Whether your environmental needs include the remediation of brownfields sites to allow for redevelopment in your community, environmental compliance for infrastructure and facilities or NEPA services for transportation infrastructure, HR Green can provide the solutions you need.
As part of an integrated services group at HR Green, we collaborate with Transportation, Environmental, GIS, Engineering, and Planning Groups. This interdisciplinary approach allows us to effectively manage environmental concerns, regulatory requirements, and agency coordination to provide clients with a variety of perspectives that are vital when executing a successful project.More
Projects can be delayed, stalled or even terminated due to regulatory requirements. The Federal, state, and local environmental process is often complex, with agencies interpreting and implementing various regulations. Getting necessary approvals and completing documentation without compromising the needs of projects is often challenging. When you choose HR Green, you acquire a staff of professionals with the proven ability to successfully execute comprehensive environmental efforts for projects. We are proactive in representing projects while also maintaining working relationships with state and federal agencies. In-depth knowledge of the process helps us anticipate the challenges that you face, and we work with you to resolve them.
We use a collaborative approach to select multi-disciplinary specialists within our firm to cover all aspects of environmental projects. As part of an integrated services group at HR Green, we collaborate with Transportation, Environmental, GIS, Engineering, and Planning Groups. This interdisciplinary approach allows us to effectively manage environmental concerns, regulatory requirements, and agency coordination to provide clients with a variety of perspectives that are vital when executing a successful project.
Arlington’s School Lives on in the New Community Center
Declining attendance forced the closure of Arlington’s only school in 1985 and the structure remained underutilized for two decades while the building deteriorated and became a dumping ground.
Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary and Trail
St. Paul, MN
The Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary and Regional Trail, which was developed on a 42-acre urban brownfield site in Saint Paul. The project’s key design feature was the re-creation of approximately 3,000 feet of the Trout Brook after decades of confinement within an underground storm tunnel (the Trout Brook Interceptor).
The Former Wonder Bread Factory is Transformed into a New Brewery
The former Wonder Bread factory located in downtown Waterloo, Iowa, shuttered its operations in November 2012 amidst bankruptcy proceedings. Built in 1927, the vacant building occupied an entire block within the community’s urban core adjacent to numerous public facilities including the library, hockey arena, children’s museum, and public market. City officials immediately worked with several key stakeholders, including the historic preservation committee and Main Street Waterloo, to identify a potential re-use for the 0.94-acre site; however, contamination concerns created anxieties for potential investors.
Brownfield Assessment Grant Assess Environmental Impacts of Underutilized Properties in Antioch
The Village of Antioch is a community of just over 14,000 residents located within the Chicago metropolitan area in northeastern Illinois. Along its main corridor of Illinois Route 83 (IL 83), many businesses either closed or moved resulting in the environmental and economic decline of the community’s urban core and central business district.
Council Bluffs Brownfields Success
Council Bluffs, IA
Council Bluffs has demonstrated a unique ability to quickly return properties to a productive re-use. Much of the City’s efforts have focused on the South Main Brownfields Project Area which is among the oldest and most deteriorated industrial districts in Council Bluffs.
Waterloo Brownfield Redevelopment
HR Green has helped secure 12 EPA Brownfields Grants for the City of Waterloo since 2000 which have helped inventory, characterize, assess, and cleanup numerous underutilized sites including a former construction machinery company.
Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary and Regional Trail
St. Paul, MN
Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) and City of St. Paul selected the team of HR Green and Inter-Fluve to conduct a feasibility study, develop concept plans and final design, complete three construction bid packages and construction oversight for the Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary and Regional Trail.
The Liberty Square Redevelopment Area comprises approximately 340 commercial, industrial.
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November 15, 2021
It is with great pleasure that we announce the promotion of Becca Springfield to Director of Human Resources. Becca joined HR Green in 2019 and since her hiring has held positions of increased responsibility, most recently managing the firm’s overall recruiting strategies and process and procedures improvements in her role as Human Resources Manager.
November 10, 2021
HR Green announces an office relocation and expansion in Colorado Springs to serve our clients and growing staff.
The new office location is on the north side of the city near the I-25 and Briargate interchange. HR Green has served both the Colorado Springs and Denver areas since 2015.
September 1, 2021
HR Green is pleased to announce that Scott Wilson has joined the firm as Director of Operations. Scott brings over twenty-eight years of diverse experience in the global engineering and construction industry, providing excellence in operational performance, quality standards, client satisfaction, and employee development.