Trileaf has performed environmental reviews of portfolios ranging in size from 13 to 3,000 sites, and our experience facilitates complete assessments of even the largest portfolios in less than 30 days.
Depending on your budget and timeframe, Trileaf can complete either a full environmental review of site compliance and environmental risks, or a narrowly focused assessment of particular areas of concern.
We understand that these transactions are time and cost-sensitive, so we strive to provide the most efficient and economical options for the environmental risk assessment of your acquisition.
In fact, the information uncovered through our evaluations can frequently prove valuable in the final negotiations of an asset purchase or sale.
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“Thank you for your diligence and speed in performing this environmental study. It appears to be quite thorough and well written. If asked for a reference, I’d be happy to provide positive feedback on your staff and service.”
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“I have used Trileaf’s services for many years and in addition to their timeliness, reliability, and affordability, I have always been impressed by their customer service. They are very quick to respond to any inquiry and happy to hop on the phone to talk through things.”
“Over the past few years, we have chosen to use Trileaf for most, if not all, of our environmental testing. Their responses and proposals are always very quick, their prices are always competitive, and their turnaround with reports and testing are also very quick.”
To achieve this, a team of Trileaf personnel will review all available and accessible information in its entirety. This team will then summarize the information in either our proprietary tracker or a client-specific tracker developed through conversation, highlighting compliance deficiencies and/or high-risk sites. If desired, we can make recommendations from these findings.
Though most clients choose to perform a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) because of its EPA recognition, not all circumstances justify a full evaluation. If you do not wish to obtain a complete Phase I ESA, consider instead a limited environmental due diligence report such as the scopes of work above – or, give us a call, and allow us to help you scope your projects to the level you believe most beneficial to your program.
Under the EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiries rule, a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA) is the gold standard. Per the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), purchasing or even leasing real estate may subject a buyer/lessor to environmental liability at a site.
Trileaf is an industry leader in performing Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) and Property Condition Reports (PCRs) for lenders, investors, developers, and banks.
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