Lougheed Engineering provides Due Diligent Phase I Environmental Site Assessment in Indiana and the Midwest. We provide all phase inspections (environmental audit phases) relating to (Recognized Environmental Conditions – Phase 1 REC), detections of RCRA8 Metals, Phase I ESA questionnaires, and more.
Are you tired of Phase I Environmental Companies in Indiana with terrible customer service? Are you concerned about Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Cost in Texas?
Lougheed Engineering, a licensed engineering firm, is not just one of the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Companies in Indiana. Lougheed Engineering has become a leader in Phase I Environmental Site Assessments by volume in Indiana and beyond!
How did we do this? It goes without saying that our expertise plays a large part in our growth, but excelling in customer service is one thing that propels us to the top.
Another non-technical factor is the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Cost in Indianapolis, Indiana. Lougheed Engineering is a small business with comparably small operating expenses enabling us to offer cost-effective projects to companies of all sizes.
We complete multi-site portfolios with short due dates (7 to 10 days) is another clue to our success.
One more detail, your Indianapolis Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, will not be used for training environmental rookies. Your assessment will be done by experienced environment professionals directed by seasoned environmental specialists with a minimum of I0-years experience.
Historical investigations, document review, and site inspection are part of the Phase I ESA. Lougheed Engineering will provide you with an Indiana Phase I Environmental Site Assessment report. It will contain conclusions such as concerns or identified Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs)s found on your Texas property. The report will be recommended actions, if needed, of how to handle those concerns.
If no Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) exist on your Indiana property, you will receive a clean report, and no further investigation will be necessary.