Selma Industrial 1

Electronic Components Manufacturer Remediation

[vc_row content_aligment="center"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Soil and groundwater at this industrial facility became contaminated through inadvertent release of PCE to a storm sewer. Draper Aden provided a novel, in situ remediation approach, developed to address the dissolved PCE that has already reached the confined aquifer and low levels that could enter the aquifer in the future.  We performed environmental remediation and monitoring to assist the manufacturing site. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]...

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Mebane (1)- Environmental Engineering, Remediation, and Solid Waste Resources -Draper Aden, The Environmental Services Division at Draper Aden Associates, Richmond, Blacksburg, Newport News, Charlottesville, Manassas, Virginia Beach

City of Mebane Real Estate Development

[vc_row content_aligment="center"][vc_column][vc_column_text] For over 120 years, this landmark furniture manufacturing company operated in the heart of Mebane, NC.  After closing operations, the historic site became prime real estate for mixed use development and downtown rejuvenation.  Initially, Draper Aden performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment on the property to help the developer assess his risk before proceeding. Additionally, under an Administrative Agreement (AA) with NCDENR Inactive Hazardous Sites Branch, a Remedial Action Plan (RAP) had been submitted to excavate contaminated soil and sediment. Draper Aden helped the owner negotiate a new AA and managed the expedited cleanup to meet a rigid deadline for obtaining a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) loan critical for moving the project forward.   After excavation of approximately 1,130 tons of contaminated soil, a Remedial Action Completion report was certified and submitted to the REC Program who issued a No Further Action (NFA) letter within 24 hours...

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San J International Expansion Rendering

San-J International Inc.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Draper Aden performed a feasibility study, site plan evaluation, and programming assistance for the proposed expansion at the San-J facility  in Henrico County. When the project was approved in 2015, Draper Aden continued to work on the 5.7 acre expansion and new building. The 43,000 SF expansion allows San-J to double its soy sauce production, while the new 15,000 SF building provides an intake space for raw materials. The entire project included construction of the expansion and new building, parking lots, new roads, utilities, and all related site infrastructure.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]...

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Stone Brewing Tap Room- Structural Design

Stone Brewing Company Brewery and Tap Room

[vc_row content_aligment="center"][vc_column][vc_column_text] In collaboration with Hourigan Construction, Draper Aden Associates provided the structural design and construction documents for a 200,000 SF brewery with 100,000 SF production facility and 100,000 SF distribution facility. Included within the production facility is approximately 10,000 SF of office/retail space on 2-stories and a 15,000 SF brewing mezzanine specifically designed to accommodate the conical tank openings. The building framing is standard steel construction consisting of steel columns, wide flange steel beam girders, and open web steel bar joists with steel beams at specific locations for support of equipment.   Additional structural design for Stone Brewing included design and details for the installation and bracing of the malt conveyor, pipe bridges for process piping, malt mezzanine, and attachment of the process tanks to the base plates on the brewing mezzanine. Other primary items required by Stone Brewing included the structural engineering design and details for the exterior tank farm which...

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