Concept Plan

ShaeDawn Park

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Why come to the New River Valley?

Front 30 acre Commercial Plot

ShaeDawn Park is a 112 acre plot of land located in the New River Valley with 30 acres at the front of the property zoned as commercial and 82 acres at the back of the property zoned industrial. On July 23, 2014 a groundbreaking ceremony was held to commemorate the soon start to digging for a road to be put through the property that would give access to all the lots of land on the property. 

Tests Done on the Property

‚ÄčSoil Boring Test

Soil Boring Tests are performed by a geotechnical engineer by drilling holes into the soil in order to determine some or all of the following:(1) ability of the soil to support structures on the surface with or without additionalassistance from footings, piers, and other aids; (2) permeability of the soil to determine whether it will percolate sufficiently for an on-site septic system; (3) discover and monitor leakage from underground storagetanks or the presence of other contaminants.

The results from ShaeDawn Park indicated that the property would be able to support structures without assistance from aids. 

Phase 1 Test

In its simplest terms a Phase 1 is a site visit and document review of the surrounding area to determine if further investigation is advised from an environmental stand point.

A Phase 1 inspection is a review of local governmental documents regarding the site to determine what the past usage of the site was along with extensive document review of the surrounding area. It also entails a very involved and detailed site visit by a qualified professional. In addition there is data base information that is gathered and reviewed of the surrounding vicinity to determine if there is a potential risk from an environmental stand point in the immediate area.

These potential risks can be anything from a past gas station on or near the site that might have contaminated the ground water to there having been a dry cleaner on the site that might have spilled chemicals into the ground. There could have been past dumping on the site or an auto repair that did not handle the oils properly, lead in the paint, asbestos, and on and on.

In the Phase 1 Test conducted on the property, no contaminants, endangered species, etc. were found on the property that would delay the start of building,