|Name||Glen Raven Mills|
|Address||800 Manning Street, Kinston NC|
|Grant Type||Environmental Assessment|
The Phase I ESA was completed at this property on December 30, 2015. The 11.6-acre property includes one parcel and is located at 800 Manning Street, south of the intersection of Hood Street and Atlantic Avenue. The property is improved with three structures associated with the former Glen Raven Mill. According to aerial photography and historical Sanborn maps, the site has been occupied by a cotton/spinning mill and residential dwellings since at least 1914. At the time of the inspection, a portion of the subject site was occupied by the National Spinning Company and the remaining onsite structures were vacant. RECs identified in the Phase I ESA included the historical operation of the site as a cotton/spilling mill from 1914 until 2002; historical industrial use of the northeast adjacent property, including storage and use of coal; and the historical use of the west adjacent property as a power plant with a documented release of petroleum.
The Phase II ESA was completed at the property on October 21, 2016 to determine if the RECs identified in the Phase I ESA will hinder potential future redevelopment activities. Assessment activities were conducted in two phases. During the first phase, six soil borings were advanced at the site and six permanent monitoring wells were installed. During the second phase, six sub-slab soil gas samples were collected from two on-site structures.