Active Projects

0 Andrew Avenue, Naugatuck

Project Type: Cleanup Planning Activities: The Borough of Naugatuck was sub-granted $200,000 and an additional $350,000 for cleanup planning and remedial activities at the former Risdon Manufacturing site. Environmental data collected on site will help the Borough of Naugatuck determine redevelopment options for future reuse. Project Status:  Environmental Site Assessment Activities are complete. Reports have been

1 Main Street, Berlin

Project Type: Assessment Activities: This vacant 1.61-acre lot has been proposed as the new home for 14 condominium units. The Regional Brownfield Partnership issued a sub-grant to the Town of Berlin $46,800 for a Phase III environmental site assessment in order to close existing data gaps. Project Status: Environmental activities are near completion. The Town will use

130 Freight Street, Waterbury

Project Type: Cleanup Planning Assessment Activities: NVCOG’s Revolving Loan Fund Committee awarded the Waterbury Development Corporation a $200,000 sub-grant for cleanup planning activities at 130 Freight Street Waterbury. Funds at the former Anaconda American Brass factory will be applied for assessment, cleanup planning, and environmental professional services on site. The site is included in the City of

143 Wolcott Road, Wolcott

Project Type: Assessment Activities: The town has requested assistance obtaining a Phase I environmental site assessment. NVCOG has secured a site access agreement. DTE, the selected environmental firm has produced a phase I report. Project Status: NVCOG staff is assisting the Town to facilitate a property transfer.

170 Freight Street & 00 West Main Street, Waterbury

Project Type: Cleanup Planning NVCOG’s Revolving Loan Fund has sub-granted The Waterbury Development Corporation $350,000.00 for cleanup planning, remediation, and abatement activities at 170 Freight Street & 000 West Main Street, Waterbury CT (collectively, the Property), also known as the former Anaconda-American Brass Company site. Funding would be used to develop

300 Broad Street, Bristol

Project type: Assessment Activities: The Regional Brownfield Partnership has awarded 300 Broad Street Properties LLC. $83,000 in petroleum assessment funds to conduct environmental assessment activities inside the combined 175,000 foot facility and surrounding footprint. The site was historically used for a variety of manufacturing and industrial purposes. The century-old manufacturing

318 North Main Street, Southington

Project Type: Remediation Activities: 318 North Main LLC. has received a $400,000 loan through the Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments (NVCOG) EPA Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) program. Loan funding will be applied to eligible remediation activities at 318 North Main Street, Southington. The borrower intends to remediate and redevelop the site

359 Mill Street, Waterbury (Brass City Harvest)

  Project Type: Cleanup Planning Activities: The Revolving Loan Fund Committee of NVCOG has awarded the Waterbury Development Corporation a $86,000 sub-grant to assist with State remedial closeout requirements at 359 Mill Street, Waterbury. The Site, also known as the Brass City Harvest, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that uses urban agriculture to

526 North Main Street, Waterbury

Project Type: Assessment Activities:  The Regional Brownfield Partnership has awarded NEST, formerly the Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury a $100,000 subgrant for environmental assessment activities at 526 North Main Street, Waterbury. Data will be used to determine the scope of required remediation on-site. The proposed redevelopment of this former industrial site consists of a 100+

67-71 Minerva Street, Derby

Project Type: Assessment Activities: NVCOG’s Revolving Loan Fund Committee awarded the city of Derby $293,000 to conduct remedial activities at a former and currently vacant autobody shop. The site is located along the Naugatuck River, within a Transportation Oriented Development area and in close proximity to other downtown redevelopment projects. Supplemented by

698 South Main Street, Waterbury

Project Type: Cleanup Planning Activities: NVCOG’s Revolving Loan Fund Committee has awarded the Waterbury Development Corporation a subgrant for $277,000, joining an initial award of $200,000 to facilitate cleanup planning and remedial activities at 698 South Main Street, Waterbury. This property, nestled between the Naugatuck and Mad Rivers, was once the campus
Derby O'Sullian Island

Derby O’Sullivan’s Island

Project Type: DECD funded – Environmental Sampling and U.S. Fish and Wildlife funded – Engineering/Construction Activities: Environmental Assessment Activities include Phase I and Phase II Environmental Assessment Activities while U.S. Fish and Wildlife funded activities includes the Design, Engineering, and Construction of a Fishing and Viewing Platform O’Sullivan’s Island is
Main Street South in Derby

Main Street South, Derby

Project Type: Assessment Activities: Environmental Site Assessments on 4 parcels:  2 Factory Street 23 Factory Street 90 Main Street 0 Water Street The City of Derby received multiple inquiries from private parties regarding city-owned parcels south of Main Street. These parcels have long been part of Derby’s central design district and