Due Diligence & Site Assessment
Environmental Due Diligence is an investigation of a property to discover the known and potential environmental conditions present on site. We look into all possible environmental issues and provide our clients with a comprehensive report outlining our findings. These reports involve research into previously prepared documents, site visits to confirm or deny previous findings, interaction with regulatory agencies, and interviews with owners of the property. The results of these investigations allow property owners to understand the liabilities of buying, selling, or developing on a potential site.
- Transaction Screen (ASTM)
- Phase I & Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ASTM, AAI)
- Cultural Resources Assessment
- Environmental Planning (CEQA/NEPA)
- Leaking Underground Storage Tank Investigations
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Screening
- Regulatory Database Review or Environmental Desktop Review
Brownfield Environmental Engineering Resources
Few construction or resource extraction projects can be completed without environmental oversight. This can take many different forms, including environmental permitting to achieve regulatory approval, or remediation engineering to remove a historic problem onsite such as an existing fuel spill or buried hazardous waste. It might also include due diligence work, ecological assessment to identify potential issues during the early stages of the project or addressing health and safety issues associated with operations and materials handling.
Brownfield provides a broad range of environmental engineering and science-based environmental services to address these needs.
Contact us to learn more about our services.