Pape-Dawson conducted a Phase I environmental site assessment for the development of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park. The objective of the study was to identify recognized environmental conditions, which are defined as the presence or likely presence of hazardous substances or petroleum products in, on, or at a property. After determining further investigation was needed, a Phase II environmental site assessment was conducted to further investigate initial findings.
Other Hazardous Materials Compliance and Remediation Projects
Cibolo Valley Ranch Phase II
Environmental Site Assessment
We conducted Phase II environmental site assessments of this development site to analyze the impacts of an on-site livestock dipping vat, in preparation for a proposed real estate transaction.
Cole Ranch Affected Property
Pape-Dawson performed environmental services on 2 acres of the Cole Ranch property, including an affected property assessment to determine options for closure of a dip vat site.
Meadow Springs Affected Property Assessment Report
Pape-Dawson’s environmental team conducted an affected property assessment to assess potential impacts to soils or groundwater within the shot-fall zone of this 4-acre former shooting range site.
Vista Ridge Regional Water Supply Project
Pape-Dawson managed environmental services to support construction of this 142-mile potable water line, including Phase I and II environmental site assessments and soil and groundwater management plans.