With this additional certification, American Environmental is eligible to participate as a DBE on MTA, New York State Department of Transportation, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority federally assisted projects in their certified areas of service including Environmental Consulting Services, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
, Subsurface Investigation and Remediation of Contaminated Sites.
The instruction offered in this new computer-based training product is presented by experts -- the developers of E1527, Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
Process and E 1528, Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Transaction Screen Process.
If it is commercial real estate property, get a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
Currently in draft form and expected to become final in early 2005, the AAI rule dictates not only how a Phase I environmental site assessment
must be performed, but also who can conduct one.
American Environmental Assessment & Solutions, Inc can provide you with a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
that can identify and quantify possible liabilities.
August Mack) now offers an online ordering and delivery system for their Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
Lenders are realizing that environmental insurance also solves problems that Phase I environmental site assessment
reports cannot, such as transferring future risk over the life of the loan.
Environmental Considerations: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
and recommended mitigation or remediation as required.
In fact, a time and cost effective IAQ screening program can easily be appended to the already required Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
(ESA) or Property Condition Survey (PCS) scope of work.
Eldon, a former commissioner of Air Resources for New York City, pointed out that the major problem lies in the ASTM proposal for an initial "Transaction Screen" which stops short of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
that is currently the accepted norm in the industry for first level due diligence in property transactions.