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CRAIG SUPPLY COMPANY

Durham,  New Hampshire
Strafford County
Street Address: Depot Road
Zip Code: 03824
Congressional
District(s):

01
EPA ID #: NHBFN0103030
Site ID #: 0103030
Site Alias:
Type of Funding: Targeted Brownfields Assessment


Description
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$70,409

Current Status
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A Phase 1 Targeted Brownfields Assessment (TBA) was completed on 9/14/1998
A Phase 2 Targeted Brownfields Assessment (TBA) was completed on 12/15/1999
A Cleanup Options Study/Cost Estimate was completed on 12/15/1999.

The Office of State Planning's NH Coastal Program obtained an Assessment Grant from EPA to conduct assessments at different coastal brownfields sites, including the Craig Supply Company site. The NH Coastal Program hired a contractor, GZA (Geoenvironmental Corporation) to conduct a Phase I in 2000 and a Phase II in 2003 (which is not yet complete.) Phase I assessment included monitoring wells, soils testing, and measuring flows on the site. Phase II will consist of conducting observation and sampling at four monitoring wells on the east side of the site (wells will be located on University of New Hampshire property adjacent to brownfields site) to compare the movement of the contamination from the samples taken in Phase I. Phase II assessment should be complete by the end of the summer or fall of 2003 and the Remedial Action Plan (RAP) should be completed by the end of the year (December 2003). UNH owns the properties that surrounds the Craig Supply Company site and is interested in building a tunnel to go from the west side of campus to the east (to provide better access for the two sides of the campus). The tunnel (both for vehicle and pedestrian access) would take over most of the site with some room for some smaller administration buildings on the site. The town of Durham is also possibly interested in leveraging the property as a swap for other properties in the town or to use the site as a town parking lot.


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Links to Other Information
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Disclaimer Instructions about PDF

Town of Durham Web Page  

Public Record Locations
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OSRR Records and Information Center, 1st Floor, 5 Post Office Square, Suite 100 (HSC), Boston, MA 02109-3912 (617) 918-1440

Contacts
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JAMES BYRNE
EPA Project Manager
Address: One Congress Street, Suite 1100 (HIO), Boston, MA 02114-2023
Phone #:617-918-1389
E-Mail Address:byrne.james@epa.gov

MIKE WIMSATT/ BOB MINICUCCI
State Contact
Address:NHDES, 6 Hazen Drive, PO Box 95, Concord, NH 03302-0095
Phone #:603-271-6422/603-271-2941
E-Mail Address:

JIM CAMPBELL/ MIKE LYNCH
Local Contact
Address:Town of Durham, 15 Newmarket Road, Durham, NH 03824
Phone #:603-868-8064/ 603-868-5578
E-Mail Address:jcampbell@ci.durham.ct.us

State ContactBRIAN MAZERSKI
Address:NH Office of State Planning
Phone #:603-271-2155
E-Mail Address:

 


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