As part of the due diligence process for real estate transactions, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment’s (ESA’s) can often identify recognized environmental conditions (RECs) associated with the current or former use of a property. RECs can be associated withLeaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) sites that were not properly closed, dry cleaners, manufacturing or industrial facilities, vehicle repair shops, or properties where toxic chemicals may have been used and not disposed of properly.
When Phase II ESA work is needed to assess the potential for soil, groundwater or soil vapor impact, the safety of your field staff and protecting the current property’s infrastructure is critical. GPRS deploys industry leading equipment operated by highly skilled and experienced project managers. Our subsurface investigation methodology (SIM) process ensures that every proposed soil boring, groundwater monitoring well, and soil vapor pin location is cleared of utilities prior to drilling. GPS mapping of utility findings and sample locations is included in every project.
Soil, groundwater or soil gas contamination may be identified above cleanup criteria and additional investigation may be required to determine that no exposure pathways exist or that they can be remediated. With existing maps already in place from the initial investigation, GPRS can quickly locate previous sample locations, complete a utility restake, and help determine if any nearby utilities may be acting as migration pathways for contamination.
GPRS is the trusted leader for damage prevention in the environmental sector. Our project managers deliver results from the beginning of the initial investigation, throughout delineation and remediation, until project completion. With our nationwide network of Project Managers, we are equipped to mobilize to projects across the United States.