Longleaf Environmental has performed hundreds of Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments around the country. Our firm offers a complete array of services ranging from initial environmental site assessments, transaction screening processes and other property evaluations to storage tank system closures, contamination assessments and all forms of remediation. We have experience performing assessment and remediation of sites impacted by petroleum, chlorinated solvents, pesticides, and metals.
Our staff is comprised of environmental engineers, geologists and scientists that have extensive experience performing petroleum site assessment and remediation for a variety of private, municipal, state and government clients. Longleaf Environmental Consulting is a Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Pre-Approval Contractor, meaning we can work on any state-funded Petroleum Cleanup Site. We have performed these services around the country and will go wherever the job may be.
COMPLETED PROJECT EXAMPLES
Phase I & II: Gainesville, Florida
Our firm was contracted to perform Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments on three city blocks adjacent to the north of the University of Florida campus. During the Phase I ESA, our research identified several historic gas stations and a dry cleaner. The past uses of portions of the property were identified as potential recognized environmental concerns. In the Phase II ESA, our firm used a direct push rig and mobile laboratory to perform sampling of soil and groundwater.
Longleaf Environmental identified contamination at a portion of the property and assisted our client with negotiating a purchase of the property based on the issues that we identified. As part of the transaction, we assisted the client in applying for a conditional Site Rehabilitation Completion Order (SRCO) from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). At this time, a seven-story mixed use building is being developed at the property by our client. The due diligence we provided our client with made the project a success.
Phase I: Bostic & Tryon, North Carolina
Longleaf Environmental performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments at two active sawmills. Our firm reviewed historic and regulatory information pertaining to sawmills operating in Western, North Carolina.
We advised our client on site conditions and regulatory information that we observed during the Phase I process.
They used this information as part of their due diligence and negotiated a purchase based in part on our Environmental Risk Assessment and recommendations concerning Environmental Compliance.
Phase I & II: Denver, Colorado
Our firm was contracted to perform Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments on a former Waste Hauling Trucking Maintenance Facility. During the Phase I ESA, our research identified historic recognized concerns relating to a former mining operation in the property vicinity and recent use as a truck repair facility. The property was in poor condition with drums of waste oil present, an oil water separator and evidence of spills and stained soil in numerous locations. In the Phase II ESA, our firm used a direct push and standard drill rig to perform sampling of soil and groundwater.
Longleaf Environmental identified contamination at a portion of the property and assisted our client with negotiating a purchase of the property based on the issues that we identified. As part of the transaction, we assisted the client in applying for assistance through the Colorado Department of Health & Environment.