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Environmental site assessments

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Developing, purchasing, selling or altering land may lead to federal, state or local environmental land use rules and regulation events that require compliance. GAINCO will work diligently on your behalf to resolve the most difficult environmental land use issues. We offer Phase I, Phase II and Phase III services by our highly trained, and experienced professional staff to assist you with your project from conception to completion.

GAINCO staff will:

  • Define environmental constraints
  • Provide innovative and cost-effective solutions
  • Maximize property value and usage
Phase I ESA:

Sites include tracts of raw land, developed commercial or industrial properties, residential properties and agricultural land. Having performed thousands of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for hundreds of clients, our staff has performed in (and on) many unique and difficult siutations and sites. See why clients like the Port of Corpus Christi, Shell Oil, SSP Enterprises (Circle K Stores) and many others in seven states count on GAINCO as their partner in identifying their site issues.

 

Phase I Corridor ESA:

GAINCO staff assists clients in determining right of way, particularly for transportation, pipeline and utility projects. We will also prevent or limit project activities being associated with contaminated oil or groundwater.

 

Phase II Activities:

GAINCO will collect soil and groundwater samples, identify contamination sources, and determine potential impacts upon the site. Knowledge is power, and fully armed with testing results, we will create and execute a plan for remediation that best fits your needs and budget.

 

Phase III Activities:

Includes remediation of any affected areas identified in Phase II activities.