What is Environmental Due Diligence?
At Mill Creek Environmental, property transaction due diligence is an investigation which we undertake where we ensure our client is not engaging in a transaction that may have potential environmental contamination or adjoining property issues. These can include problems such as unseen soil or groundwater contamination. It is an essential service for anyone who is buying property, whether it be business or residential.
We offer many services allowing our clients to meet the environmental due diligence criteria to satisfy federal and state requirements. The depth and breadth of an environmental Phase I Assessment should be determined by the past and present uses of the subject parcel of land and adjoining land parcels.
Why do you need Due Diligence?
Before you start your journey with your property, it is important to be fully aware of any issues with the property which may arise from environmental due diligence. This way you can deal with them early on before they cause a much larger problem. It’s important to know the environmental risks and liabilities before you follow through with your property transaction. The last thing you need is to find out about any potential issues after your due diligence period has expired and you have already transacted on the property.
What Due Diligence services do Mill Creek Environmental offer?
Whatever your needs may be, Mill Creek Environmental provides numerous environmental services to meet your requirements.
- Level 2, 3 & 4 soil surveys
- Phase I and Phase II ESA
- Soil and groundwater remediation
- Indoor Air Quality testing for mold, asbestos & lead
- Stucco & Stone Veneer Inspections for residential or commercial property
- Wetland Delineations & Stream Determinations
What is Tenant Exiting Due Diligence?
At Mill Creek Environmental we offer programs to commercial real estate owners that provide Phase I Environmental Site Assessments as part of a tenant exiting due diligence. This best management practice is a protective measure for the property owner being held responsible for costly environmental clean-ups. If you would like some more information about this, please contact us today with any questions.
How do I organize an Environmental Due Diligence for my property?
That’s where we come in! We are a team of expert environmental consultants who specialize in Due Diligence and are here to answer any questions you may have. Our team has over 25 years of experience, and our highly skilled staff regularly perform these assessments.
We offer environmental services in the following areas and beyond:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
If you have any questions regarding environmental due diligence, feel free to contact us either by phone or email, and a friendly member of our team will be happy to help.