Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)

Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) are performed in conformance with the ASTM E1527-13 standard and the ASTM E1903-19 standard, respectively. The purpose of a Phase I ESA is to identify known or potential environmental concerns associated with the Site and to a lesser extent, the adjoining properties. A Phase II ESA is recommended when the results of a Phase I ESA indicate a potential of contaminants in the soil or groundwater of the Site.

SSCI offers a quick turnaround time and low costs.

SSCI’s business approach to risk audits and Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) assures sound, reliable findings and cost-effective solutions.

Experience that Counts

SSCI has over 30 years of service experience.  Our staff has over 200 years of combined experience.

Located to Respond

With field offices throughout Texas and in other states, SSCI can respond quickly to your Environmental Site Assessment needs.

Phase I Services

  • General Site Inspection
  • Review of Site Records and Activities
  • Regulatory Records Research
  • Title and Historical Records Search
  • Facility / Site Inspection
  • Knowledgeable Individual Interviews
  • Geologic Evaluation

Phase II Services

  • Extended Records Review
  • Detailed Land Use Evaluation
  • On-Site Sampling and Analysis of Soil and Groundwater
  • Water and Building Materials Sampling
  • Operations Review

Specialty Services offered by SSCI include Mold, Lead Based Paint, and Vapor Encroachment Screening.


  • Cities, Counties, Municipal Facilities
  • Developers
  • Commercial Contractors
  • Universities and Schools
  • Pipelines & Bulk Terminals
  • Petro-Chemical Facilities
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Texas Dept of Transportation (TxDOT)
  • Texas Dept of Public Safety (TxDPS)
  • Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD)
  • Government Agencies
  • Real Estate Brokers and Professionals
  • Attorneys
  • Banks
  • Property Owners and Buyers

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