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Northwind successfully managed an environmental remediation project at the Tarheel Army Missile Plant (TAMP) site in Burlington, North Carolina. The site, spanning 32 acres with 22 buildings and formerly utilized for aircraft production and tank rebuilding by the U.S. Army, faced soil and groundwater contamination from historical operations and leaking underground storage tanks.

Under a task order on an IDIQ contract with the USACE Savannah District, Northwind conducted a comprehensive Remedial Investigation (RI) focused on addressing trichloroethylene (TCE) as the primary Contaminant of Concern (COC) under CERCLA guidelines. The project involved soil and groundwater investigation and sampling, installation of monitoring wells, and soil vapor intrusion assessments.

Safety was a top priority throughout the project, resulting in zero lost-time incidents, showcasing Northwind's commitment to a safe work environment. Close coordination with USACE, NCDEQ, and local authorities ensured compliance and transparency, while engagement with private property owners and the community facilitated stakeholder involvement.

Northwind's expertise in environmental stewardship and effective remediation strategies was evident in the successful outcomes of the project, highlighting the company's dedication to managing complex contamination issues while prioritizing safety, quality, and community engagement.

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