Phase II Subsurface Investigations

If a Phase I Environmental Property Assessment identifies a potential for the presence of contamination below the surface of a property, a Phase II Subsurface Investigation is recommended/conducted to determine whether these recognized conditions have affected the soil and/or groundwater of the subject property.  The Phase II will identify the source and potentially delineate the extent of contamination prior to conducting a strategy for remediation.  Appropriate soil borings and groundwater samples may be taken in accordance with federal, state and local regulatory agency specifications in an effort to fully evaluate the site and determine the need for additional work, or whether no further action is necessary.

Services include:

  • Soil and Groundwater Assessment activites to determine subsurface conditions and whether adsorbed of dissolved phase impacts exist.
  • Remedial design and implementation to address any impacts observed during investigation activities.

In every real estate transaction, you want to be sure that your interests are protected. We can help you avoid late transaction surprises and move quickly to the closing.