Dallas Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment - Texas
Dallas Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

Project Need

A commercial client required environmental due diligence services to acquire a commercial property located in Dallas, TX.

Services Completed

Lord and Winter completed a historical background search as a part of an ASTM 1527 compliant Phase I Environmental Site Assessment. The REC found was related to an upgradient former dry cleaner. Lord and Winter completed a Limited Phase II Site Investigation where soil, and soil vapor samples were tested for VOCs, SVOCs, RCRA Metals. No groundwater was collected as none was encountered. The results of the Limited Phase II found that none of the tested analytes exceeded Texas Commission on Environment and Quality Texas Risk Reduction Program Protective Concentration Levels (TCEQ TRRP PCLs).

Issue Resolved

Lord and Winter assisted the client in gathering information required for liability protection under CERCLA; this allowed the client to move forward with purchasing the site. As a result, the property is now a productive grocery store.

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