Port Charlotte CRE Retail Expansion

Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment - Florida
Port Charlotte CRE Retail Expansion

Project Need

A commercial real estate development company sought environmental due diligence services to expand its retail footprint in the vibrant and growing Fort Myers, Florida. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was required to assess Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) at a vacant lot formerly used in Health Care in Port Charlotte, Florida.

Services Completed

The team at Lord & Winter, LLC performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment. The Site Assessment included: a historical document review, aerial imagery, topographic map review, and interviews with the owner, buyer, and state agency to complete ASTM 1527 standards.

Issue Resolved

The Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was delivered fast and on budget allowing the client to move forward with the purchase and development of the land while fulfilling CERCLA “innocent landowner requirements” for environmental liability protection.

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