Through an Irving Phase 2 environmental site assessment, you can identify any contaminates or environmental hazards on your property and take the necessary steps to address them.
Here at ESE Partners, we’ve been in the business of environmental consulting since opening our doors in 2007. With a team of expert environmental engineers and scientists, we are ready to work closely with you to both identify and address the environmental problems facing your property.
When you are about to purchase a commercial property or embark on a land development project, it’s vital that you identify any hazards or contaminates that might be present there. One of the most effective ways to do so is through an environmental site assessment (ESA).
A Phase I ESA consists of a site visit, visual inspection and review of the property’s history to identify any recognized environmental conditions (RECs). This essentially gauges the likelihood that contaminates might be present on the property. If we identify any RECs, a Phase 2 environmental site assessment in Irving TX might be in order.
Through our Irving Phase 2 environmental inspection, our team takes it a step further by sampling soil, groundwater and other media from potentially contaminated areas and testing them in a lab. This allows us to definitively identify the presence of contaminants.
The information that comes out of a Phase 2 environmental inspection in Irving TX will help guide your next steps forward, and ESE Partners is ready to work with you through the process.
We will help you understand your Phase 2 ESA report and walk you through your available options when it comes to managing contaminants or removing them all together.
Since 2007, we have worked with a wide range of clients to responsibly move business forward through environmental problem solving. It starts with an Irving Phase 2 environmental site assessment and other tests and assessments (i.e. desktop reviews, transaction screenings, etc.). Talk to our team about your needs by connecting with ESE Partners right now.