Battle of Baton Rouge

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ARC crews are cleaning asbestos from the former Greenwell Springs Resort used as a Confederate HQ prior to the battle of Baton Rouge, LA in 1862. After the battle, the resort was used as a hospital. Both Union and Confederate soldiers were buried in unmarked graves there. A hospital was built in the 1940s along with other buildings on the 164-acre site. The seven-figure project calls for cleaning 200,000 SF of asbestos across 49 buildings. Upon completion, ARC will spread fresh soil and spray new hydraseed.  Read more.

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