Clearing, grubbing and earthwork to convert a former golf course into a single and multi-family housing development. The existing course had arsenic levels which exceeded the residential allowable. A soils management plan was followed and through mixing, capping and special placement of this material, the levels of arsenic met required standards. The existing drainage on the site was modified and greatly improved by the creation of several new lakes and canals and the backfilling of existing lakes using coffer dams. This allowed for desilting ponds in dry conditions. Earthmoving operations included 799,400 cubic yards of material moved and placed.