Environmental Site Assessments

The intent of an Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is to identify potential environmental concerns, prior to the purchase of property, with the level of effort consistent to the environmental potential of the site. At the base level is the Phase I ESA, intended to provide you with an initial site reconnaissance and screening of potential environmental concerns associated with current site use. The Phase II ESA provides additional information concerning subsurface conditions through sampling and laboratory testing in areas of known or suspect contamination.

Text-based Table of Contents

Preparing a Vision of Your Project | Developing a Marketing Plan | Developing a Proforma
Sources of Project Financing | Project Phases | Wetland Delineation and Summary Report
Environmental Site Assessments | Permit Acquisition Process
Project Delivery Systems | Data Checklist

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