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Environmental & Geotechnical - Mobile, Alabama

Whitestone conducted geotechnical and environmental due diligence investigations in support of redeveloping a former commercial property in Mobile, Alabama as a new convenience store and filling station

Environmental & Geotechnical - Multiple Sites, South Carolina

Whitestone conducted geotechnical and environmental due diligence investigations in support of proposed building expansions at four retail properties in Walterboro, Greenville, Barnwell, and Columbia, South Carolina.

Environmental - Atlanta, Georgia

Whitestone conducted environmental due diligence investigations and provided soil management and health and safety consulting services during renovation of a retail property in Atlanta, Georgia.

Environmental & Geotechnical - Passaic, New Jersey

Whitestone provided environmental and geotechnical due diligence, remedial investigation, dynamic compaction oversight, and remedial action services for the remediation and redevelopment of a former industrial and retail property in Passaic, New Jersey. Pictured is sheet piling being installed to facilitate excavation of PCB-impacted soil in accordance with USEPA-TSCA and NJDEP regulations.

Environmental & Geotechnical - Newington, Connecticut

Whitestone conducted environmental and geotechnical due diligence investigations and provided permitting assistance services in support of the mixed-use redevelopment of this 24-acre former industrial property in Newington, CT.

Construction Inspection - DeWitt, New York

Whitestone provided construction phase testing and inspection services in support of the Canalway Commons Development project in DeWitt, NY including the underground stormwater management facility.

Environmental - Mansfield, Connecticut

Whitestone’s Licensed Environmental Professionals managed soil characterization, underground storage tank closure, and excess soil/fill management efforts in support of the mixed-use redevelopment of this former manufacturing/retail property in Mansfield, CT.

Environmental - Shelby, North Carolina

Whitestone completed Phase I ESA and Phase II SI activities to assess potential impacts from historic and current site operations at a Shelby, North Carolina property slated for acquisition and continued operation as an automotive maintenance and repair facility.

Construction Inspection - Multiple Sites, New Jersey

Whitestone provided construction phase testing and inspections in accordance with NJ Department of Community Affairs and NJ Building Code requirements for renovations at the Whitney Houston Rest Stop (NJ Turnpike), Connie Chung Rest Stop (NJ Turnpike), Joyce Kilmer Rest Stop (Garden State Parkway), and Walt Whitman Rest Stop (Garden State Parkway).

Geotechnical - Babcock Ranch, Florida

Whitestone provided geotechnical investigation and engineering services for a proposed 14-acre retail development in Babcock Ranch, Florida. Babcock Ranch is a solar-powered, sustainable community located approximately 12 miles inland from Fort Myers in southwestern Florida situated on approximately 18,000 acres adjacent to the Babcock Ranch Preserve wilderness preserve.

Environmental - Dothan, Alabama

Whitestone’s Phase I ESA for a retail shopping center outparcel in Dothan, Alabama identified environmental concerns warranting a subsequent Phase II SI that included soil borings/monitoring wells and soil vapor sampling points. A potential vapor intrusion concern revealed within the footprint of the proposed retail building will be addressed via a vapor intrusion mitigation plan.

Hazardous Building Materials - Orlando, Florida

Whitestone conducted a pre-demolition survey for asbestos containing materials (ACM) and evaluation for lead based paint (LBP) for a vacant filling station facility in Orlando, Florida that will be redeveloped as a new convenience store and fueling station.

Geotechnical - Broward County, Florida

Whitestone conducted geotechnical investigation and subsurface exploration for a proposed PDQ restaurant in Broward County, Florida. The proposed redevelopment includes reconfiguring a former bank building, construction a building addition and drive-thru canopy, and installing new pavements and utilities.

Environmental, Geotechnical & Ecological - Central Florida

Whitestone conducted environmental, geotechnical, and ecological due diligence investigations for this large central Florida parcel proposed for mixed-density residential and commercial development. The agricultural site presents significant development challenges including soil impacts from historic pesticide and herbicide use, the presence of manmade and natural wetlands, and an area that had been filled with undocumented, non-native material.

Geotechnical - Brooklyn, New York

Whitestone completed a geotechnical investigation for a proposed elevator and escalator within this Brooklyn, NY retail space to a depth of 85 feet below finished floor. In order to limit disturbance at the active shopping mall from excessive sound and prevent carbon monoxide exposure, electric-powered drilling equipment was employed. Whitestone’s geotechnical recommendations included design parameters for 60-feet long micro-piles to support the proposed escalator and elevator.

Geotechnical – New Rochelle, New York

Whitestone provided a forensic geotechnical evaluation and corrective action to remedy uneven settlement of a wholesale retail facility in New Rochelle, New York. Whitestone’s corrective action design involved construction of a pile/anchor system to support column foundations in impacted portions of the warehouse building. The building remained operational during Whitestone’s investigations and corrective action.

Environmental, Geotechnical, Hazardous Building Materials & Construction Inspection – West Chester County, New York

Whitestone provided geotechnical and environmental consultation from initial due diligence through construction for the Lifetime Fitness Facility redevelopment in Westchester County, New York. Services included recommendations for re-use of marginal on-site soils and building demolition material; Developed landfill disturbance and waste handling plans and provided remediation management oversight, hazardous materials building surveys, and air monitoring; Completed pre-construction and post-construction surveys of adjacent structures within a blasting zone and developed a remote vibration monitoring program; and performed construction phase special inspections.

Environmental, Geotechnical & Construction Inspection – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Whitestone provided environmental, geotechnical, and inspection services on this project from preliminary due diligence phases through construction and project close out for the construction of a nine-story mixed use residential and retail building with a single level below-grade parking garage.

Environmental – Morris County, New Jersey

Chlorinated volatile organic (CVO) contaminants, mainly tetrachloroethene (PCE), were found in soil, groundwater, and indoor air samples near a multi-unit retail strip center, originating from on-site dry cleaners. Whitestone proposed a remediation plan to comply with NJDEP regulations, involving installing a soil vapor extraction (SVE) system and a sub-slab depressurization system (SSDS) for soil and subsurface vapor remediation. The installation of both systems was coordinated to minimize disruption, with the SVE system extracting contaminants through vertical wells, treating them with activated carbon, and discharging treated air to the atmosphere, while the SSDS targeted vapors beneath the building's concrete floor.

Environmental, Geotechnical & Construction Inspection – Hamilton Township, New Jersey

Developers faced significant challenges during the redevelopment of the Hamilton Marketplace, a 220-acre former agricultural site transformed into a major retail center. The initial geotechnical and environmental investigations revealed issues such as shallow mottling, moisture-sensitive soils, and environmental hazards. Whitestone conducted a detailed hydrogeologic analysis, implemented phased stormwater basin construction, and aided the client in successfully reusing the majority of the on-site materials, while still satisfying individual tenant requirements. Whitestone also addressed environmental concerns, developed mitigation plans, provided expert witness testimony, and provided full time construction phase consulting, testing and inspection to ensure the design phase recommendations were properly implemented.

Environmental, Ecological, Geotechnical & Hazardous Building Materials – Paramus, New Jersey

Whitestone conducted environmental and geotechnical due diligence investigations for the proposed retail redevelopment of a commercial property in Paramus, New Jersey. Services including a Phase I ESA, survey for asbestos containing materials, wetlands presence/absence determination, endangered or threatened species evaluation, and geotechnical investigation.