Embracing the historic and toxic legacies of a SVOCs-contaminated brownfield
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As representative contaminants found at the brownfield sites, Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds (SVOCs) have negative effects on people that exposed to them. This thesis explores the potential of combining landscape interventions and conventional remedial strategies for SVOCs-polluted brownfields to enhance the remediation process while embracing the historic and toxic legacies of these sites. The research analyzes the potential of being combined with landscape interventions of different remedial strategies and provides possible design solutions. Relevant literature and cases are reviewed in this thesis and a conceptual design for Boulevard Crossing Park, a SVOCs-contaminated site, is provided to examine the possibility of such combination.