Nelson Engineering is qualified and experienced in conducting Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs). The investigation methods and reports are performed in conformance with the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard Practice 1527-05 which is utilized for Commercial Real Estate Transactions. This practice of due diligence will satisfy the specific reporting and investigation procedures necessary to meet the “innocent landowner’s defense” under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).
Nelson Engineering will identify the potential, the presence, likely presence, or historical evidence of hazardous substances or petroleum products that may be affecting a subject property. Phase II assessments will focus on the nature and extent of contaminants, and the effect they have on structures, soils, groundwater, or surface waters. Phase I and Phase II ESAs exclude conditions that do not constitute a material threat to human health, the environment, or generally would not be the subject of an enforcement action by the appropriate governmental agencies. Phase III remediation practices are designed on a site specific basis, depending on the nature of the contamination, the site characteristics, and regulatory compliance.
Nelson Engineering is committed to offering a full range of environmental services that protect our natural resources, the public health, and the environment. Our team accomplishes this through a proactive and thorough approach to condition assessments, and a strong working relationship with the regulatory agencies. Our capabilities are further enhanced by our understanding of the applicable permitting requirements, contaminant characteristics, and remediation techniques.
Nelson Engineering applies sense, science, and engineering principles to the protection of our land and water resources.
- Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments
- Surveying (topographic, boundary, platting, and construction)
- Phase III Voluntary remediation and site reclamation
- Feasibility and due diligence studies
- Regulatory permitting & compliance
- Soil and groundwater monitoring
- Environmental Assessment Preparation
- Water quality testing
- Regulatory interpretation
- Asbestos inspection
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