BRAC Project Experience
Poised to efficiently solve complex redevelopment, environmental, remediation, transportation, and infrastructure service challenges, Matrix creates strategies for utilities privatization, Enhanced Use Leasing, soecial district formation, and public-private initiatives that allow our clients to benefit from economic development partnerships.
|This 1100-acre site in a densely populated area just one hour from Manhattan is targeted for redevelopment once the transfer is complete. Matrix is assisting with this transition throughout this base realignment and closure, providing engineering assessments and business and operations planning services.||Matrix is providing consulting, environmental and land planning services to this 517-acre historical fort that was closed as part of the 2005 BRAC program. Matrix Environmental Serviceswas retained in 2006 as part of the team chosen by the Federal Area Development Authority (FADA) in Hampton, Virginia to develop a Reuse Plan for the Site.|
The Newport Chemical Depot Reuse Authority (NeCDRA) selected Matrix Design Group to prepare the Reuse Plan, which included an extensive Existing Conditions Assessment, the development of several Alternative Plan Concepts, and a comprehensive public involvement program.
|Matrix evaluated contaminated parcels under consideration for early transfer, including the Environmental Services Cooperative Agreement (ESCA) and a plan for MEC remediation. This was the first privatization of MEC remediation for an Army BRAC facility.|
|Matrix led a group of local and national economists, engineers, architects, and planners through an 18-month process that includes not only an analysis of the site’s physical, environmental, infrastructure, buildings, and facilities, but also a significant public engagement program.|