A Transaction Screen Assessment, or TSA, is a type of environmental property assessment. It is essentially a scaled-back version of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA). (Learn more about Phase I ESAs here.) When are TSAs used? TSAs are commonly used for residential, office, or undeveloped properties. These types of properties are generally expected […]Continue reading
What is a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment?
A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, or a Phase I ESA, is typically the first step in the environmental due diligence process that identifies potential environmental concerns for a property. A Phase I ESA is useful for a potential purchaser to understand environmental issues they may be inheriting. The current and historical operations of the […]
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How to Create a Brownfield Success Story
The six brownfield experts you’ll need and how to leverage them There’s no secret roadmap, no magic three-step formula, when it comes to redeveloping, reusing or expanding property that may be complicated by the actual or perceived presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant or contaminant. Brownfield sites might be abandoned gas stations. They might be […]Continue reading