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EBC Ascending Professionals Program:

Prime Tanning Brownfields Project A Case Study


Welcome
Jackson Bailey
Communications & Marketing Coordinator
Environmental Business Council of New England

Environmental Business Council of New England


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Welcome to the University of New Hampshire
Griffin Parodi
Program Co-Chair

Engineering Student
Environmental & Water Resources Institute
University of New Hampshire

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Thank you to our Sponsors

Environmental Business Council of New England


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Program Introduction & Overview

Harrison Roakes Danielle Sylvia


Program Co-Chair Program Co-Chair

Senior Project Engineer Environmental Engineer


Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Golder Associates, Inc.

Environmental Business Council of New England


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Capital Regional Development Council
Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund

Stephen Heavener
Executive Director
Capital Regional Development Council

Environmental Business Council of New England


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Capital Regional
Development Council
Manages an EPA RLF with a balance of $590,000
Can write low interest loans to eligible Brownfields
Projects throughout New Hampshire
Excellent Terms
Must write loans by September 30, 2018
Capital Regional
Development Council
Stephen Heavener, Exc. Director
(603) 496-1875
sheavener@crdc-nh.com
For More Info.
or
Liz Sweeney, Sr. Loan Officer
(603) 369-6000
esweeney@crdc-nh.com
Prime Tanning Brownfields Project
- A Case Study

Scott Knightly, Founder and CEO, EnviroVantage


David Massaro, Senior Project Manager, EnviroVantage
Rip Patten, Vice President, Credere
Rick Vandenberg, Senior Project Manager, Credere

Environmental Business Council of New England


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Prime Tanning Brownfields Project A Case Study
Proactive Community Based Cleanup & Redevelopment

EBC Ascending Professionals Program


UNH Kingsbury Hall (S145)
November 30, 2017

Presented By:
Go Go to Class and Take Notes

Do Do Homework at least 1 Day Before It is Due

5 Keys to Do Do Suggested Problems at least 1 Day before Exam

Success in
College Get Get Help from Techer or Tutor in Problem Areas you Dont
Understand

Show Show Gratitude to Those Who Help You on the Way


1. Find Your Passion
2. Make Work a Game
3. Work Harder than Anyone
Crederes Else
4. Take Risks / Push Boundaries /
Journey to Fail
Prime 5. Focus on Goals / Eliminate
Distractions
6. Have High Standards
1. From your seat 32 years ago
to speaking in London at the
World Demolition Summit last
EnviroVantages month
Journey to 2. Think out of the box
Prime 3. Take risks challenge yourself
4. Gain experience
5. Develop relationships
What is a Brownfields Site?
Means real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or
reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or
potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant,
or contaminant.
Brownfields Funding Types
EPA Assessment Grants (up to $300K per parcel)
EPA Cleanup Grants (up to $200K per parcel)
EPA Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) sub-grants (up to $200K per
parcel)
EPA RLF Loans (unlimited $$ - rates/terms can be negotiated)
EPA Community Development Block Grant funds
Other Brownfields Examples?
What to Do?

Prime Tanning 2013 Prime Tanning 2018


Public-Private Partnerships (P3)
Developer
Gets a cleaned up property ready for redevelopment
Doesnt have to spend his own $$
Community
Can apply for public assistance (i.e. EPA money)
Involvement helps move the redevelopment along faster
Ensures that there is a win-win relationship!!!
How Did Prime Get off The Ground?
A project champion Envision Berwick and its many members!!
Development of a P3 that allow the town to acquire Prime
$1,200,000 in EPA Brownfields Grants!
$600,000 in Supplemental Brownfields Sub-Grants from SMPDC
RLF
Dedicated Brownfields engineers and contractors!
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2

Prime 3
4
Subdivision
Tanning
7

5
6
Demolition Design: October 2015 - April 2016
Building Demolition: September 2016
Building Demolition: September 2016
Building Demolition: September 2016
Building Demolition: September 2016
Building Demolition: September 2016
Building Demolition: September 2016
Prime Tanning Project Waste
Phase 1- 740,777 metric tons (Metal Recycling)
601 tons General Waste
8 tons Asbestos

Phase 2- 763,520 lbs = 336 metric tons (Metal Recycling)


1,982 tons General Waste
8 tons Asbestos
6 tons Fly Ash (Stack)
Stack Demolition Video
Slab Removal: April 2017
Slab Removal: April 2017
Slab Removal: April 2017
Test Pitting Work: May 2017
Test Pitting Work: May 2017
Temporary Cover System: On-going
Temporary Cover System: On-going
Time Lapse Footage
Discovery of a Petroleum Issue: June 2017
Underground Storage Tank Discovery
Environmental Work Remaining
Removal/Disposal of Saturated Petroleum Soil
Confirmatory Sampling
Cleanup Report to Maine DEP including Soil Man. Plan
& Environmental Covenant for the property
Design & Cleanup lot 133 and Blue Sort lot
1
2

Prime 3
4
Temp. Cover Subdivision
Tanning System

6
Master Planning Work June to Aug 2017
Renderings
Master Planning Work
Renderings
Master Planning Work
Renderings
THANKS!!
EnviroVantage Credere Associates, LLC
Scott Knightly Rick Vandenberg, PG, CG
Dave Massaro Rip Patten, PE, LSP, LEED-AP
(800)640-5323 (207) 828-1272
ScottK@EnviroVantage.com rickv@crederellc.com
DavidM@EnviroVantage.com rpatten@crederellc.com
Panel Discussion
Stephen Heavener, Capital Regional Development Council

Scott Knightly, EnviroVantage

David Massaro, EnviroVantage

Rip Patten, Credere

Rick Vandenberg, Credere

Environmental Business Council of New England


Energy Environment Economy
EBC Ascending Professionals Program:

Prime Tanning Brownfields Project A Case Study