Chazen’s environmental professionals conduct Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) to identify conditions to assist with property transaction strategies and help clients qualify for CERCLA landowner liability protection. For projects that do not need a full Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Chazen offers Transaction Screens to meet client and/or lender goals. When sample collection and analysis is warranted, Chazen conducts Phase II Environmental Site Assessments for various media. Chazen’s team works across commercial, industrial, residential, and rural properties, and remediates identified contamination to facilitate transactional success. Chazen also assists clients by conducting pre-demolition and pre-renovation asbestos surveys consistent with NYS DOL Code Rule 56.
Our environmental professionals coordinate with other Chazen disciplines to provide Building Condition Assessments, entitlement reviews for zoning and land redevelopment purposes, wetland delineations, ecological reviews, and surveys. These services provide clients with a full review of current opportunities and liabilities associated with a property and can be helpful during the acquisition, sale process, renovation, or redevelopment of a property.
Chazen’s team conducts targeted investigations to assess potential impacts at a site. The scope of the Phase II Environmental Site Assessment are customized to address the client’s concerns.
Some Phase II Investigation Methods Include:
男朋为什么在被窝里吃我的胸Chazen conducted a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) of a former recreational vehicle sales and service property. The report was prepared consistent with current standards and also met the requirements of the US Housing and Urban Development Agency (HUD). The scope of work included evaluation of potential vapor encroachment, wetlands, endangered species/significant habitats, noise, explosive/flammable hazards, sole source aquifers and airport clear zones. The property included a showroom, offices, vehicle maintenance and service areas, a modular office trailer, vehicle storage and residences.
After the completion of the Phase I ESA, Chazen conducted a Phase II ESA to assess the recognized environmental conditions and significant data gaps identified during the Phase I. The Phase II investigation included a ground penetrating radar (GPR) survey, shallow and subsurface soil sampling and analysis at drainage and tank areas, shallow groundwater and potable water sampling and analysis, and visual inspection of the interior of a holding tank. During site redevelopment for a new medical facility, no additional environmental issues were discovered. Chazen’s asbestos inspector also performed a pre-demolition asbestos survey of site buildings.