- Environmental cleanup will return the community's waterfront to productive use
- A thoughtful, scientifically sound environmental strategy is helping stakeholders to achieve a vision of what is possible for the site
- Phased risk-based environmental remediation actively addresses "hot spots," while allowing enhanced natural attenuation to address other affected groundwater areas
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Risk Assessment Services
Confidential Industrial Client
South Campus, Port of San Diego
A long history of aircraft manufacturing has resulted in environmental impacts at a 59-acre waterfront site purchased by the San Diego Unified Port District. The Port and the City of Chula Vista envision this prime property as part of a revitalized South Bay waterfront, with a mixture of recreational, residential and commercial uses. The site is located within and is part of the 500-acre Chula Vista South Bay Redevelopment Master Plan. The Port and previous property owner, responsible for addressing historical environmental impacts, have adopted an approach that incorporates risk-based site remediation approaches to support and facilitate site use scenarios that will work for all parties.
Haley & Aldrich is performing site-wide risk analyses for various site development scenarios consistent with the South Bay Master Plan. The information developed by this work will inform a redevelopment strategy that links land uses protective of human and environmental health with economic benefits to the community.