Environmental site assessment (ESA) is a primary checklist for real estate development projects. ESA allows project owners to detect potential risks and hazards affecting the community and environment. If you need quality environmental site assessment in Toronto, count on Fisher Engineering and Environmental Whether its soil, water or waste testing, our environment consultants have got you covered. We perform a thorough site assessment and provide effective remediation services to our clients.
The Environmental Site Assessment, or ESA, is the real estate industry’s most recognized environmental due diligence report. The Phase 1 ESA identifies the potential for environmental contamination at a property, and involves a site inspection and review of historical documents related to the site. The Phase 1 ESA can be completed in 3 to 4 weeks.
The Phase 2 ESA investigates the environmental condition of the soil, ground water or air at a property in order to address “areas of concern” identified in the Phase 1 ESA. On site collection of samples for a Phase 2 ESA can usually be completed in a single day, with little to no disruption to regular activities at a site. The Phase 2 ESA can be completed in 4 to 6 weeks.
At Fisher, the Environmental Site Assessment is our specialty. Having completed thousands of successful assignments since 1989, we have the experience, credibility and know-how to complete your assignment on budget and on time.
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We exercise the upmost in client confidentiality regarding our findings, and will release results only to parties you have authorized. If requested, and for no extra cost, we will act as your advocate and technical expert with any bank, financial institution or third party in order to explain our results. We are known for our personal approach to each one of our projects - take a look at our testimonials to learn about our clients’ experience with us. Call us today to schedule environmental site assessment in Toronto for your upcoming projects.
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Regulations Related to Environmental Site Assessments:
Phase 1 ESA
Phase 2 ESA