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Hazardous Building Materials - Boca Raton, Florida

Whitestone managed the abatement of asbestos containing materials in support of proposed renovations at a childcare facility in Boca Raton, Florida.

Environmental & Hazardous Building Materials - Southeastern, Pennsylvania

Whitestone provided pre-demolition and demolition-phase remediation and consulting services during industrial site decommissioning in southeastern Pennsylvania. The project included aboveground storage tank and associated equipment cleaning and removal from the upper floors of multi-story buildings, evacuating powdered resin silos, air monitoring and reporting during asbestos abatement, soil characterization and NPDES consulting, waste management, and regulatory reporting services.

Hazardous Building Materials - Boca Raton, Florida

Whitestone conducted asbestos surveys and lead-based paint evaluations for parts of Boca Raton Airport to accommodate demolition and redevelopment of three hangars.

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.

Environmental, Hazardous Building Materials, Geotechnical & Construction Inspection – Chelsea, Massachusetts

Whitestone provided environmental, hazardous building materials, geotechnical engineering, and construction inspection services for redevelopment of a former industrial property in Chelsea, Massachusetts to a new Hampton Inn located directly across Second Street from the Mystic Mall. The former 25,500-square feet industrial building was demolished to enable construction of the new 106 room, multi-story hotel.

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, Hazardous Building Materials & Construction Inspection – Newark, New Jersey

Whitestone provided environmental, geotechnical, hazardous building materials and construction inspection for a student housing development in Newark, New Jersey which included construction of a 13-story student dormitory building with retail space at the ground level, a six story student dormitory building, and a five-story parking deck.

Environmental, Geotechnical, Hazardous Building Materials & Construction Inspection – Bronx, New York

Whitestone provided environmental, geotechnical, hazardous building materials and construction inspection services for a self-storage redevelopment of a former lumber yard facility at the foot of the Fordham bridge on the Harlem River in the Bronx, New York. Whitestone developed a unique solution consisting of removing a limited portion of soil equivalent to the proposed building weight and replacing it with high strength geofoam blocks capable of supporting the building weight.

Environmental, Geotechnical & Hazardous Building Materials – Hunts Point, New York

Whitestone provided environmental and geotechnical engineering services for the proposed Anheuser-Busch facility in Hunts Point, New York. This involved designing foundations, coordinating the reuse of Processed Dredge Material for backfill, and addressing residual environmental contamination through a passive vapor mitigation system. Additionally, Whitestone conducted surveys for asbestos containing materials in a structure slated for demolition as part of the site redevelopment.

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.