impact assessment services in Maine

  • Noise impact assessments (NIA)

    Noise impact assessments (NIA) are an essential part of the planning process for renewable energy developments and our expert noise team has the capability to conduct assessments at all stages of the project lifecycle. The team is experienced in acting as due diligence assessor for banks and lending institutions who have noise considerations as ...

    By SgurrEnergy Ltd. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Noise impact assessments (NIA) Service line

  • Phase II Environmental Site Assessments

    A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (Phase II ESA) is an investigation of soil, groundwater, surface water, sediments, and occasionally bedrock or indoor air. The purpose of a Phase II ESA is to evaluate potential source areas of contamination, determine the extent of potential contaminant migration from the source areas, and determine if ...

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

    The purpose of a Phase I ESA is to research historical and current land use at the site and immediate surroundings and evaluate the potential environmental impacts that may be associated with the site's current conditions. A Phase I ESA is typically performed prior to a real estate transfer. Campbell Environmental Group has prepared numerous Phase ...

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

  • Building Energy Performance Assessments Services

    An increasing number of States are moving towards requiring energy efficiency disclosure for commercial properties, and performing a Pre-construction Sustainability Review is already standard practice across the industry. Additionally, the ASTM Building Energy Performance Assessment Standard (E2797-11) was published February 10th, ...

    By Blackstone Consulting based in Portland, MAINE (USA).

  • Remote Sensing Services

    Remote sensing devices such as Galion Lidar offer wind farm developers powerful new options for assessing the wind resource at proposed or operational wind farm sites. They are a compact, portable, robust alternative to a traditional meteorological mast, which can be installed on a temporary and economic basis, with minimal impact and no ...

    By SgurrEnergy Ltd. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Remote Sensing Services Service line

  • Brownfields Redevelopment

    The Purpose of Brownfields Redevelopment is to expand, redevelop, or reuse a property which may be complicated by real or perceived environmental contamination. The Brownfields Program provides communities with financial assistance in assessing potential environmental impacts and the associated cleanup through US EPA funded grants. CEG can assist ...

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

  • Environmental Documentation

    We have extensive experience in preparing Environmental Assessments (EA) and Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) to fulfill the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related state regulations. We have developed a proven approach to evaluating practical measures for minimizing adverse impacts while enhancing beneficial ...

    By Normandeau Associates Inc Office in MAINE (USA). from Environmental Documentation Service line

  • Environmental Services

    Many onshore wind farm sites are developed in remote locations and developers are often keen to ensure that minimal disruption to the environment occurs. This is why SgurrEnergy’s environmental team gets involved in projects to assess and review potential impacts to ensure that all aspects of the site’s surrounding environment is ...

    By SgurrEnergy Ltd. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Commercial Services

    Our Commercial Services team provides independent technical and commercial assessments of individual assets and portfolios that are confidential, accurate and consistent. With a truly global client list, we have worked in most hydrocarbon producing basins around the world. By understanding the key drivers that impact on valuations, we provide ...

    By LR Senergy Office in Maine, MAINE (USA). from Commercial Services Service line

  • Storage Tank Removals - Trucking Facility

    Campbell Environmental Group supervised the removal of a 1,000-gallon capacity, concrete, underground structure, from a trucking facility in southern Maine. Following the removal of the structure, CEG completed Phase I and Phase II ESAs at the site. The concrete structure acted as an oil/water separator for storm water collected from two catch ...

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

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