One of the most common calls we receive is from a property buyer trying to determine the risk associated with a piece of land or building they want to purchase. We always recommend a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and, many times, our clients will ask if we can just proceed straight to a Phase II ESA. The answer is almost always no and for good reason. A Phase I ESA helps us understand the history of the property and what potential releases may have occurred there or on surrounding ... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Jul 1