Northside Motor Exchange – Case Study


The property previously operated as Northside Motor Exchange beginning in 1975. The facility included three gasoline USTs on the east, central, and southern portions of the property associated with an automotive filling and repair station. The following is a case study presenting the investigation and remediation activities conducted during the course of this project.

JM3 and JM5 Property


The approximately 12-acres site was industrially developed in the early 1950s as an expansion to a portion of the original John-Manville Facility, a facility that manufactured products containing asbestos for use in roofing, flooring, and piping.  

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