Company Experience and Capabilities

  • Performed numerous Phase I ESAs required for real estate transfers, primarily in Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Projects were conducted in accordance with ASTM standards, All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) procedures, and specific client or loan institution requirements. Projects generally involved site visits, interviews, and record reviews to assess potential environmental liabilities at subject property and surrounding properties, followed by preparation of a Phase I ESA report that included a professional opinion of potential liabilities.
  • Performed numerous Phase II ESAs as part of real estate due diligence, primarily in Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. These projects result from findings during a Phase I ESA and generally included soil and/or groundwater screening at the subject property. The Phase II ESA reports included a summary of sampling activities and subsequent analytical results, as well as recommendations and associated costs for further actions, as appropriate.
  • Performed numerous Phase III ESAs Remediation for environmentally contaminated or polluted sites requiring cleanup. Services include turnkey engineering management and oversight, remedial investigation work plans, remediation cleanup plans, closure plans, and post cleanup confirmation, and obtained No Further Action (NFA) letters where requested and feasible.
  • Coordinated groundwater monitoring well installation and sampling activities for various clients involving different constituents of concern. Development of Monitoring Well Installation and Sampling Reports, Source Delineation Reports, Groundwater Sampling Reports for Quarterly and Semiannual Reporting, Monitoring Well Decommissioning Reports, RECAP Screening Reports, Focused Characterization and Abatement Reports, etc.
  • We are a MDEQ approved Brownfield consulting firm. A Brownfield is defined as, under certain legal exclusions and additions, real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. Primary advantages to owners and developers of a brownfield site include: avoiding potential enforcement for costly clean-up and fines; tax benefits; reducing likelihood of contaminant migration; improved community reputation; FEC financial statements risk reduction; and enhanced return on investment.