Mid-Atlantic is pleased to announce that Ethan Caldwell has joined the staff as a Senior Project Manager. Ethan is a Professional Engineer and Licensed Geologist that brings 8 years of chlorinated solvent management and geoenvironmental investigation experience from the NCDOT. He also brings 7 years of a wide range of consulting experience in landfill sitting […]
A collaborative article by Mid-Atlantic’s brownfields team was published in the April edition of The Scotsman Guide, a national resource for commercial lenders. The article discusses the benefits of brownfields development and the resources available to make these projects financially attractive. A copy of the article can be found Making Brownfields Bloom.
The Williamston Waterfront Redevelopment District is a collection of former industrial properties, vacant lands and wetlands totaling 47 acres along the scenic Roanoke River. Adjacent to North Carolina Wildlife Resources Game Lands, the Roanoke River National Wildlife Refuge, a public boat access and a major state highway, the site is uniquely positioned to connect visitors […]
Once again Mid-Atlantic hosted its annual food drive in December to benefit the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. Mid-Atlantic employees donated over 197 pounds of food. Mid-Atlantic made a dollar per pound matching donation along with an additional $1,000 donation on behalf of our valued clients. The 197 pounds of food and $1,197 […]
On October 22, Governor McCrory signed into law NC House Bill 765, or the Regulatory Reform Act. The bill addresses some significant issues, most notably changes associated with risk-based remediation of contaminated sites in North Carolina. The summary of this new legislation provides the following description of standard vs. risk-based remediation: “Generally, cleanup of environmental contamination must be […]