PMPs were designed to be a dynamic workplan that provide for the complete remediation of releases of hazardous substances/petroleum products during property redevelopment. To meet that goal the PMP must consider the history of the property, the known environmental assessment data, the future land uses, and the construction excavation needs of the project. The PMP must provide for any additional assessment activities, mitigation criteria, confirmation sampling, the proper handling and disposition of soil impacted with constituents of concern (CoCs), protection of construction workers and the adjacent community, the protection of human health of the future occupants and users of the site, and protect the water resources within the site vicinity. The goal of a PMP should be to address all of these concerns while efficiently integrating the mitigation efforts with the construction activities.