The P-1346 site, located at Camp Lejeune, is proposed for the new construction of administrative-type buildings including three proposed structures and associated parking lots and storm water retention ponds. DAVENPORT and its sub-consultant provided environmental services to determine whether soil, groundwater, and/or other media at the proposed construction site was negatively impacted by historical activities at levels that would present unacceptable risks to human health and ecological habitats. Our scope of work included a historical assessment of the site, including site research and reconnaissance, the collection of soil, soil gas, and groundwater samples, an ecological risk assessment and a human health risk assessment.
The work resulted in the preparation and submittal of a preliminary environment al assessment report providing conclusions and recommendations for the site. Naval Facilities Engineering Command and the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center approved our findings and recommendations, allowing the military construction project to move forward.