Ocshner Blvd Outparcel

Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment - Lousianna
Ocshner Blvd Outparcel

Project Need

An environmental site assessment was needed to review an 8 acre greenfield prior to acquisition and commercial development. Specifically, Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs), Historical RECs, and Controlled RECs were reviewed to satisfy innocent land owner requirements under CERCLA Law.

Services Completed

Lord & Winter completed a site reconnaissance, historical aerial review, state and federal environmental database review, historical address search, historical topographic maps, and owner and user interviews. Data was summarized in a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Report.

Issue Resolved

As a result of the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment the Client obtained services referred to in ASTM 1527-13 that are an integral part of commercial real estate environmental due diligence. The project was completed on budget and within 7 days of a signed contract.

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