W&M conducted Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Phase II Investigations, asbestos surveys, removal of Petroleum Storage Tanks (PSTs), remediation services, regulatory closure at a number of properties at a former electric power generation facility. W&M effectively worked with the TCEQ to obtain regulatory closure certificates for several properties in a heavily developed area of downtown Fort Worth. The downtown campus and Trinity River Vision are considered critical for the future of the area. W&M completed the projects on time and within the proposed budgets. W&M’s expertise with the TCEQ at similar sites was instrumental in the successful completion of this project.
W&M performed a wide range of environmental services for this former copper wire manufacturer while it was still in operation and after it was shut down and ultimately sold to a real estate investor. W&M provided a full range of environmental services to this facility while it was still in operation including development of their SWP3, SPCC plans, asbestos surveys, Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) management, removal and closure of Leaking PSTs (LPSTs), and general regulatory assistance (e. g., waste classification). Following plant shut down, W&M assisted the client with Phase II sampling, remediation of impacted soil, and closure through the TCEQ Correction Action Program. The Site has been cleaned up and closed and ultimately sold to an investor.