NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF PARKS, RECREATION & HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Hazardous Materials Consulting Services are provided under an Architectural/Engineering Services Term Contract with NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation. The projects consist of the renovation, rehabilitation and/or new construction of State Park buildings and infrastructure. EPM tasks have included:
Robert Moses State Park Field 2 and 5 Bathhouses Comprehensive hazardous materials investigations were performed to locate and quantify all hazardous materials impacted by the proposed renovations for each structure. Environmental soils investigations around the existing USTs at each location were also performed. For the demolition of Field Bathhouse 5, remediation design documents were prepared.
Caleb Smith Main House Fire Protection System Installation EPM conducted a hazardous materials investigation of all accessible areas impacted by proposed renovation. No exploratory demolition could be performed at the historical structure. Remediation documents provided address the unidentified hidden hazardous materials during construction.
Roberto Clemente State Park Term Contract
EPM as sub-consultant has provided Hazardous Material Consulting services on four assignments to date as part of the New York State Parks Term Contract for Roberto Clemente State Park.
For the rehabilitation of various locations at the Activities Building, EPM performed a hazardous materials investigation and prepared remediation design documents.
The Aquatics complex rehabilitation assignment included the investigation and remediation documentation of the swimming pools, related pool equipment, and ancillary structures.
The Plaza Deck and adjoining building reconstruction required a hazardous material survey including soils, fireproofing and plaster assessments, and several interior and exterior probes. EPM provided project oversight during the subsequent abatement, and prepared a closure report.
The Aquatics Roof Renovations included the removal of the HVAC components, and associated ductwork, required a hazardous materials investigation and remediation design documents as well.