Our Phase I ESAs meet the requirements of ASTM E1527-13 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I ESA Process, as well as the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) rule, "Standards for Conducting All Appropriate Inquiries” (AAI; 40 CFR 312). The reports generated as a result of the investigation include recommendations for investigation of any suspected contamination identified.
CORE completed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Asbestos
Containing Materials Survey, Lead Based Paint Survey and a Ground
Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey for Habitat for Humanity –NYC. For
the asbestos survey a site inspection was performed in accordance with the
appropriate guidelines to identify potential asbestos-containing materials
(ACM), which was quantified and sampled for analysis by an independent
laboratory, EMSL Analytical, Inc. The survey...
CORE performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) for
the properties located at 21 S. Ryan Street and 245 Dearborn Street in
Buffalo, New York for the purposes of potential property transactions.
The Phase I ESAs were performed to identify recognized environmental
conditions (RECs), historical recognized environmental conditions
(HRECs), controlled recognized environmental conditions (CRECs),
and/or potential environmental concerns (PECs) in associat...
CORE completed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
with limited subsurface soil investigation and hazardous materials
survey of three on-Site buildings for the City of Niagara Falls for the
property located at 3625 Highland Avenue. CORE was also tasked with
performing a limited subsurface soil investigation to confirm the presence
or absence of compounds detected in shallow soils during a previous
Site investigation. CORE oversaw the advancement of fo...