Knoxville Phase 2 Site Assessment

Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment - Tennessee
Knoxville Phase 2 Site Assessment

Project Need

An auto sales and maintenance facility located in East Tennessee required environmental due diligence services as part of a real estate transaction.

Services Completed

Lord and Winter completed a historic background search to meet ASTM 1527 innocent landowner requirements. We then conducted a Limited Phase II Site Investigation to determine if any releases occurred during the site’s history of auto maintenance and repair operations. Soil and soil vapor samples were tested for VOCs, SVOCs, and RCRA Metals. This was a unique project as we had to balance drilling operations with onsite vehicle repair operations.

Issue Resolved

Lord and Winter was able to provide scientific evidence that the site passed Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Remediation Screening Levels. After the Limited Phase II Site Investigation, Lord and Winter was further retained to assist the client in the closure of former inground lifts, still located at the site.

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