CEE has over 20 years in combined experience conducting environmental property assessments (ESA) throughout the Chicago land area for both private and public properties. All site assessments both Phase I ESA and Phase II ESA are conducted in accordance with current American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) Standard Practices E 1527 and E 1903 and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) final “All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI) rule 40 CFR Part 312 to establish Due Diligence.
Additional scope items may be added to accommodate client specific needs. Additional items that are not required by rule may include a hazardous-materials survey. Phase II ESA’s are performed to evaluate the recognized environmental conditions identified in the Phase I ESA. The investigation is to determine the presence and/or extent of contamination, and to facilitate the decision making process regarding further assessments or remediation. This is accomplished in various ways depending on the future use of the site. Options may include but are not limited to magnetometer surveys and subsurface soil investigations.
CEE’s staff has over 20 years in combined experience conducting oversight of monitoring well installation, groundwater sampling, underground storage tank (UST) removal and soil sampling throughout the Chicago land area for both private and public entities. Projects have included but are not limited to a five (5) year groundwater sampling event at a former ammunition plant and vacant lots in the City of Chicago prior to development.
• Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
• Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
• Underground Storage Tank Removal Oversight
• Construction Oversight
• Monitoring Well Installation and Sampling
• Waste Water and Storm Water sampling
• Subsurface Soil Boring Investigation
• Project Planning and Scheduling