Environmental Site Assessments in Texas

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 Texas environmental consulting services such as: Phase 1 and 2 Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Wetland Delineations, Asbestos Inspections, Mold Investigation and Environmental Permits in Texas. We dig around in the dirt so you can focus on growing your business.

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Phase 1 Environment Site Assessments in TexasLocal, state, or 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. We proudly serve Houston, Dallas, Austin, El Paso, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Arlington, Waco, Corpus Christi, Lubbock, Amarillo, Plano, TX & all of Texas!

Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESAs)

If environmental issues do arise during the Phase I ESA, a Phase II ESA can be completed to determine the extent of the environmental contamination on the property and future actions are recommended by your Solid Ground Environmental consultant.

Record Search & Risk Assessment

The Record Search Risk and Assessment is an environmental due diligence option for low-risk properties described by the United States Environmental Protection Agency Standard Operating Procedures. The RSRA includes an environmental database and a historical review of the property. A letter report is prepared to summarize the findings and makes a determination whether the property is ‘high risk’ or ‘low risk’. If the property is deemed high risk, typically a Phase I ESA is recommended in Texas.

What Precisely Is An Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)?

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In the United States, an environmental site assessment is a professional report prepared for a property or real estate holding that identifies potential and existing environmental contamination liabilities. The environmental site analysis, often abbreviated as an ESA, typically addresses both the underlying land as well as physical improvements to the land or property.

The main purpose of a Phase 1 ESA (environmental site assessment) report is to assess if current or historical property uses have impacted the soil or groundwater beneath the property and could pose a threat to the environment and/or human health. If these environmental issues and threats are found, it presents a potential liability for the lender and/or owner of the property, as well as affecting the value of the land.

A Phase I ESA completed prior to the closure of a real estate transaction can be used to meet the requirements of CERCLA’s (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act) innocent landowner defense under All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI). Our local team of environmental consultants is professionally trained & experienced in performing detailed ESAs (Environmental Site Assessments) in the state of Texas.

About Solid Ground Environmental

At Solid Ground Environmental, all your Texas environmental consulting work will be done by an experienced professional with an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies, another undergraduate degree in Biology, and a master’s degree in Biology. On top of this, we have several years of experience in multiple environmental disciplines.  This will reduce the likelihood that unnecessary environmental issues will delay your project. As a small business, Solid Ground Environmental will spend more time on the science of your consulting needs as opposed to billing, paperwork, and other administrative costs.  This translates into both higher-quality consulting and environmental site assessments at a reasonable price.

If you need a high-quality Phase 1 ESA or Phase 2 ESA, give our experienced Texas environmental consultants a call at (913)461-9906 or schedule a FREE quote online. Our experts can travel anywhere in Texas to conduct an environmental site assessment.