Phase II Investigations typically involve sampling and analysis to address environmental concerns discovered as a result of a Phase I ESA. Such concerns may be attributed to prior land use, buried materials, chemical storage/disposal, hazardous waste management, soil, groundwater, and/or surface water contamination; asbestos; lead; radon; and mold among others.
Phase II tasks may include:
Subsurface investigations requiring:
  • Geophysical surveys utilizing ground penetrating radar, magnetics, electromagnetics/resistivity, and seismics.
  • Soil/Groundwater sampling and analysis.
Soil vapor surveys
Monitoring Well Installation
Storage Tank Closure/Abandonment
Air and Surface Water Sampling and Analysis.
Asbestos, Lead, Radon, and Mold Surveys