A thorough Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is the foundation for successful environmental due diligence. The purpose of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is to identify recognized environmental conditions associated with a property.
Our Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are performed in accordance with ASTM International Standard Practice E 1527-13 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process and USEPA’s All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI) (40 CFR Part 312).
One of the most important aspects of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is identifying the property’s previous uses. Our in-depth historical research often reveals detailed uses that would not otherwise be reveled through standard sources.
Example: A 1945 photograph showing details of significant use of a property