The liability and risk of owning/financing an environmentally impaired site or building can be greatly reduced with our Due Diligence services.
- Brownfield Redevelopment
- Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)
- CERCLA Investigations and Reporting
- Remediation Design and Implementation Services
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Assessments
- Property Condition Assessments (PCAs)
- Spill Control & Countermeasure Plans (SPCC)
- Underground Storage Tank Investigations (UST)
- Wetlands Determination
- Wetlands Delineation
- Wetlands Permitting and Mitigation
Property Condition Assessments (PCAs)
Whether you’re evaluating environmental risk on a new purchase or assessing compliance concerns on an existing property, our experienced team delivers complete solutions from Property Condition Assessments to Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs to remediation, UST investigations and removals to wetlands determinations, subslab vapor testing to vapor intrusion mitigation, and brownfields redevelopment.
Multi-Phase Wernert Center Expansion
The Thomas M. Wernert Center is a mental health recovery and support center named in honor of Tom Wernert, who was the executive director of the Lucas County Mental Health Board for 30 years until he passed away in 1999. The 12,500-square-foot expansion of the Center by S2F Corp. included the purchase of an adjoining property, a former gas station property on Ashland Avenue., demolition, and vacating an alleyway. TTL completed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) a Phase II ESA, a geophysical survey to locate former nderground storage tanks (UST), an asbestos survey of the existing building, and UST removal for two potential USTs located on the property. S2F Corp approached TTL for additional work including building demolition oversight and site preparation, and hydraulic lift removal. All TTL work was completed on schedule enabling the construction activities to begin.
Wetlands Elevated Walkway Rehabilitation
TTL prepared and obtained the required 404 and 401 permits including mitigation requirements and provided oversight for the construction and repair of an elevated walkway along the Ottawa River, in a Category 3 wetland. In order to construct the elevated walkway, a temporary construction road was required within the Category 3 wetland and the flood plain of the river. The road was constructed with 900 cubic yards of temporary fill covering 0.36 acre and 450 cubic yards of temporary fill and three 72-inch diameter culverts within the Ottawa River to maintain downstream flow.
- Veronica Winkeljohn, P.E., PMP
- Vice President, Environmental Services
- Timothy Pedro
- V.P. Business Development