Century City represents the core component of the City of Milwaukee’s revitalization of the 30th Street Corridor. As part of the city’s economic development master plan, Century City will be a high-quality, market ready, modern business park to attract new businesses and jobs, focus private reinvestment in the area, while improving surrounding land uses.
KPH Environmental was hired to manage Asbestos Lead Paint Abatement and Universal Waste for the Century City site, formerly Tower Automotive and the Talgo Train facility building. KPH crews managed the abatement of asbestos-containing materials and lead-base paint for the reconstruction of building 36 (new Talgo Building) and the demolition of site areas A, B, C, D, and F other ACM that were not previously abated or discovered during demolition. All of work was self performed by KPH. Subcontracted elements included Minority/Women/Small Business Enterprise (M/W/SBE), which delivered 29% of the work, surpassing the goal of 25%. In addition, KPH delivered an impressive 60% of Section 3 Business and Residents Employment Goal (surpassing the required 40% RRP). All work was completed between July 1, 2010 and October 15, 2012 for the City of Milwaukee Department of Neighborhood Services with KPH reporting to Tim Benjamin of the department.