Project Name: Former Isaac Walton Gun Club Site, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Date Project Began: April 2005
Date Project Completed: December 2006
Project Description: Casey Resources, Inc. (CRI) completed a detailed site assessment of a former shooting range and submitted a Voluntary Cleanup Plan Application on behalf of its client to remediate the property to residential standards as the proposed end use was residential single family homes and an associated commercial development. CRI completed bench scale testing of lead impacted soil and used this information to develop a remediation plan to neutralize the lead containing soils rendering them non-hazardous. The client's contractors completed the amendment of lead impacted soils and used the amended soils as backfill in the commercial area of the project. Deed restrictions were developed for the re-use site and a Construction Completion Report submitted to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). CRI also assisted in negotiation with regard to a CDPHE Compliance Advisory issued to the contractors regarding hazardous waste regulations.
Type of Contamination: Lead and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) contaminated soils.