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February 2017
Boots on the ground, assessing impacts realted to a bridge expansion project. Hull was tasked with evaluating the potential environmental issues associated with a portion of the Duke Energy property located within the expansion footprint for the relocated bridge and highway expansion.
Hull was retained by a refinery client to prepare a new RCRA Part B Permit application, corrective measures study, and interim measures and corrective action documents    for a 450-acre plant located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 
Hull replaced 20-foot tall manmade dike walls bordering a stretch of the scenic Grand River with gentle, natural slopes planted with native vegetation. We also created a stabilizing stream bench that will double as a walking trail. By naturalizing the artificial streambank and incorporating public access, we significantly increased the value of the property, improved environmental health, and helped the former industrial site find new life as a mixed-use development.
Hull coordinated RCRA corrective action activities at the site as part of a Facility Lead Agreement administered by U.S. EPA Region 3 and parallel assessment activities as part of Maryland's Voluntary Cleanup Program administered by the Maryland Department of the Environment. This project represents the first time a brownfield was assessed and redeveloped through both programs concurrently.