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  • Environmental Site Assessment Services
  • Environmental Site Assessment Services
  • BMC's Environmental Professionals work primarily with industry leaders to provide a complete line of environmental services for real estate transfers, hazardous materials characterization, and air monitoring.  These services, which include Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and Phase II ESAs are commonly conducted during the due diligence phase when a property is being considered for purchase.  The sampling and analytical testing of surface and subsurface soils, groundwater, fill material, and other wastes may also be performed during property development and/or when the presence or potential presence of regulated materials are identified at a developed property.

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  • Environmental Site Assessment Services
  • Phase I
  • Environmental Site Assessment Services - Phase I
  • Phase I ESAs are performed in accordance with the current ASTM Standard E1527-05 and the AAI final rule. The purpose of the Phase I Environmental report is to identify, to the extent feasible, recognized environmental conditions in connection with the property. Our professionals have completed Phase I ESA's at properties located throughout Texas and neighboring states ranging from industrial facilities and commercial properties to undeveloped sites and residential properties. Our clients include commercial and industrial corporations; national, regional and municipal firms; property managers; insurance companies; developers; law firms; and financial institutions.

  • Environmental Site Assessment Services
  • Phase II
  • Environmental Site Assessment Services - Phase II
  • Phase II ESAs are performed in accordance with ASTM E 1903-97 (2002), which is the standard practice for subsequent investigation into a possibly contaminated area or a recognized environmental condition that is generally identified by a Phase I ESA. These projects are typically conducted to delineate the vertical and lateral extent of a known or suspect RCRA regulated contaminant(s) by collecting surface soil samples, subsurface soil samples, and/or groundwater samples from borings, open pit excavations, and/or monitoring wells.

  • NEPA Reporting
  • NEPA Reporting
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Reports are performed in accordance with the rules and regulations found in the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996. These reports, which are generally completed by the wireless industry for communication tower antenna sites, enable the Client to determine Federal Communication Commission (FCC) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) environmental requirements for antenna registration and construction. The NEPA Report includes investigations of a communication tower's location impact as it relates to Wilderness Areas, Wildlife Preserves, Indian religious sites, Historic sites, Endangered/Threatened Species, floodplains, and wetlands. Our clients include but are not limited to T-Mobile, ClearWire, American Tower, AT&T, and Verizon.

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  • Geotechnical Engineering
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