An Environmental Consultant that Understands Your Needs
When you are financing a loan, developing a property, or constructing a building time is money and every day counts! Solid Ground Environmental provides our clients with high quality and timely environmental consulting services such as: Phase 1 and 2 Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Wetland Delineations, Asbestos Inspections, Mold Investigation and Environmental Permits.
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Local, state, and federal environmental laws can be confusing and hard to find. Solid Ground Environmental will help you weave your way through the important rules, regulations, and acts applicable to your project.
“Joe and Solid Ground Environmental have become my go-to company for environmental assessments. His company’s work is professional, and timely. I trust Joe and Solid Ground Environmental to give my clients the accurate environmental information they need.”
– Dan Sight, Commercial Real Estate Agent
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Will Your Consultant Make Firm Recommendations
Recently I was completing a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) on a property in Kansas City, Missouri. The current owner provided Solid Ground Environmental and the buyer with a Phase I ESA that was done for them when they purchased the property. While reviewing that prior report, I noticed that the consultant identified two...Read More
Will Your Consultant Go The Extra Mile
The environmental due diligence market is highly competitive. There are many consulting firms that have excellent reputations for providing high quality service and there are some that unfortunately do not. Firms that routinely go the extra mile for their clients may charge 10% – 20% more for a Phase I ESA than other low bid...Read More
Reduce Your Risk When Purchasing A Contaminated Property
If you have been hesitant to purchase or loan money on a property that may have some soil or groundwater contamination, there’s a new Kansas law that may ease your concerns regarding environmental liability. Recently, the Contaminated Property Redevelopment Act was signed into law. Based on this law, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment...Read More