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When the former Caraustar - Rittman Paperboard facility was operating at its peak, the plant was home to more than 1,200 local employees.  Its closing in 2006 resulted in the loss of these jobs and left behind 300 acres of vacant real estate in the industrial core of Rittman, Ohio.
 
     
 
 
When Orville and Wilbur Wright began constructing their two airplane manufacturing hangars in 1910, the property they found west of downtown Dayton, Ohio was nothing more than a farmer's field. Today the original hangars are now visible again thanks to the demolition and remediation of 1.2 million square feet of an empty former Delphi manufacturing plant.
 
     
 
 
Hull is proud to have been instrumental in the development of the thriving Hollywood Casino Columbus in Columbus, Ohio. The 300,000-square-foot facility stands on the former Delphi Automotive site, where a sprawling abandoned industrial complex once threatened human and environmental health. Hull oversaw the demolition of more than 1.4 million square feet of derelict structures, the implementation of significant remedial action, and the removal and recycling of contaminated soils in support of safe and rapid redevelopment. The new casino, opened by Penn National Gaming in October 2012, resulted in the creation of 2,000 permanent jobs and nearly $40 million in local tax revenues.
 
     
 
 
Hull was instrumental in establishing a public-private partnership to clean up a 5.49-acre former coal gas manufacturing plant in Toledo, Ohio.  Located along Swan Creek in Toledo's Warehouse District, the site is the former home of the Toledo Gas Light & Coke Company, where coal gas was manufactured from 1887 through 1918.