Project at a Glance
- Whitman completed site remediation and restoration at an auto dealership service garage facility in northern New Jersey.
- An Immediate Environmental Concern (IEC) condition was found at the site and required an expedited remedial strategy to meet NJDEP mandatory timeframes.
Environmental remediation, restoration, auto dealership, IEC, NJDEP, indoor air quality, soil contamination, vapor intrusion investigation, structural engineering
Whitman completed the site remediation and restoration at an auto dealership service garage facility in northern New Jersey.Whitman’s team of environmental professionals conducted soil, ground water and vapor intrusion investigations at the property.
Elevated indoor air contaminant concentrations triggered an Immediate Environmental Concern (IEC) condition at the site, requiring the implementation of an expedited remedial strategy to meet NJDEP mandatory timeframes to mitigate IEC conditions.
Whitman’s sampling efforts identified an area of soil contamination beneath the building floor as the source of indoor air contaminants.
Whitman’s structural engineers designed a support system that allowed the excavation of contaminated soils from depths below the buildings footing while maintaining the integrity of the building.
Whitman provided the remedial services, including excavator/operator, labor and materials to complete soil remediation and site restoration activities.
Sampling of the indoor air in the building following the removal of the soil source showed that the IEC condition was no longer present and Whitman successfully petitioned NJDEP to remove the IEC designation from the site.
CONTAMINATED SOILS IN BASEMENT
SITE RESTORED FOLLOWING EXCAVATION ACTIVITIES