Property Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) can involve three Phases, determined by the property type, location, size, its intended and past use, and availability of property records.
ESA Phase I—Identifying Environmental Concerns During Phase I, a determination is made on the environmental conditions of the property, with a thorough onsite inspection, documentation log with photographs, meetings with any relevant parties and a review of pertinent records of property former use. CES provides the client with a comprehensive written report following the evaluation.
ESA Phase II—Environmental Sampling Based on the determination of Phase I investigation, Phase II would follow with samples taken at the site to farther evaluate the potential hazard(s). CES provides a complete report explaining the sampling rationale, procedures, and the review of analytical results. At this point, any recommendation on remediation would be made if necessary.
ESA Phase III—Environmental Remediation Phase III addresses the remediation of the property. CES would design and manage the implementation of remediation, monitor compliance protocol.