Managing Environmentally-Impaired Soils & Fill Materials During Construction Projects

Nearly every development project involves the handling of soil and fill materials. REPSG has created an E-Book to assist site owners, developers, and contractors in navigating the cumbersome world of export.

The soil export in your next construction and development project doesn’t have to be a headache, REPSG can guide you through each element from due diligence to documentation. We address all the issues you may face and have even outlined a five step process to effectively do so.

Save yourself time—and money—by checking out our Practical Guide for Site Owners, Developers, and Contractors, “Managing Environmentally-Impaired Soils & Fill Materials During Construction Projects” Soil Export E-Book 2017

Like what you read? Have questions about your project? Comment below or contact our office at (215) 729-3220 or info@repsg.com.

Excerpt from RESPG’s Soils Export E-Book

Soil Transportation & Disposal Services in Philadelphia’s Growing Real Estate Market

Recently the Greater Philadelphia real estate and construction markets have been increasing in five main areas: University City, Market East, the Navy Yard, Camden, and King of Prussia. Three out of these five markets are located within the city limits meaning that there is bound to be a whole lot of change coming to the City of Brotherly Love. Some of these changes will be apparent physically such as the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center which started construction just over a year ago. This building will surpass the current tallest skyscraper in the city, the Comcast Center. When completed the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center will be the tallest building in the United States outside of Chicago and New York City at 1,121 feet.

Although not a skyscraper, arguably the most prominent development will be in University City with the Schuylkill Yards project announced by Drexel University and Brandywine Realty Trust. This 14-acre, $3.5 billion investment will be the largest-scale project in Philadelphia’s history. The development will encompass an area next to Amtrak’s 30th Street Station and Brandywine’s Cira Centre towers on the west bank of the Schuylkill River. At the end of the predicted 15-20 year construction phase the area will be home to residential, retail, hotel, corporate, and research spaces.

However, no matter what is going into these projects one thing is sure to come out… soil. REPSG’s soil disposal services have seen strong demand over the last few years and we are prepared to keep the momentum going throughout the growth of our city. Located in Southwest Philadelphia our soil disposal services department provides comprehensive services for your disposal needs.

REPSG’s soil experts will help in every step of your transportation and disposal project. Our skilled technicians will start by sampling materials requiring export or disposal. These sample results will provide the information necessary to coordinate the applicable approvals needed to safely and legally dispose of the materials. REPSG will complete and submit all necessary paperwork to the proposed facilities in order to ensure acceptance and approval. Additionally, REPSG will coordinate and provide transportation for the proper disposal of the soil to the facility. Once the work is completed, REPSG will provide all disposal documentation.

REPSG provides the staff and support to sample and dispose of your soil in the most efficient and affordable means. We will work with your construction, demolition, or financing schedule to ensure your project stays on, or ahead of schedule. Your project may not be as large as those highlighted here but regardless of size, REPSG is here to help. We have provided transportation and disposal services to several redevelopment projects in the Greater Philadelphia Area including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Our transportation and disposal department staff have expertise in all standards and regulations of your disposal needs. Contact us for more information by commenting below or contacting our office at (215) 729-3220 or info@repsg.com.

For more information on the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center please visit: http://corporate.comcast.com/media-center/citc-updates

For more information on the Schuylkill Yards project please visit: http://www.schuylkillyards.com/