The Ray and Joan Kroc Center was built on a former landfill in Camden, NJ. A bequest from Mrs. Joan Kroc, grants from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and other generous donations enabled the Salvation Army to build open the center.
Dresdner Robin took the lead in transforming the landfill by providing environmental, landscape architecture, surveying, and remedial oversight support services. These included environmental due diligence, remedial investigations, remedial action work plan, and geotechnical investigations of the site before construction began. Once underway, regulatory permitting, site civil design, landscape architecture, and GPS/Surveying services were provided as well as environmental oversight services like materials management and tracking, testing the infiltration capability of the bio-retention basins, the building of a constructed wetlands and the installation of the site-wide cap. Some of the finished landscape features, along with the facility itself, included ball fields and playgrounds.