Oil Tank Removal NJ

Beta Realty

  • Assisted with the design, implementation and construction management of a property redevelopment project involving an 860,000 square foot mixed-use office, warehouse and light industrial complex
  • Prepared a Preliminary Major Site Plan detailing the proposed additional buildings for office, warehouse, distribution and assembly operations, which consisted of
    • One existing building totaling 458,000 square feet (sf)
    • 4 New Buildings totaling an additional 400,600 sf
    • 842 passenger car parking spaces
    • 110 truck/loading areas
    • 6 water quality detention basins
    • A modified on—site wastewater sewage disposal and treatment system
    • A modified water storage, treatment, and distribution system
    • Associated site grading, pavement and stormwater management systems
    • Network of infiltration galleries
  • Coordinated the designing of systems to collect and treat wastewater and on-site disposal by utilizing the existing 200,000 gallon water tower and 300,000 gallon ground storage tank
  • Acquired necessary permits and managed the construction of a 20,000 gallon per day state of the art wastewater collection and recycling facility
  • Oversaw all design aspects regarding the extensive underground utilities
  • Additional materials and documentation were submitted to NJDEP for a New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit to properly treat and dispose of the on – site wastewater effluent
  • Designed wetlands systems within detention basins for enhanced water quality treatment and infiltration galleries ensure groundwater replenishment.
  • Prepared and submitted the following documentation:
    • A Preliminary Environmental Phase I Assessment
    • Topographical Base Mapping
    • Boundary survey services
    • Various Conceptual Site and Building Plans
    • Traffic Study
    • Environmental Impact Statement
    • Fiscal Impact Study
  • Documents and materials were submitted and approved by the NJDEP for the determination of Wetlands and State Open Water limits
  • NJDEP also approved a Major Stream Encroachment Application and Water Quality Certificate, which detailed the 100 year flood plain for the Lamington River and the un – named tributary traversing a portion of the Project
Project Highlights
  • Combined multiple uses for recycled waste into one permit.
  • Entech was able to plan accordingly for the interim use of sewer facilities as a septic installation, enabling the construction to move forward with minimal cost and interruption of services for the Client.
  • Final operation startup was completed in 2006, approximately 12 months after the beginning of construction.