Brown and Caldwell project and technical leaders worked with regulators, municipal authorities and community groups to win approval for the plan to transform a 30-acre metals manufacturing site into a high school sports complex. The plan protected sewer and water lines, rerouted stormwater, and developed engineered barriers and caps where soil could be treated.
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