Mebane Steakhouse

Mid-Atlantic was contacted to provide services for a former underground storage tank (UST) site that was under redevelopment as a restaurant.  The owner, just prior to opening the multi-million dollar facility, determined that the previous UST closure was inadequately documented, putting the project financing at risk. In addition, the client only had only one week to complete investigative activities and obtain a formal regulatory closure of the project before losing the project to a major investor. With a one week deadline from our initial site visit, we worked collaboratively with contractors, the owner and the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) for a rapid completion of the project, including NCDEQ reporting requirements, to achieve a Notice of No Further Action (NFA), allowing the redevelopment to proceed.

"Mid-Atlantic Associates has been a valued source of environmental knowledge and guidance for our company for more than 15 years. Their staff is up-to-date on all environmental areas. Concerning regulation and liaison with governmental authorities, they are on a first name basis with departmental heads. This often eliminates most of the "red tape" generally associated with dealing with government agencies. When we need assistance, we always call Mid-Atlantic."