PENDER COUNTY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES RELATED TO THE BROWNSFIELD STATUS OF THE FORMER BASF/TEKADA PROPERTY OWNED BY PENDER COUNTY

Pender County is requesting environmental support services on the Pender Commerce Park property. The former owner of the Park property is the responsible party engaged in a NCDEQ-mandated post-remediation groundwater monitoring program on part of the Park property. Pender County has a Brownfield Agreement with the NCDEQ. The groundwater monitoring program involves sampling groundwater from monitoring wells located on properties within the Pender Commerce Park. Pender County owns these parcels and would like to make them available for sale as new development sites without the presence of the monitoring wells. These monitoring wells are part of the NCDEQ monitoring program, however some are located in the potential footprint of future structures within undeveloped parcels of the Commerce Park. Therefore, Pender County is seeking to retain the services of an environmental consulting firm to work with the former property owner/responsible party and the NCDEQ to develop a strategy and solution to get the monitoring wells removed from the areas desired for the development of the subject parcels in the Commerce Park.

Click here for the full Request for Qualifications. Online submittals may be emailed to cmcewen@pendercountync.gov. Hard copy submittals may be mailed or delivered to Chad McEwen, 805 South Walker Street, Burgaw, NC 28425.  Deadline for submittals is 5 pm on February 9, 2021. All statement of qualifications must include a fee as well as a schedule of rates and fees.

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