phase i assessments Services in Maryland

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Phase I Assessments

by Environmental Profiles, Inc.     based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA)

One of the most critical risks to a purchaser in a real estate transaction is the potential responsibility for environmental hazards associated with the property. Fixing these problems can be notoriously costly—in many cases they can amount to more than the cost of the property. There is no more important step in the transaction than ...

Phase I Environmental Assessment

by PES Associates     based in Hingham, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

PES Associates prepares Phase I Environmental Site Assessment in accordance with rating agency guidelines as well as the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) E 1527-05 Standard Practices for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process.We have completed over 15,000 environmental site assessments nationwide. ...

Phase I Site Assessment Services

by Applied EnviroSolutions, Inc     based in Gilbert, ARIZONA (USA)

Our assessments reports are prepared per the latest ASTM standard and considering client’s specific additional requirements. Staff is experienced and certified inspectors and have extensive qualifications to conduct a survey of any comprehensive site. Our inspectors have been trained for additional testing to identify presence of any vapor ...

Phase I Site Assessments Services

by Linebach Funkhouser, Inc. (LFI)     based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA)

LFI conducts Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) throughout the United States for public, private, municipal, and institutional clients and has a clear understanding of the environmental due diligence process. LFI maintains an open dialogue from project beginning to end to provide meaningful results in a clear, concise format.The threat of ...

Phase I Property Assessment Services

by Chemical Data Management Systems, Inc (CDMS)     based in Dublin, CALIFORNIA (USA)

CDMS has Registered Environmental Assessors on staff who perform environmental assessments to determine the potential impact on a property site where hazardous materials have been used. This service is usually required when property is changing ownership, when bank loans are needed, when property owners want to determine the level of compliance ...

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

by The Ottery Group, Inc.     based in Olney, MARYLAND (USA)

A Phase I ESA is used to evaluate whether historic or current activities on a subject site have a potential to have resulted in contamination, or if possible contamination originating from off-site sources is likely to have resulted in an impact to the subject property. The Phase I ESA is a detailed investigation that is generally used for ...

Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments

by Environmental Training Institute (ETI)     based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA)

The Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002 added the Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser and Contiguous Property Owner to the existing Innocent Landowner Defense, under CERCLA. The Act also directed the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to promulgate a rule containing standards and practices for conducting ...

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments Services

by EBI Consulting     based in Burlington, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

EBI Consulting’s goal in completing a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is to help our clients understand a property's environmental risks completely and in a clear, unambiguous manner. Our approach meets ASTM guidelines and can be augmented with additional protocols to satisfy any party’s needs.

Phase II Assessments

by Environmental Profiles, Inc.     based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA)

When a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) indicates the presence of an environmental hazard, a Phase II ESA is undertaken to present a clearer picture of the hazard and its associated risk and liability. A more intrusive process than the Phase I ESA, samples may be taken of subsurface soil, groundwater & wells, surface water, lead ...

Phase I Site Assessments (2-7 Day Turn Around) (A.A.I. Compliant)

by Environmental Solutions     based in Fort Worth, TEXAS (USA)

A physical on site inspectionSite history investigation including previous usageFederal, State, and Local agency records researchCompletion of a 50 yr. historical title search identifying the previous use, handling, and storage of hazardous materials.

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