Abandoned or under utilized industrial properties known as “brownfield sites” can become clean, productive and profitable again with informed remediation and redevelopment strategies.
It's all about qualifications to successfully develop properties.
It is important to have multidisciplinary qualifications when redeveloping aging or abandoned industrial property or facilities. North American Dismantling has the necessary disciplines for the environmental, water, energy, infrastructure and comprehensive design and construction services required to successfully develop such properties.
Learn more about NADC's philosophy on redevelopment.
Our experts are prepared to address the contamination, demolition, site logistics and other related challenges that can make redevelopment difficult. NADC's approach offers a creative and intelligence approach, including the proven field experience to restore these sites to sustainable applications that will benefit society and protect the environment.
Our property redevelopment support services include:
- Architectural design and site design
- Facility decontamination and demolition
- Project development consulting and feasibility assessment
- Project planning and permitting
- Program management and construction management
- Property due diligence, site investigation and remediation
- Sustainability assessment and design
Our approach is that of building consensus to produce results. NADC believes that involvement of the stakeholder is vital to the success of redevelopment projects that may have complex environmental, regulatory or logistical challenges.
North American Dismantling has a successful track record, the following articles offer examples of recent redevelopment projects:
Sample Redevelopment Successes
The following are prime examples of NADC's redevelopment programs.
Fraser Pulp Mil - Berlin, NH
|Before -The project in Berlin, New Hampshire consisted of dismantling an existing paper pulp mill composed of 85 separate structures totaling 600,000 square feet located over 120 acres. The power plant was left intact for future redevelopment.||After - The photo, from ground view, shows the redeveloped power plant which is being redeveloped into a biomass power plant. Click here for complete details on this project. See below for related industry articles.|
Video: Mayor of Berlin, NH on NADC Redevelopment Practices
GM Pontiac Land Parcels
All three properties have been purchased by active businesses and are generating a tax basis for the city of Pontiac.
240 E. Columbia (former Plant 25) / 47.68 acres / Current Zoning M-2 (Manuacturing District) - SOLD
201 E. Columbia (former Plant 15) / 30.48 acres / Current Zoning M-2 (Manuacturing District) - SOLD
900 Baldwin (former Fiero Plant) / 37.99 acres / Current Zoning M-2 (Manuacturing District) - SOLD
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on your property redevelopment project.