Our Phase II investigations are individually tailored by our environmental professionals to suit the specific characteristics of each site and overall investigation objectives. Generally, a Phase II may involve a subsurface investigation, which may include geophysical exploration, soil gas surveys, soil sampling, and/or groundwater sampling. CORE owns and maintains the appropriate equipment for such investigations.
CORE completed a Phase II Environmental Site Investigation for the Walden Park property located at 25 Bakos Boulevard in Buffalo, New York. Walden Park is a municipally-owned City of Buffalo park that is comprised of baseball diamonds, a soccer/football field, paved walking areas, gazebos, and other small miscellaneous buildings.
Prior to initiating field activities, CORE prepared a Site-specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP) detailing on-Site safety procedures. Upon
approval of t...
Fort Hamilton is home to the Headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers North Atlantic Division, the New York City Army Recruiting
Battalion, Army Reserve, Army National Guard and Air National
Guard elements. CORE was contracted to complete environmental site
sampling. The investigative work was located at the vicinity of former
Buildings 103 and 107. CORE provided all labor, materials, equipment
and oversight to complete 12 soil and 12 groundwater sample...
At the request of Mendon Truck Leasing, CORE performed a Phase
II Environmental Site Investigation (ESI) and Supplemental ESI
on the property to evaluate subsurface conditions in the area of the
former dispenser island and underground storage tanks (USTs). The
ESIs involved the installation of several soil borings and groundwater
monitoring wells to delineate the horizontal and vertical extent of
potential subsurface impacts. Subsurface soils were screened with...
CORE completed a Phase II Site Investigation for the property located
at 91 Sawyer Avenue, Tonawanda, NY located in close proximity to the
Niagara River. The purpose was to investigate Recognized Environmental
Conditions (REC’s) identified in the Draft Phase I Environmental
Assessment (ESA) completed by others. The RECs identified in the Phase
I ESA were:
Previous soil samples collected on site revealed “low level detections”
CORE Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CORE) completed a Phase
I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), Phase II Environmental Site
Investigation (ESI) Work Plan, and Hazardous Materials Survey for
the New York City Office of Environmental Remediation (NYCOER)
E-Designation Program for the properties at 427 Walton Avenue and 135
East 144th Street, Bronx, New York, as part of the Hostos Community
College Allied Health and Natural Sciences Complex project. An