PHASE ONE ESAs
DUE DILIGENCE WITHOUT COMPROMISE.
Our Phase One Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) will protect your assets by offering the degree of detail required to legally meet your due diligence obligations. Our reports are guaranteed to meet or exceed the ASTM-E-1527 standard for Phase One Environmental Site Assessments. In some instances, further testing of media may be required to meet this obligation. However, because our reports exceed industry standards and our professionals are meticulously trained and experienced in Phase One ESAs, our recommendations result in fewer sub-surface investigations.
TIME TO UPDATE YOUR ESA?
At APEI, we want you to always come back to us. To insure this, we will update your Phase One ESA for a small fee and in a most expedient manner. Like friends, we believe customers should be for life.
WHAT IS INCLUDED:
This report comes with a computerized color map showing your property at the center and any sites found on the databases surrounding your site. We also include color digital photographs that will bring your project to life and illustrate the property in vivid detail. All telephone conversations will be summarized in the report findings and the actual telephone memos can be found in the appendix of the report. Your report will be presented in written form and a copy will be provided on CD. There are no hassles if you need additional letters of reliance, this is simply part of our services.
If you are interested in having the building or other improvements inspected for their engineering/structural condition, we will have certified and licensed engineers perform surveys as part of your ESA.
A table summarizing our findings and where to locate key information in the report.
Site and vicinity characteristics including drainage patterns, wetlands, geology, hydrogeology and surficial characteristics.
A historical use review to include Sanborn maps, local directories, title search information and aerial photographs.
Above and underground storage tanks.
Suspected lead in paint, soil and water.
Other conditions of concern.
Interviews and source documentation.
Findings and conclusions.
Engineering & Structural survey results if requested.
A Records Search of federal, state and local databases.
Improvements on the property including structures, roads and utilities.
Hazardous substances identified at the property or believed to have been used on the property.
Maps and figures.
A review of ownership/ title information.
Copies of the report on CD.
Hazardous sample results if requested.
The location and legal description of your property.
Current and past uses of the property and adjoining properties.
Hazardous substance containers and unidentified substance containers.
Suspected asbestos containing materials.
Indications of solid waste disposal.
Color, digital site photographs.
Drinking-water and other utility sources.
Reliance letters as needed.
Recommendations for further testing if requested.