EPA Region 1 RAC - Targeted Brownfields Assessments, CT, MA, VT and ME, New England


  • Site Characterization
  • Conceptual Site Model design
  • Risk Assessment
  • Geophysical Surveys
  • Remedy Evaluation
  • Permitting & Regulatory Support
  • Community Relations

New England

As prime contractor for a 10-Year/$2.2M IDIQ Remedial Action Contract (RAC) for Region 1 of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Nobis has recently completed Targeted Brownfields Assessments (TBA) at more than 30 sites throughout New England in order to establish a path forward for the reinvestment and redevelopment of abandoned and/or underused contaminated properties. 

The sites included former industrial, commercial and private use properties owned by municipalities and non-profit organizations:

  • Merchants Row, Barre VT, a former dry-cleaning site
  • News & Sentinel Building, Colebrook NH, a local newspaper operation
  • Blood Building, Laconia, NH, a state-run hospital campus
  • Former Norwich State Hospital, Preston, CT, a 419-acre multi-building former state hospital
  • Former Caryville Mill, Bellingham, MA, a 21-acre former textile mill
  • Former Wyman Flint & Sons, Bellows Falls, VT, a 13-acre former paper mill
  • 25 East Main Street, Marlborough, MA, the former Jenney Gasoline station
  • Former STC Property, Chelmsford, MA, a former electronics manufacturing facility
  • Town of Sanford, ME, a former gasoline station and automotive service facility
  • Former Bates Mill #5, Lewiston, ME, an 8.1-acre former textile mill complex
  • United Neighbors of Lower Roxbury, Boston, MA, an abandoned church
  • Former Tarr & Watson, Gloucester, MA, a 1.2-acre former paint factory

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