With an approaching deadline and consultants who failed to deliver, a local developer contracted PANDEY
to complete the work at this site on the Olentangy River with over 100 years of industrial heritage. PANDEY
quickly mobilized to obtain all the necessary data to create a remedial action plan, and apply for a $3 million Clean Ohio grant in a two and a half month timeframe. Remediation efforts included engineering a modified soil vapor extraction system to remove dangerous gases. This property was the first property in the state of Ohio with hydrogen sulfide gases to obtain a Covenant Not to Sue from the Ohio EPA. A few years later, stately historical style homes and complementary style condos adjacent to a riverfront park transform this former eyesore.