Phone: (812) 909-0829

Fax: (812) 909-0471

4209 Highway 41 N. Suite 24,

Evansville, IN 47711

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Environmental Site Assessments

Phase I & Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, Phase III Remediation

CES takes a systematic multiphase approach to assessing the environmental integrity of real property to provide liability relief to prospective purchasers, financial institutions financing real property, and or the present owner of a property wishing to refinance. Only “Environmental Professionals” as defined by 40 CFR 312 10(b) complete the assessments. CES utilizes all of the “tools” available to get the property transferred without transferring liability even when contamination is present or perceived. We are well versed in the use of the Indiana Finance Authority Comfort Letter and associated Environmental Restrictive Covenants. Our expansive experience includes large tracts of land upwards of 3,200 acres, large industrial complexes for redevelopment, vacant land ripe for development, brownfields sites, multi-unit housing, former bulk petroleum plants, small fueling service stations, among other types of properties. The types of assessments are tailored to the needs of the client. They include but are not limited to:

• Transaction Screens –General Assessments – ASTM E1528 Compliant
• Phase I Environmental Site Assessment – Records Research – ASTM E1527-13, ASTM E2247-08, and EPA AAI Compliant
• Phase II Environmental Site Assessment– Resource Testing – ASTM E1903-11 Compliant
• Phase III – Resource Remediation - State Environmental Department Compliant
• U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – Environmental Assessment and Compliance (HUD 4128 Forms)
• U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Records Search with Risk Assessments – SOP 50 10 5 (D) Compliant
• National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Categorical Exclusions (CEs), Environmental Assessments (EAs), Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), and Section 4(f) Reviews – INDOT Compliant for Federal Aid Projects