Environmental Services

Environmental Engineering Services Ohio and Pennsylvania  - wetland_delineation

Engineering

  • Environmental Site Assessments
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
  • Research, Development and Training Services
  • GIS mapping
  • Wetland Determinations
  • Wetland Mitigation
  • Stream and Wetland Crossing
  • Wetland and Stream Delineation and Mapping
  • Clean Water Act Section 404 and 401 Permitting
  • Wetland and Stream Assessments
  • Impact Analysis; Avoidance and Minimization Strategies
  • Agency Coordination for Endangered Species Act and Historic Preservation Act
  • Site and Soil Evaluation
  • Post-Construction Site Restoration

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)

Hammontree and Associates performs Phase I ASTM and VAP ESAs for properties, including industrial, commercial, agricultural and residential. We assess properties according to ASTM and VAP standards taking into consideration potential risks associated with this property. The purpose of a Phase I ESA is to use a systematic approach to identify any existing or potential environmental conditions that may be present or affect a real estate property. Hammontree and Associates are experts at the implementation of the ASTM E1527-13 Standard. Our Phase I ESAs are done by Environmental Professionals who meet the requirements of the U.S. EPA's All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) Standard.
Phase I ESAs components:

  • Site Visits
  • Inspection of the Site
  • Recording the Presence of Hazardous Materials or Petroleum Products
  • Historical Research
  • Historical Aerial Photographs
  • Reverse Street Directories
  • Building Permits
  • Planning Records
  • Topographical Maps
  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
  • Department of Oil and Gas Maps
  • Title Information
  • Geology and Hydrology
  • Soil Type
  • Geology
  • Groundwater Table
  • Regulatory Agency Information
  • Fire Departments
  • State Environmental Agencies
  • Federal Environmental Agencies
  • Interviews
  • Tenants and Owners
  • State and Local Regulatory Agencies
  • Document Review