Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
Engineering, Design and Construction Services
Development of the Site History

• Evaluation of Potential Environmental Impacts to Subject Property by review of regulatory agency information for spills, active and inactive landfills, leaking underground storage tanks and hazardous waste facilities on or about the subject property.

• Evaluation of Local Geologic and Hydrogeologic Conditions

• Physical Inspection of the Subject Property and adjacent properties for evidence of hazardous waste disposal, contamination and filling or dumping activity.

• Preparation of a Final Report

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Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are conducted in compliance with the ASTM 1527-05 standards including an all appropriate inquiry of past land use and ownership. The purpose of the assessment is to examine the subject site and evaluate its historical land use to identify recognized environmental conditions.

Recognized environmental conditions, as defined by ASTM in its E1527 - 05 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments, include the presence or likely presence of hazardous substances or petroleum products on a property that indicate an existing release, a past release, or a material threat of a release. The Phase I Environmental Site Assessment does not include any sampling for asbestos containing building materials, lead based paint or radon within any structures.
The Phase I Assessment includes the following items: