Logic's Team specializes in |Assessment Services.Sensible Solutions.Phase I & II Investigations.Risk Assessment.Release Response.and so much more.
LOGIC’s Phase I Assessments are based upon a careful site inspection, in-depth historical research, interviews, government records review, interviews, and other sources. LOGIC’s Assessments exceed the standards prescribed the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) and the US Environmental Protection Agency’s All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) standards, established in November 2006. Also, we have completed many projects requiring strict adherence to other client-specific or lender-specific standards. In each case, LOGIC provided a final product which exceeded our client’s expectations.
We recognize that each project presents unique issues, based upon the nature of the property’s current and historical use, location, geology and other factors. We rely upon our broad range of experience with similar properties to add depth and insight to our work. In fact, we have performed hundreds of Phase I Assessments at virtually every type of commercial, residential and industrial site, including manufacturing facilities, convenience stores, hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, dry cleaners, agricultural land, landfills and waste handlers, state parks, apartments, warehouses, food and beverage processors, mines, places of worship, assisted living and child care facilities, junkyards, transportation and logistics centers, communications and broadcast sites, historical landmarks and many, many other types of property. In each case, our study is exhaustive and entails a wide array of information sources which take the unique character and history of the property into consideration.
LOGIC also offers the capability to expand our Assessments to meet our client’s particular requirements, including, where appropriate, sampling for asbestos, lead paint, radon, mold and lead in drinking water. LOGIC believes that even the most exhaustive investigation is successful only to the extent that it facilitates our clients’ effective decision-making. For this reason, we present all of our Assessment findings in clear, non-technical language and provide our clients with decisive answers.
Occasionally, a Phase I or Transaction Screen Assessment may identify specific historical or current practices that may have materially impacted a property. Identifying and quantifying such impacts may require sampling of soil, groundwater, surface water, or other potentially contaminated media. This additional investigation is known as a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment. If Phase II is necessary, Logic believes it should be targeted specifically to obtaining the technical data most relevant to our client’s goals, in the most cost-effective manner possible. We represent this data in reports with clear, non-technical language in order to give our clients a clear interpretation of the practical implications our investigation will hold for them.
At LOGIC, we recognize our clients sometimes require a degree of environmental assurance for transactions which, for financial or practical reasons, do not warrant the exhaustive depth of study included in a Phase I Assessment. In response, LOGIC has developed the Transaction Screen Assessment to provide a low-cost, no-nonsense evaluation of major environmental liabilities for sites which do not immediately suggest a significant risk of contamination, such as restaurants, vacant land and retail stores. LOGIC’s transaction screen assessments comply with the standards of ASTM 1528. We perform a site visit, conduct historical research, evaluate surrounding properties and present the findings in a clearly written report, along with photos and other helpful illustrations. Transaction Screen investigations provide a cost-effective alternative for many properties.
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