Environmental remediation and demolition of the old food production facility are part of a redevelopment and reinvigoration of the parcel. This includes a Wawa convenience store among other retail stores and entertainment establishments benefitting the local community. Environmental clean-up, stormwater management and traffic improvements to Roosevelt Boulevard were key focus points on this site and will also benefit the surrounding community. The redevelopment project was awarded over $1.3M in funding support via the PA DCED Multimodal Transportation Fund program.
- Investigated, analyzed and assisted in the plans to demolish and remedy the 27-acre site housing the Nabisco facility, which included hazardous material abatement, bakery machinery and equipment demolition and removal including 7 story steel mixing drums, as well as 1200 LF of railroad track.
- Managed the preparation of the site (utility and stormwater management features) for the next generation of business establishments.
- Delivered pad-ready site for new 4,691sf Wawa Food Market with 12 fuel stations, including widening of Byberry Road and traffic signal upgrades.
- Byberry Road and Bustleton Ave. streetscape features brick piers with cast stone caps, fencing between piers, radius brick walls with stone caps, and a brick and stone veneer clock tower surrounded by a stamped concrete plaza.