philadelphia, PA Summary: Brickhouse facilitated the recycling of an abandoned gasoline filling station into a mixed residential and retail development in the historic Mount Airy section of Philadelphia.
Location: Guthriesville, PA Summary: After a national restoration company failed to cleanup a home damaged by the rupture of a full heating oil tank in the home’s basement, Brickhouse characterized and successfully remediated the home to pre-spill conditions.
Location: Noznesky Junkyard Superfund Site, Kennett Square, PA Summary: Brickhouse completed site investigation and remedial actions at a former junkyard in accordance with the Pennsylvania Special Industrial Area (SIA) designation under the Land Recycling Program. At the time, the site was proposed for commercial development. Due to changing development plans, the owner recently contracted Brickhouse in 2015 to modify the release in accordance with the Site Specific Standard, so the property could be developed for mixed residential and commercial use. Brickhouse continues to work with our client, civil engineer, Municipal officials, PADEP, and EPA towards this goal.
Location: Audubon, NJ Summary: Brickhouse completed environmental due diligence services to help ensure our client could purchase a commercial retail building located within an area-wide PCE groundwater plume without purchasing the liability. The plume is currently being investigated by the NJDEP to identify a source of elevated PCE in groundwater. Existing site conditions were evaluated through a soil boring and temporary well point sampling program which supported evidence that the source was from an offsite upgradient location.