The Anguilla Landfill is located on the south central portion of St. Croix. The 35-acre landfill has been in operation since ~1967 and contains waste deposited at depths up to 70 feet. The FAA owns the property and has long demanded the landfill be shut down because of the danger that birds attracted to the landfill posed to planes at nearby Rohlsen Airport.
In 2001, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) issued a consent order during 2001 for long history of violations. CDR Maguire was retained by the Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) to create an implement an Access Restriction Plan, a Fire Suppression Plan, a draft 40 CFR 258 Compliance Work Plan and Schedule for submittal to USEPA Region 2, and the Final Compliance Plan.
CDR Maguire was contracted by Diageo USVI to provide environmental permitting services for the construction of the $265M State of the art LEED certified Captain Morgan Rum Distillery and Barrel warehouse located at St. Croix Renaissance Park and Port St. Croix on the southern coast of St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands. Permitting services included: Environmental Assessment Report- Coastal Zone Management (CZM), Major Land and Water Permit – Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) /CZM, Major Earth Change Permit – DPNR Warehouse, Terminal License Application, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (Distillery and Warehouse), Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan, Facility Response Plan, Federal Aviation Administration Coordination, Territorial Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (Construction, Industrial, Brush Clearing)
Additional services required for permit support included: Endangered species and wetland resources inventories, Dock Inspection Report, Drainage Calculation Review, Traffic Study, ASTM Phase I Site Environmental Site Assessment
CDR Maguire provided full-time, on-site, environmental monitoring services during construction of this $800-million, 15- mile extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Services included contractor coordination, permit condition oversight, and inspection of environmental features.
The project also included construction oversight for two wetland mitigation sites and numerous stream mitigation and relocation activities.
CDR Maguire provided environmental services including permit preparation and wetland mitigation for the reconstruction of an 8-mile section of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The Brush Run wetland mitigation site was designed to mitigate 1.11 acres of wetland impacts by constructing approximately 2.8 acres of replacement wetland.
CDR Maguire completed site design, coordinated the removal of coal refuse from the site prior to construction, and provided construction consultation services. Services also included five years of post-construction wetland monitoring.