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Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments for Dallas & Ft. Worth Areas

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Why our clients keep coming back: 


  • Fast 7 Day Dependable Reports  

  • Reports Accepted by Banks & SBA 

  • Reliable Office Support  

  • Fast Estimates & Ordering 


With our Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment, investors can confidently proceed through the due diligence phase. Our reports are prepared efficiently and accurately, following the strict standards of ASTM E1527-21. Our guidance equips clients with the necessary information to make informed decisions regarding their investment in the Dallas Fort Worth metro area. Thus, they can rest assured of gaining a significant advantage while carrying out their due diligence.

In contemporary real estate transactions, a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment is a prevalent necessity. Generally, to be eligible for the CERCLA "Innocent Land Owner Defense," which is meant to protect contaminated property owners from liability for hazardous substances introduced by an unaffiliated third party, the buyer or financing bank will request a Phase 1 assessment of the property.

DFW areas we serve
  • Arlington

  • Irving

  • Plano

  • Garland

  • Grand Prairie

  • McKinney

  • Frisco

  • Denton

  • Richardson

  • Lewisville

  • Mesquite

  • Carrollton

  • Allen

  • Flower Mound

  • North Richland Hills

  • Mansfield

  • Euless

  • Grapevine

  • Bedford

  • The Colony

DFW Real Estate Market

The Dallas commercial real estate market is robust and diverse, driven by a strong economy, favorable business environment, and rapid population growth. With a focus on industries like finance, technology, healthcare, and logistics, Dallas offers a wide range of office, retail, and industrial properties. Key areas include the central business district, Uptown, and suburban business parks. Demand for office space remains steady, particularly in prime locations, while the retail sector benefits from a thriving consumer market. Industrial properties, including warehouse and distribution centers, are in high demand due to Dallas' strategic location as a transportation hub. Overall, the Dallas commercial real estate market offers investors and businesses ample opportunities for growth and expansion

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