Since 2007, ESE Partners has been providing Houston environmental assessment for land development projects and other important due diligence services.
With our headquarters based right here in Houston, and a team of experienced, knowledgeable environmental engineers and scientists on our staff, we’re able to provide you with information and insight into the environmental problems you might be facing.
Environmental assessment for land development in Houston TX comes in many forms and our team can talk to you about your needs and which of our due diligence services will satisfy those needs. We offer:
- Phase I ESA: This is the gold standard for Houston environmental assessment for land development. Our team will visit your site, visually inspect it and also carefully research the history behind the property to determine if it is at risk of potential contaminants or other hazards.
- Phase II ESA: If a Phase I ESA reveals cause for concern, a Phase II ESA goes further by sampling media from your site and testing it in a lab to definitively confirm whether or not contaminants are present on your property. With this information, our team can work with you to help you develop an effective course of action to address the issues.
- Transaction screens and desktop reviews: These forms of environmental assessment for land development in Houston TX are essentially pared-down versions of the ESA but still offer credible insight into the environmental problems on your property.
- Property Condition Assessments (PCAs): This is an evaluation of commercial structures to determine physical deficiencies and how much they might cost to fix.
The list goes on from there — from asbestos containing material (ACM) surveys to oil & gas pre-drill assessments. ESE Partners has many ways to analyze and assess your property.
Consult with the team at ESE Partners
From Houston environmental assessment for land development to dealing with issues of compliance, remediation and natural resources, our team is ready to help responsibly move business forward through environmental problem solving.