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PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS

We perform records review, site reconnaissance, and interviews per ASTM E1527-13 to identify the presence of recognized environmental conditions during the due diligence period of a property transaction.

We review readily available records to help identify likely contaminants and locations, such as facility Information – e.g., building plans, state and federal permitting records, prior audits/assessments, compliance records, contaminant migration pathways – e.g., topographic information, soil and subsurface data, groundwater information, environmental and health record databases and public records – e.g., state and local health departments, OPS, CDPHE, health assessments, fire insurance maps, aerial photographs, deed and title records.

While conducting a site visit, we observe for features such as: odors, wells, vents, pits, ponds, lagoons, drums or storage containers, stained soil or pavement, distressed vegetation, waste storage areas, or tank piping. We conduct interviews to obtain additional information on prior and/or current uses and conditions of the property. We interview individuals such as: site owner and/or site manager, site occupants, government officials, neighbors, and the user. Indications of recognized environmental conditions identified during these investigations may warrant a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment.

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Contact Us by Phone: 303-699-7870
Denver - Parker, Colorado and the United States.
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