Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

Titan strictly adheres to and implements all aspects of the ASTM E1527-13 Standard to ensure all environmental liabilities are identified.  Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are designed to protect you from the environmental liability associated with a real estate asset of any type, whether it be industrial, commercial, mixed-use or multifamily.

Our Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are completed by highly qualified environmental industry professionals who meet the requirements of the EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI) Standard and understand the specific requirements of CERCLA’s innocent land owner defense.

Titan’s Phase I ESA Includes (but is not limited to):

Property History Search:

  • Chain of Title Information
  • Planning Records and Building Permits
  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
  • Reverse Address and Street Search
  • Gas and Oil Survey Maps
  • Historical Aerial Photographs
  • Topographical Maps

Site Reconnaissance

  • Site Assessment and Detailed Photo Log
  • Identification and Inventory of Petroleum
  • Products and other Hazardous Materials

Document Review and Interviews

  • Review of Available Site and Real Property Documentation
  • Interview Local and State Regulatory Officials
  • Interview Property Owners and Tenants

Regulatory Agency File Review

  • Federal Environmental Agencies
  • State Environmental Agencies
  • Local Fire and Haz-Mat Departments

Hydro-geology and Geology

  • Water Table Depth
  • Geological Surroundings
  • Soil Classification

Phase II Environmental Site Assessments

environmental assessmentPhase II Environmental Site Assessments are recommended if an area of concern or recognized environmental condition (REC) is identified.  Further investigation and sampling may be necessary to determine if an environmental liability exists.  With proper evaluation, the area of concern can be characterized, liabilities assessed, and conclusions drawn.  Accurate and precise analytical data and recommendations for remedial actions can then be determined as necessary.  Remediation cost estimates can be prepared in order for buyers, sellers and lenders to evaluate environmental conditions through a realistic and regulatory perspective.

  • Soil & Groundwater Sampling
  • Soil Gas Surveys
  • Geophysical Surveys
  • Waste Characterization
  • Industrial Wastewater Compliance
  • Detection of Possible USTs and LUSTs
  • Asbestos, Lead, and PCB Surveys
  • Environmental Fungi and Indoor Air Quality Assessments
  • Storm Water and Wetland Permitting