Environmental due diligence is a formal process that assesses real estate for potential risk of environmental contamination, including soil or groundwater contamination and vapor intrusion impacts. RMEC prides itself in being responsive to the needs of clients and we understand that the real estate, construction, and commercial lending industries are a fast-paced environment and concise, yet expeditious, due diligence reporting is absolutely critical.  

RMEC offers practical, cost-effective and innovative approaches to environmental due diligence and other pollution liability issues. The scope of RMEC's due diligence services include the following:

  • Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) as per ASTM Standard Practices & EPA All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) requirements
  • Facility asbestos, lead-based paint, mold and radon surveys
  • Spill/release investigations, contaminant source identification, and confirmation sampling
  • Vapor intrusion studies and site investigations
  • Third-party, or “peer”, reviews of environmental reports and documentation 
  • Property transaction screens
  • Groundwater investigations and execution of routine groundwater monitoring programs
  • CERCLA site assessments and removal actions
  • Underground storage tank (UST) closure/removal and contaminant remediation
  • Development and implementation of remedial action and corrective action plans