At a former power plant in Chester, Pennsylvania, multiple contaminants, regulatory program overlap and community concerns had stalled redevelopment the 90-acre property for many years. Working with the owner, the community and regulators, Brown and Caldwell gained approval of a more aggressive plan and schedule, saving $25 million and creating a landmark community asset consisting of a business park, sports complex and public waterfront.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Phoenix Award
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