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Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

Thinking of Purchasing a Commercial Property?

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is a historical and current review of the subject property to identify any potential environmental concerns and should be conducted any time you purchase a commercial, industrial or agricultural property.

The term “recognized environmental condition” means the presence or likely presence of any hazardous substances or petroleum products in, on, or at a property, due to any release or potential release into the environment.

If you are buying a commercial property, especially next to or near a gas station, dry cleaners or other potentially environmentally sensitive facility, you should have a Phase I report performed on the property prior to taking ownership. Even if the property you are purchasing is not the source of the recognized environmental condition, it could take thousands of dollars to prove it is from an adjacent property and your expenditure may not be recoverable.

In most cases, a Phase II (soil and/or groundwater testing) will not be warranted, but if the Phase I identifies a recognized environmental condition which could impact the subject property you are purchasing, a Phase II will be recommended.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Services Provided

The Phase I will be conducted pursuant to ASTM E 1527-13 standards and include:

1) A review of site ownership and environmental records to assess past uses and the potential for past on-site hazardous waste disposal;

2) A site reconnaissance to evaluate the existing site and vicinity conditions;

3) Review of historical aerial photographs, Sanborn Maps and city directories, if available, as well as adjacent land uses;

4) A written report that documents work performed, the results of the assessment, conclusions and recommendations, if warranted.

Thinking of Purchasing a Commercial Property?


Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
is a historical and current review of the subject property to identify any potential environmental concerns and should be conducted any time you purchase a commercial, industrial or agricultural property.

The term “recognized environmental condition” means the presence or likely presence of any hazardous substances or petroleum products in, on, or at a property, due to any release or potential release into the environment.

If you are buying a commercial property, especially next to or near a gas station, dry cleaners or other potentially environmentally sensitive facility, you should have a Phase I report performed on the property prior to taking ownership. Even if the property you are purchasing is not the source of the recognized environmental condition, it could take thousands of dollars to prove it is from an adjacent property and your expenditure may not be recoverable.

In most cases, a Phase II (soil and/or groundwater testing) will not be warranted, but if the Phase I identifies a recognized environmental condition which could impact the subject property you are purchasing, a Phase II will be recommended.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Services Provided

The Phase I will be conducted pursuant to ASTM E 1527-13 standards and include:

1) A review of site ownership and environmental records to assess past uses and the potential for past on-site hazardous waste disposal;

2) A site reconnaissance to evaluate the existing site and vicinity conditions;

3) Review of historical aerial photographs, Sanborn Maps and city directories, if available, as well as adjacent land uses;

4) A written report that documents work performed, the results of the assessment, conclusions and recommendations, if warranted.

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Request a FREE
Phone Consultation

using the form below or call us at:

(386) 679-7326

Certifications/Licenses

• Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE)
American Council For Accredited Certification
Certificate #02324

• Florida Licensed Mold Assessor
License #MRSA28

• AHERA Asbestos Facility Inspector
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Certificate #AA1011171R06
ID #9775

• OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Material/Waste:
Health & Safety
29 CFR 1910.120

Contact Us

Phone: 386-679-7326
chuck@cflenvironmental.com

Mold inspection Daytona Beach      Environmental Assessments Daytona Beach

Contact Us

Phone: 386-679-7326
chuck@cflenvironmental.com

      

Certifications/Licenses

• Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE)
American Council For Accredited Certification
Certificate #02324

• Florida Licensed Mold Assessor
License #MRSA28

• AHERA Asbestos Facility Inspector
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Certificate #AA1011171R06
ID #9775

• OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Material/Waste:
Health & Safety
29 CFR 1910.120