Identifying the right environmental partner for your development, renovation or demolition project is a critical step in ensuring the health and safety of workers, building occupants and the environment – as well as for keeping your project on track, on budget, and in compliance.
In our guide, you will learn how to determine when you need an environmental partner and what you need to ask to be sure you are working with the right one.
Highlights of this Guide
Use our guide to learn how to find the right partner for the environmental needs of your project, including:
- Phase 1, 2, or 3 environmental assessments
- Water intrusion, mold and mildew assessment and remediation
- Asbestos, lead, PCBs and other hazardous building materials assessment and remediation
- Assessment and management of environmental issues for historic renovation
The right environmental partner will ensure that nothing is missed, and that assessments are conducted cost-effectively and in compliance with regulatory standards and authorities including:
- The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- Local regulatory agencies like California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control
Our guide also includes a checklist for vetting an environmental partner based on experience, education level, and reliability.