Designated as a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site, the 122-acre site was the former home of the Northern Pump Company prior to World War II and most recently BAE Systems. Due to the size of the site, redevelopment was completed in multiple phases. Frattalone’s first scope of work included the demolition of 1.1 million SF of the existing building, including a 1,300-foot-long separation of the existing building. Additional services during the demolition scope included asbestos abatement, removal and disposal of universal waste, removal of salvageable equipment, water tower demolition and select removal of portions of the existing boiler room and equipment.
Concurrent to demolition operations, the earthwork associated with the BAE Consolidation Phase of the Northern Stacks Business Park was completed. This consolidated and reconfigured the site adjacent to the building that remained after demolition work was complete. Work included the removal of site features, reclamation and reuse of existing pavements, installation of new utilities, construction of temporary employee parking lots, geotechnical soil corrections, and on-site management of contaminated soil.
Phase 3 of the project began in spring of 2016. This included the site development of a 33-acre parcel including construction of new utilities (including a lined storm water pond), geotechnical soil corrections, excavation and management of contaminated soil, and building excavation for three industrial warehouses ranging from 130,000 SF to 180,000 SF.
Phase 4 of the project began in spring of 2017. This work included the site development of a 22-acre parcel including demolition of site features, construction of new utilities, geotechnical soil corrections, excavation and management of contaminated soil, and building excavation for two industrial warehouses ranging from 130,000 SF to 180,000 SF.