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Environmental Site Assessment

LEVEL I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT
FOR THE EVALUATION OF
POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

LOAN STYLE: HTAE
HWY. 287 NEAR BROAD STREET PROPERTY
MANSFIELD, TEXAS

REQUESTING OFFICER: CLAY SMITH
INSPECTION ID # R-901761

Prepared for
NCNB-TEXAS
Dallas, Texas

Prepared by
Thomas C. Ponder, Jr., PE, General Manager
Bennett Howell, Project Engineer
INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
1006 N. Bowen Road
Arlington, Texas 76012

IT Project No. 42-3023
January 1991

ATTACHMENT A

LEVEL I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT
LOAN STYLE HTAE
HWY. 287 NEAR BROAD STREET PROPERTY
MANSFIELD, TEXAS

Date of Inspection: January 7, 1991
Site Inspector: Bennett Howell

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.1 Summary of Findings

The Hwy. 287 near Broad Street property is located in the City of Mansfield, Tarrant County, Texas (Mapsco Location 124Q) approximately 2500 feet northwest of the intersection of Hwy. 287 and Broad Street, as shown on Figure 1. The site inspection was conducted on January 7, 1991, by Mr. Bennett Howell of International Technology Corporation (IT).

All of the 15.7-acre property is overgrown with small trees and grass. The site is fenced with a barbed-wire fence along the northern, eastern, and western boundaries. The southern boundary is open to an adjacent field.

Review of aerial photographs from 1964 to 1990 reveal that the land and surrounding land have always been undeveloped farm and pasture land except when James McKnight Park was built on the northwest boundary of the property.

No facilities with aboveground tanks were observed within a 1/2-mile radius of the property. There are three facilities with a total of eleven underground storage tanks -(USTs) within a 1/2-mile radius of the property.

Field investigation (i.e., soil borings, well installation) or other quantitative/qualitative-limited samplings were not undertaken. The findings of the report are based solely on visible observation of the site and review of federal and state regulatory and city and county records.

1.2 conclusions and Recommendations

Based upon the Level I Environmental Site Assessment, there does not appear to be any environmental concerns at the property at the time of the report. IT Corporation recommends that a Level II investigation is not warranted at this time.

This report was produced for the exclusive use of NCNB-Texas.

7. REGULATORY/GOVERNMENT AGENCY INQUIRIES

A review of environmental regulatory records was performed to determine if the property has faced or is currently facing any regulatory actions, fines, or violations for conditions that would have an environmental impact on the property.

7.1 Federal and State Regulatory Agency inquiries

The following federal information sources were reviewed to determine suspected or confirmed sites of environmental concern within a three-mile radius of the subject property:

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) National Priorities List (NPL); and

  • USEPA Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Information System (CERCLIS), Region VI, Dallas.

There are no NPL sites located within three miles of the property.

A CERCLIC site was located approximately 2.8 miles southeast of the site at Miller S. and Southern Pacific Railroad tracks. The site is:

Britton General Store
EPA ID No. TXD981601784

Carla Richardson, EPA-Dallas, was contacted about the site. Ms. Richardson said the site was inspected in November 1986 and was on the CERCLIS list due to the pesticides and herbicides and similar items sold at the store.

The following state information sources were reviewed to determine suspected or confirmed sites of environmental concern within a 1/2-mile radius of the subject property:

  • Texas Water Commission (TWC) Underground Storage Tanks (UST) Regulation List; and

  • TWC Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) List.

A review of the TWC lists revealed eleven registered USTs at three sites within a 1/2-mile radius of the subject property. None of the three sites were on the TWC LUST list.

7.2 Local Government Inquiries

City of Mansfield, City of Fort Worth, and Tarrant County governmental offices were contacted. At the time of submittal of this report, replies from the various offices had not been received. This information will be reviewed and forwarded to NCNB-Texas for inclusion in our report as soon as it is received.

 
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