Brownfields Redevelopment

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines a brownfield site “as any land in the United States that is abandoned, idled or underused because redevelopment and/or expansion is complicated by environmental contamination that is either real or perceived.” Thousands of Brownfields sites across the U.S. are suitable properties for redevelopment and new life. These sites are typically subject to existing environmental contamination or other conditions that have prevented property transactions and/or development, thus leaving the sites abandoned and blighted. These sites are most often associated with historical manufacturing; dry-cleaning operations; gas stations and fuel terminals; chemical plants; landfills, and other places where chemicals were present in significant quantities and ultimately resulted in releases to the environment, causing impacts to soil and groundwater.

McGinley is an experienced consultant and the only partner you need to navigate the challenges of a brownfield site. We’ve worked with various public and private entities to develop and implement solutions to reach cost-efficient regulatory closure and achieve redevelopment goals. McGinley is currently contracted with the State of Nevada and the City of Reno as their Brownfields Program Consultant.

Our Brownfields services include:

  • Target Property Identification
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
  • Phase II ESA and Subsurface Investigations
  • Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Delineation
  • Site Remediation
  • Hazardous Materials Assessment and Sampling (chemicals, asbestos, lead, etc.)
  • Abatement and Cleanup Support for Hazardous Materials
  • Funding and Grant Support