Environmental - Brownfield Program

CCRG personnel have experience in remedial investigation, feasibility study and remedial design and implementation work. Much of the work has been conducted under the guidelines of CERCLA and RCRA, as well as other state and federal environmental restoration programs, such as Virginia's Voluntary Remediation Program and Maryland's Voluntary Cleanup Program.

CCRG staff members are safety trained in compliance with 29CFR 1910.120 and Health and Safety Plans (HASP) are prepared in-house at the start of all projects.

Most environmental work has been performed for private sector clients. CCRG personnel use their technical expertise and experience to ensure a thorough and timely site investigation and to develop the most feasible state-of-the-art remedial alternatives.

We have worked on a wide range of environmental concerns at such sites as abandoned manufacturing facilities, active manufacturing plants, landfills, commercial and residential neighborhoods, surface waters, and unregulated dumping/burial areas.

Our capability to provide environmental services includes:

Remedial Investigation

  • development of site-specific HASP
  • comprehensive environmental sampling
  • multimedia contaminant evaluation
  • contaminant fate and transport modeling
  • risk assessment
  • liaison with regulatory agencies
  • expert witness testimony

Feasibility Study

  • current state-of-the-art remedial options
  • detailed cost estimates for alternatives
  • cleanup criteria and goals
  • expected results for various remedial actions
  • remedial action recommendations

Remedial Design

CCRG has designed and implemented remedial programs that involve the following range of technologies.

Groundwater
  • bioremediation
  • oxidation/dechlorination
  • pump and treat
  • air sparging
Soil
  • controlled excavation
  • aerobic/anaerobic bioremediation
  • vapor extraction
  • biostimulation/bioaugmentation