Marysville Joint Unified School District, New 75-acre High School and Middle School
|Project Name:||Marysville Joint Unified School District, New 75-acre High School and Middle School|
|Services:||Preliminary Environmental Site Assessment|
|Client:||Marysville Joint Unified School District|
Padre completed a preliminary environmental site assessment (PEA) for a new, 75-acre high school and middle school located between Broadway Road and Plumas Arboga Road in Marysville, Yuba County, California. The PEA was performed to assess potential impacts from the weathering of lead-based paint, presence of pole-mounted electrical transformers containing polychlorinated biphenyl, and former agricultural use. Based on sample results, Padre implemented a housekeeping activity to remove a limited amount of lead-impacted soil around a former structure and prevent the school district from entering into a removal action. The PEA was performed under the regulatory oversight of the Department of Toxic Substances Control for evaluating new and expanding school sites.