Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

Did you know? A real estate transaction, property development, bank financing and re-financing, foreclosure—and even an in-house proactive audit program—are all activities that may require a Phase I ESA.

Phase I ESAs serve to eliminate liability associated with a property’s chemical contamination. Without one, you could be held responsible for your property’s cleanup costs, which could add up to millions. 

Sambatek is experienced in Phase I ESAs for land uses ranging from industrial sites to agricultural land. Let us know how we can help.