Soil, Groundwater and Soil Vapor Investigation of Minneapolis Printing Operation

Written By: Caltha LLP | Published On: 29th August 2017 | Category: Caltha LLP Project Summaries, Environmental Due Diligence, Remediation, Site Assessment | RSS Feed

Caltha LLP Project Summary

Project: Phase II Investigation
Client:
National Bank Chain
Location(s):
Minnesota

Key Elements: Phase 2 Environmental Assessment, Soil sampling, Groundwater sampling, Subslab soil vapor testing

Overview: Caltha LLP was retained by this national bank chain to conduct a Phase 2 investigation of a property. A Phase 1 ESA had identified potential issues with the historical use of the site for a commercial printing operation. Caltha conducted soil borings and collected soil and groundwater samples at the site. Work also included testing for the potential for soil vapor encroachment into the building. Caltha field staff collected subslab soil vapor samples. The results showed no evidence that spills or leaks of hazardous chemicals had occurred at the site in the past.

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