Property Assessment / Investigation

Federal and state environmental laws and regulations impose environmental liability on property owners—past and present. A comprehensive and professional environmental assessment is critical prior to the transfer of any property. REPSG’s assessments will identify any past or present activities or conditions that may represent a “recognized environmental condition” according to ASTM E 1527-13.

REPSG performs the complete range of environmental site assessment services, ranging from preliminary investigations (Phase I) through final cleanup and/or remediation.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

Here, REPSG specialists determine environmental liabilities that may be visible or already documented to exist on a property. This streamlined, non-intrusive, and cost-effective assessment is crucial in defining the presence or absence of current and past environmental conditions.

Phase I Assessment Services can include

  • Site Reconnaissance
  • Pertinent Interviews
  • Historical Records Search (Corporate and Government)
  • Geological Background Study
  • Wetlands Delineation
  • Assessment of Vapor Intrusion (ASTM Standard E 2600)
  • Completion of HUD Form 4128
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Compliance Assessments

Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

Where conditions related to environmental liabilities are suspected to exist, but cannot be defined without intrusive investigation, REPSG offers Phase II Site Assessment services. Our experience with Pennsylvania Act 2, New Jersey’s ISRA program, and Delaware’s HSCA program gives you a partner with a distinct advantage in designing the right assessment for your needs.

Site investigations fall into two major categories—Site Assessments and Structures/Indoor Environment assessments.  At REPSG, these could include:

Site Assessment

  • Magnetometer Surveys
  • Groundwater Contamination Investigation and Contamination Delineation
  • Soil Investigation and Contamination Delineation
  • Ground-Penetrating Radar Surveys
  • Geophysical Surveys
  • Underground Utility Location
  • Soil Borings: Geoprobe, Hollow Stem Auger, and Air-Rotary
  • Monitoring Well Installation
  • Media (Soil, Groundwater, Air, Liquid, or Bulk Solids) Sampling
  • Certified Laboratory Analysis
  • Baseline Assessments and Air Sampling for OSHA Compliance
  • Hazardous Materials Sampling and Characterization
  • Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Transformer Sampling and Analysis
  • Vapor Intrusion Assessments

Structures and Indoor Environment Assessment

  • Asbestos-Containing Material Surveys and Hazard Assessments
  • AHERA Asbestos Management Plans
  • Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Operations and Maintenance Plans
  • Certified Air Monitoring Services and Oversight During Asbestos Abatement
  • Lead-Based Paint Surveys and Hazard Assessments
  • Potable Water Sampling and Analysis
  • Indoor Mold Surveys and Sampling
  • Indoor Air Quality Sampling and Evaluation
  • Radon Testing

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