UST Testing at Convenience Store

Bunnel Lammons Engineering UST Testing Convenience Store

Batesburg, SC – BLE was contracted to complete the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) required annual line and leak detector testing on a convenience store. BLE was asked to complete four-line tightness tests and four leak detector function checks at the facility. While testing the lines for tightness, BLE personnel came…

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UST System Testing at Landfill

Tank and Line Tightness Testing by Bunnel Lammons Engineering

Lexington, South Carolina- BLE assisted in completing the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) required tank tightness testing after the install of a new underground storage tank (UST) at the Lexington County Landfill. BLE personnel completed a tank tightness test on the 20,000-Gal diesel UST using ALERT testing equipment and tested the…

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Boutique Hotel

Grand Bohemian Hotel

Greenville, South Carolina – A new boutique hotel is under construction along the Reedy River in downtown Greenville. The site was improved with three multi-story commercial buildings but was previously developed as a textile mill from the 1870s to the 1950s. BLE first performed a Pre-Demolition Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) Survey of the three commercial…

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Mixed-Use Student Housing Complex

Rendering of student housing complex, designed and engineered by Bunnel Lammons Engineering

Clemson, South Carolina – BLE provided geotechnical and materials testing for a $212 million dollar student housing construction project currently under construction. The project consists of eight, four-story, buildings divided into three zones and includes approximately 1,650 student beds along with retail space and student amenities. Geotechnical field testing included soil test borings with standard…

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1.2-mile Downtown Conveyance Tunnel

Dig Greenville Tunnel by Bunnel Lammons Engineering

Greenville, SC – In order to meet the demands of continued growth in the Upstate area, our client is constructing an approximately 11-foot diameter gravity sewer tunnel beneath downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The tunnel will be constructed in hard rock, approximately 100 feet below ground surface, and will extend for a distance of 1.2 miles.…

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New Construction Casino

Casino during construction

Murphy, NC – BLE engaged in geotechnical engineering, environmental consultation, archeological screening, construction quality assurance, and special inspections for a new casino located in Murphy, North Carolina on a 96-acre tract of land. BLE provided engineering consultation and comprehensive construction materials testing, including special inspection testing in accordance with Chapter 17 of IBC. Our construction…

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Phase 1 Voluntary Cleanup Contract, Automotive Dealership

Former Automotive Dealership

BLE performed a Phase I ESA of an abandoned automotive dealership, which included a 13,330 square foot showroom and 17,520 square foot maintenance garage on behalf of a prospective purchaser. 19 hydraulic lifts, two underground storage tanks (USTs), three aboveground storage tanks (ASTs), and typical automotive maintenance products were utilized at the facility. On behalf…

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150,000-Square-Foot Health Care Facility

Front View of Cherokee Hospital engineered by Bunnel Lammons Engineering

Cherokee, NC – Construction of a new 150,000-square-foot health care facility was recently completed in Cherokee, North Carolina that included new inpatient and outpatient services, a laboratory, pharmacy, emergency room, a physical therapy area, and dental and vision clinics. The site was particularly difficult, having over 230 feet of relief across the planned development area.…

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NEPA Screening Report

NEPA screening report

Waynesville, North Carolina – BLE was requested to perform a geotechnical exploration to assist the design of a proposed 911 radio tower at two potential locations. BLE performed two soil test borings at the two separate locations (total of 4 borings) that were being considered. After composing an engineering report for both potential locations, BLE…

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Phase I and Phase II ESA – Brick Manufacturing Facility

Brick Plant

BLE initiated environmental due diligence on a vacant brick manufacturing facility that encompassed approximately 1,000-acres and over five industrial buildings. The Site included a clay mine for raw material production, material storage yards, manufacturing areas, kilns, final product laydown yards, shipping areas, and an equipment maintenance facility. The Site also utilized as an equestrian farm,…

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