Phase II Environmental Assessments typically involves the testing of soil and groundwater on the property. Some of the most common reasons a Phase II may need to be conducted include, but are not limited to, the following:
Sampling of soil and groundwater is conducted by our experts. The soil and groundwater samples are then sent to a laboratory for analysis. At the end of this period, our team will provide a report on our findings. The report will typically include a scaled site plan showing the sampling locations, the certified laboratory reports, and a comparison of the test results to regulatory standards.