Phase II Environmental Site Assessments

A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment is an “intrusive” investigation which gathers original samples to be analyzed for various contaminants including:

  • Soil and Groundwater – Most frequently tested for
    • Petroleum Hydrocarbons
    • Heavy Metals
    • Pesticides /Herbicides
    • Solvents
  • Building materials – Most frequently tested for:
    • Asbestos
    • Lead-Based Paint
    • Mold

A Phase II ESA is performed to evaluate potential environmental impact. They are typically initiated based on the findings of the Phase I ESA. Activities conducted during the Phase II investigation are site specific but typically include:

  • Site sampling plan developed on the findings of the Phase I ESA
  • Laboratory analysis
  • Remedial alternatives and cost evaluation
  • Report of findings and recommendations

Phase II ESAs can be complex in nature. Please contact us to discuss the conditions of your site.