By Kevin Grover & ERIS staff. The environmental risk assessment business changes...
The commercial real estate market is booming! Certain trends and drivers of change continue to fuel robust transactional and redevelopment activity, including the adaptive reuse of CRE, which gives older structures and spaces new life and purpose.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that only settlements that explicitly resolve liability under CERCLA trigger the contribution provisions of section 113 of CERCLA.
Research and case studies documenting the solid payback from digital field operations aren’t new but with the oil and gas industry...
A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is a report that identifies recognized environmental conditions (RECs) on real property to evaluate environmental risks and liabilities associated with the property.
The ASTM is in the process of updating its Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I.
Under federal environmental laws, purchasers of commercial real estate who conduct an environmental due diligence inquiry may be entitled...
ASTM International is required to review and either update or renew the existing version of its ASTM E1527 Phase I Environmental Site Assessment standard (Phase I ESA standard) every eight years.
Canadian engineering firm WSP Global Inc. is buying earth sciences specialist Golder in a deal it says will make it the world’s second biggest player in that business.
As concerns have escalated about vapor intrusion, regulatory agencies are not only taking more conservative approaches to risk – they may also be more likely to take enforcement action.