Cleanup success stories

B. F. Nelson

A historic building in Minneapolis is renovated after soil polluted with heavy metals, PAHs and VOCs is cleaned up.

Arcola Mills Historic Foundation

The 54-acre property was first developed in the 1840s as a sawmill village and is now a retreat facility for business and community groups.

455 Hardman Avenue site

Contaminated soil and buried debris were removed from a site in the former stockyards area of South St. Paul to get it ready for redevelopment.

Bass Lake Dump site

Redevelopment of an old ash dump. The following story describes how MNTBAP has provided assessment assistance for brownfield projects in Minnesota.

Van Cleve Court site

An old grain elevator becomes multi-family residential housing.

Coloplast Corporation

An old sawmill site becomes a headquarters building along the Mississippi River.

Clyde Iron Works

An old manufacturing plant becomes the Duluth Heritage Sports Center.

Ripley Gardens

Dr. Ripley takes on some new boarders in Minneapolis.

Urban Ventures II Cristo Rey

We can learn and be successful in the footsteps of the Jesuits and Colin Powell.

Lumen Building

The battery lead is gone but Lumen shines brightly in Uptown.