ENVIRONMENTAL DUE DILIGENCE

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Environmental Due Diligence (EDD)

Companies or engineering firms that intend to build new structures or add on to an existing property must complete due diligence before starting a project to ensure all bases are covered and all compliance regulations are met. Typically, due diligence consists of a voluntary investigation. We will evaluate your land and your plans to ensure safety and project success.

Many corporate transactions cannot be completed until Environmental Due Diligence (EDD) is completed by a reputable environmental firm. That’s where we come in. 

EDD protects you from any unanticipated environmental liabilities or problems that may arise in the future after construction has already begun. There are countless cases of purchases and funders being hit with unforeseen costs. It is our goal to eliminate any surprises in terms of soil quality, environmental regulations, or zoning issues. 

The Earlier, The Better

The sooner you put us to work, the better your chances are of going through with your project within your set timeline. If you’ve already begun work and find out down the road that you have a problem, we will perform another process to help facilitate your construction. Allowing us to complete a thorough evaluation of all building aspects will put you in a better position for negotiating the piece for a transaction because our results can help to determine the appropriate environmental escrow amounts and other relevant information.

Please contact us today to set up an appointment with our team.

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