After reviewing the proposed remedial action plan to excavate and remove soil from a steel and gas manufacturing and storage site, Brown and Caldwell proposed an alternative approach that cut the cost of the plan by $20 million. The alternative approach approved by regulators included targeted excavation, in-situ solidification, structure mitigation, capping and institutional controls.
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