REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR REMEDIATION CONTRACTORS
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BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP PROJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)
Urban Edge Housing Corporation has been awarded funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to remediate contaminated soil located at 1542-1542A Columbus Ave in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Urban Edge is now requesting proposals from parties interested in providing Brownfields Site Cleanup services.
Urban Edge’s goals for the remediation contract are: (1) Removal of the lead and arsenic impacted soils at 1542 Columbus Ave; and (2) Perform appropriate site closeout activities to meet the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and EPA requirements.
Minority and women-owned firms are encouraged to apply. The selected contractor will be required to comply with all Administrative Conditions and Programmatic Conditions specified in the Cooperative Agreement between the EPA and Urban Edge.
Please provide one (1) hard copy and one (1) pdf electronic version of your RFP response by Wednesday, August 5, 2009 at 4PM. Please email the electronic version to firstname.lastname@example.org and deliver the hard copy to: Urban Edge, Attn: Zoe Weinrobe, Project Manager, 1542 Columbus Avenue, Suite 2, Roxbury, MA 02119.
The ABCA may now be viewed at Urban Edge’s office, located at 1542
Columbus Avenue, Suite 2, Roxbury, MA 02119, Monday through Friday, 9:30A.M. to 5:00P.M. Any individual or group wishing to comment on the ABCA or wishing to comment on the cleanup project may submit written comments to Urban Edge, Attention Noah Maslan at the address above. All comments received by March 23, 2009 will be considered by Urban Edge in developing the final remediation plan.
|EPA Brownsfield Cleanup Grant Award of $200,000 April 2008 |
EPA has awarded Urban Edge a $200,000 2008 Brownfields Cleanup Grant. Funds will
be used to clean up hazardous substances located in the ¾ -acre parcel at 1542 Columbus Avenue in Roxbury. The site is contaminated primarily with metals. The grant will fund excavation, transportation and disposal of up to 1,400 cubic yards of soil, and support community involvement activities.
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