There are restrictions on brownfield projects due to the site’s existing condition, which may include polluted soil or existing structures that architects must remove or modify in some way prior to beginning the project.
Brownfields are former industrial or commercial sites that are at high risk of contamination because they have previously been used for industrial or commercial purposes.
Due to the limited space in brownfield projects, each element, such as pipes, equipment, and buildings, must be scrutinized and placed properly. Additionally, due to the lack of space, larger construction equipment may not be accessible.
Existing infrastructure is often already in place for brownfield projects since they are often expansions or improvements to existing projects. There is no difficulty organizing labor in previously established areas. Delivery locations are readily available. Previous design data, soil studies, and other documents are easily accessible.