W&M has worked on a wide range of projects for a nationally respected law firm and their clients. This work has included real estate due diligence for mergers and aquisitions and regulatory compliance projects. Specific projects have included Phase I ESAs, Phase II Investigations, addressing enforcement issues with the TCEQ, and remediation projects. Working with this law firm required attention to detail and expertise with the fate and transport of potential chemicals of concern in the soil and groundwater.
W&M has performed environmental assessment, remediation and VCP activities at the Fort Worth Opportunity Center property in Fort Worth, Texas (Site). The Site is approximately 4.5 acres in size and developed with three interconnected buildings. A laboratory and other commercial businesses operated on the Site prior to the Fort Worth Opportunity Center.
The Phase I ESA identified RECs on the site, and consequently W&M performed a Phase II investigation of the property. The assessment identified chloroform and trichloroethene (TCE) in both the soil and groundwater. The contamination was addressed through the TCEQ VCP and active groundwater remediation via enhanced vapor recovery.