MECC was involved in the re-development of a former gas station on Long Island NY. The site has numerous buried oil tanks that required removal. Over the course of several days, MECC supervised that process and provided the sampling of the soil from around the tank vessels. Upon completion and regulatory sign off from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) the site was converted to a new retail strip mall.
MECC was retained by a local lender to provide a phase one ESA report on a retail strip center with a drycleaner. Upon further study of the site (phase 2 investigation) the soil was impacted with the dry-cleaning solvent tetrachloroethylene (perc) to a depth of approximately 10 feet. MECC supervised the removal of the impacted material to the satisfaction of the Suffolk County Department of Health (SCDOH). Upon completion, a sub-slab depressurization system (SSDS) was installed to protect the occupants from potential vapor intrusion.
MECC was retained by a national lender to provide a phase one ESA on retail shopping center in Queens NY. As the transaction was being fast tracked to meet a quarterly deadline, our team was able to inspect the property, obtain all database and historical information and provide the client a completed report in less than 10 business days. The project represents our ability to mobilize quickly and provide expedited turnaround time to assist our client in meeting their deadline.