PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT, SHEPHERD DRIVE AND DURHAM DRIVE
JONES & CARTER
The Goodman Corporation completed the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment for the corridor of Shepherd Drive and Durham Drive from IH 610 (eastbound frontage road) to Larkin Street in Houston. The project is total roadway reconstruction, new sidewalks/sidewalk reconstruction, the introduction of bicycle facilities, the reconstruction of signalization, and the reconstruction of storm water, water, and sanitary sewer utilities. Typical excavation for utilities along the entire corridor is expected to be five to 12 feet.Almost 500 sites records were reviewed, over 100 photographs were taken in the field of existing conditions, and almost 20 interviews were conducted at businesses in the project area.Almost 40 Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) and Historic RECs were identified in the project area; over 200 individual historic high-risk sites (gas stations, dry cleaners, mechanics) were located within 500 feet of the roadway alignments. These sites were all analyzed in detail, including online and in-person file review at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Both project corridors were designated as Potentially Petroleum Contaminated Areas after City of Houston review of the Phase I ESA.
Phase I ESA including:
Regulatory file review, corridor site visit and assessment, mapping, agency coordination, and photography
December 2017 - April 2018
Name: Kristen Hennings, P.E.
Title: Senior Project Manager
Phone: (713) 777-5338