Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

Investigation of real property through physical samplings and analyses to determine the nature and extent of contamination and, if indicated, a description of the recommended remediation method.

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Discovery of any of these "red flags" usually indicates the need to have a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment performed.
IVI's services include construction risk management, property condition reports, Phase I & Phase II environmental site assessment, cost segregation, construction cost auditing, and telecom site compliance services.
The Town does not intend to sell the property Completion of Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) in accordance with CT DEEP Site Characterization Guidance Document to collect sufficient information to determine whether or not a release has occurred at each AOC and/or REC identified during the Phase I ESA.
Upon Task Order assignment, the consultant/consultant team will conduct a Phase II environmental site assessment, in accordance with applicable and relevant federal and state
Tenders are invited for Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (Phase II ESA) of the former Beechnut Foods manufacturing property.
As necessary, prepare and/or review any technical studies needed to complete the environmental review, including, but not limited to: hydrological studies, geotechnical reports, water quality analysis, and Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment. 3.
The Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is an "intrusive" investigation which collects original samples of soil, groundwater or building materials to analyze for quantitative values of various contaminants.
Site-specific hazardous substances grant funds will be used to conduct a Phase II environmental site assessment, which will include soil vapor sample screening and groundwater monitoring well sampling, at Tribal Unit-45, a 38.9-acre site on the northern boundary of the Nez Perce Reservation in Orofino.
City of College Park - $300,000 assessment grant ($150,000 for hazardous substances and $150,000 for petroleum) will be used to conduct 16 Phase I and five Phase II environmental site assessments. Grant funds of both types also will be used to develop five cleanup plans and five site reuse plans, update an existing brownfield site inventory and community involvement plan, prioritize sites, and conduct community involvement activities.
A community-wide hazardous substances grant of $171,500 will be used to conduct Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments and prepare cleanup plans.
Archaeological due diligence is usually not a part normal Phase I or Phase II Environmental Site Assessments. Builders should be aware of federal/state/local historic preservation laws and comply.
* Environmental inspection: The most common environmental inspections are Phase 1 and Phase II environmental site assessments (ESAs).