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Superfund site redeveloped into habitat for monarch butterflies

12 months

shaved off project schedule

$2 million

saved with technical refinements

$10 million+

saved in costs


  • Our client needed to clean up a Superfund site near a residential area where various chemicals had been recycled, stored, repackaged, and distributed.
  • Our remediation and construction teams successfully addressed the community’s input and facilitated the site’s redevelopment, which included a creating monarch butterfly habitat and an educational trail.
  • We fostered consensus between our client and regulators, which resulted in a shared vision, significant cost savings, and schedule improvements. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) even includes lessons learned from this project in trainings to show how other sites can implement similar strategies.

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Michael Basel
Michael Basel

Market Leader, Industrial and Manufacturing