Former Scovill Brass Industrial Facility
The former Scovill Brass Industrial Facility was comprised of a 96-acre site contaminated from years of industrial use. As part of a $50 million dollar redevelopment project, the site required remediation of the buildings, soil and groundwater to regulatory standards. As the prime environmental contractor, Sealand Enviro managed the remediation of the entire site within an accelerated schedule to facilitate the construction of the Town Center Shopping Mall. As one of the largest Brownfield redevelopments in Connecticut, the project generated extensive regulatory involvement and public awareness. Sealand Enviro coordinated its remedial activities with those of the development contractor Fusco Langan JV throughout the life of the project. Over 150,000 tons of contaminated soil was removed during the site cleanup. Sealand Enviro employed innovative soil remediation technologies to lower remedial costs, including the use of a molecular bonding agent to stabilize heavy metal contaminated soil for non-hazardous disposal, and vapor extraction to lower VOC levels to non-hazardous.