KSingh was retained by Racine Plating to conduct environmental restoration services for its 1.67-acre site that was developed in the early 1900’s. The source of the contaminated soil and groundwater can be traced back to past operations from the 1940’s through 1960’s. At that time, the waste containing chlorinated solvents was dumped on site. KSingh was able to obtain a $165,000 brownfield grant for this project. The grant was used for the environmental investigation at the site. Soil remediation, vapor intrusion testing, and a monitored natural attenuation testing program were completed which brought the property to closure. Currently, the property is operating as a successful plating facility.