We provide environmental assessment and due diligence services to commercial and residential developers, property management companies, real estate investment trusts, Brownfield developers, financial institutions, law firms, and governmental agencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT IN REAL ESTATE
Environmental engineers determine if businesses or properties carry any potential environmental liabilities prior to conveyance. Our real estate transaction services include pre-closure due diligence activities, risk evaluation, implementation of corrective measures and upgrades, and post-closure facility management.
We focus on specific acquisition and development criteria in order to develop strategies that resolve contingent environmental liability concerns while maximizing asset value. We conduct confidential insurance archeology® to locate historical insurance assets to fund the environmental investigation, clean up, and legal defense. The reconstruction of historical coverage often results in a sharing of responsibility for liability with previous owners and operators that may have caused or contribute to contamination, which creates a larger reservoir of money from insurance policies and more equitable allocations are achieved.
We turn tangled properties into profitable assets. We integrate risk management, environmental engineering, and business acumen to assess environmental exposures and the financial management of environmental liabilities.
SITE INVESTIGATION & REMEDIATION
VAPOR INTRUSION ASSESSMENT & MITIGATION
CONFIDENTIAL INSURANCE ARCHEOLOGY®
What our Clients Say
“I was more than happy with the service provided by EnviroForensics. I purchased a site that was thought to be contaminated by an old auto repair facility. With a short closing duration, EnviroForensics was able to turn around both a Phase I ESA Report and Phase II testing within a short duration keeping my closing date unaffected. The team was extremely professional and communicative throughout the entire process. I look forward to working with them on the next project.”