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Key Features and its benefits...

Low - E Windows
Helping to prevent heat from coming inside during the summer and escaping during the winter...

Low-Flow Faucets
Easy way to reduce household water use, saving you money...

Low-VOC Paint
Results in better indoor air quality in your home...

Air Barrier
The air barrier inhibits air from entering and exiting the building envelope, and plays a vital role not only in energy efficiency but also in durability...

Right-Sized HVAC
Having a correctly sized heating and cooling system is important to the performance and efficiency of the equipment...

Engineered Plumbing Systems
Helps reduce the "wait time" for hot water letting you conserve it, and also helps reduce the amount of energy used to heat it...

Protect or Restore Habitats
Conserve existing natural areas and restore damaged areas to provide habitat and promote biodiversity...

Stormwater Quantity Control
Limit disruption of natural water hydrology by increasing infiltration, reducing or eliminating pollution from stormwater runoff, and eliminating contaminants...

Water Use Reduction
Maximize water efficiency within buildings to reduce the burden on municipal water supply and
wastewater systems...

 

 

Windsor is actively involved in acquiring Brownfield Properties with various issues and geographies. Brownfields are abandoned or under-used industrial and commercial facilities available for re-use, expansion, or redevelopment of which may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants. Cleaning up and reinvesting in these properties takes development pressures off of undeveloped, open land, and both improves and protects the environment. Through remediation these properties can be brought back to an active productive use. We work with leading consultants to responsibly and expeditiously create work plans for approval by the appropriate agencies and once approval is given Windsor is there to execute the plans immediately. Below are some examples of the depth of our “hands on experience”.


"Elkton Fire Hole", Triumph Explosives Company
Cecil County, Maryland

“The Villages at Herron Lake” – 1,468 units, 70,000 square feet of commercial, new regional sewer and water plant to service a 5 square mile area, and a 200 acre regional park to be donated to the county. With the help of our consultants, ERM and ADVENT we are proceeding with cleanup and redevelopment of the property. The site previously munitions manufacturer during World War II, was also used as a testing ground for rocket engines. In cooperation with the EPA,
ACOE and MDE we are proceeding with removing unexploded ordinances, volatiles, and organics. Listed as an EPA superfund site, falling into CERCLA because of TCE, TNT, Perchlorate, explosive compounds. The clean-up plan is currently being implemented and expected to take 18 months to complete.


"Dwyer Property", Triumph Explosives Company
Cecil County, Maryland

To be redeveloped into a 550,000 sq.ft. “Power Center” to be known as Crossroads Centre. The site will be remediated of hazards from the fireworks and munitions manufacturing facility also an investigation to locate the UST’s is underway. The site shows remnants of trinitrotoluene based explosives, volatile organics, chlorinated solvents, inorganic contaminates and chlorinated solvents in the surrounding ground water.


Tri-State Trucking
Cecil County, Maryland

This site was designed as a master planned community with the help of EDAW and world wide landscape design firm. We have obtained approvals for 592 homes and 200,000 square feet of commercial space. With nearly 50% of the site preserved as open space which will become a park for all county residents. The site was purchased “AS IS” after the purchase we have removed 6 UST’s, and soil contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons. Since then the site has received a “NFA” no further action letter from the State of Maryland.


Shell Oil Property
Gloucester County, New Jersey

“Port Royale” - Currently in for a General Development Plan for 1,326 units and 140,000 square feet of commercial and mini-storage. The site was used during the 1960’s to early 1970’s as a dredge site for the deepening of the Delaware River. We closed title to the property and are proceeding through the approval and remediation process. Elevated levels of Arsenic are present, which will be corrected during construction. Building and developing the site involves dealing with the stability of the dredged soils which will require additional techniques. Additionally, we will raise the waterfront approximately 3 feet by bringing in 900,000 cubic yards of fill.


Curtis Paper Manufacturing Facility
Hunterdon County, New Jersey

Revitalization of a former paper manufacturer, proposed redevelopment of 507 units, 35,000 square feet of commercial space, a new municipal building, town green and 30 acres of park land. There are 21 UST’s on site that have contained TCE, Benzene, Toluene, TPHC. Additionally, there are areas of PCB’s PHCS. The existing structures containing Asbestos, totaling 1,000,000 square feet have to be raised.


Woolwich Town Center
Gloucester County, New Jersey

740 acres – To be developed into 1050 residential units 1,600,000 square feet of retail and hotel, 1,200,000 office and flex space. The site contains levels of arsenic and dieldrin that are above State of New Jersey Residential Standards and will be remediated as part of our work plan.

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