Phase II – Investigations
A Phase II Environmental Investigation is conducted to evaluate potential impacts to a property from recognized areas of environmental concern as identified by a Phase I Environmental Assessment. With the results of a Phase II Investigation, a prospective purchaser can better assess the financial liability/risks associated with a property; a property owner can establish an environmental base line for financial and insurance purposes; or, in the event that contamination is encountered, a property owner can evaluate options for remediation. A Phase II Investigation typically includes soil and/or groundwater sampling, a report that includes a description of the sampling activities (including a map) and interpretation of the analytical results. In the event that contamination is encountered, MEA can recommend and execute remedial activities.