KU Resources has completed numerous projects associated with brownfield redevelopment under both Federal and State brownfield programs. Combining our experience with our understanding of the regulatory requirements allows us to more efficiently develop and execute the activities associated with brownfield projects. Not only do we understand the regulatory aspects of brownfield redevelopment, but we also have the ability to coordinate the technical aspects with the applicable agencies. With this, we have developed a clear understanding of which elements of the regulatory programs are “cast in stone” and which ones may be subject to flexibility. Overall, our project approaches allow us to utilize funding more efficiency by limiting time and money on plans and documents and focusing on the actual site characterization and evaluation activities.
Through our extensive brownfield experience, we have learned that understanding our client’s intended property reuse at the beginning is key to developing project-specific strategies and goals. In addition to understanding our client’s end goal, we must also evaluate site remediation and property development issues throughout the project to minimize environmental costs and protect human health and the environmental.
Brownfield redevelopment has been a primary focus of KU Resources since its inception. Our dedication to risk-based site remediation allows our staff to create innovative and cost-effective solutions to environmental concerns consistent with the planned redevelopment of a site.
KU Resources offers the following comprehensive services in brownfield redevelopment:
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)
- Phase II ESAs and Site Characterizations
- Human Health/Ecological Risk Assessments
- Environmental Design and Remediation
- Site Design and Redevelopment
- Construction Management
- Post-Remediation Care
- Funding Assistance
We are committed to helping you:
- Identify/prioritize potential redevelopment sites
- Achieve timely, cost-effective solutions
- Scientifically address human health and ecological risks
- Acquire funding for brownfield activities, as available
- Renew underutilized properties
- Create community opportunities