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Phase II ESA Report | ROUX | 3 2. Site Investigation The proposed Scope of Work (SOW) for the Phase II ESA included the performance of a geophysical survey, the sampling of soil, groundwater and soil vapor. A total of twelve soil borings, six temporary groundwater monitoring wells and eight soil vapor points were proposed for the Site. Phase II awardees must submit Interim Progress Reports, and a Phase II Final Report. Interim reports must be submitted within 30 days after each six-month period. indicates that the Interim Progress Reports are optional. Introduction 10 Once fully implemented, these recommendations will result in net annual savings of $46,, by 20 (Phases I and II combined1). If fully implemented, recommendations contained in this report will require one-time investments of $28,, and additional investments in . The purpose of a Phase II Environmental Report is to determine the presence, or absence of, petroleum products or hazardous waste in the subsurface of the site. Our staff of geologists and engineers possess expertise in Phase II Environmental project design.
Texas A&M University Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Burkhart Estate, Matagorda County, Texas 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) was completed during April and May by URS Corporation (URS) on behalf of Texas A&M University (TAMU) at the Burkhart Estate in Matagorda County, Texas. Phase II is a 25+ year old company producing a wide range of window products, hard & soft. The need for any sampling or testing in Phase II Environmental Site Assessments is based purely on the findings of the Phase I. Unfortunately, since there's usually a fair amount of sampling or testing, a Phase II ESA tends to cost significantly more money than a Phase I. The High Speed Rail Study Phase 2 Report was released on 11 April The Phase 2 study built on the work of Phase 1, but was considerably broader and deeper in objectives and scope, and refined many of the Phase 1 estimates, particularly the demand and cost estimates.
Phase II investigations consist of additional background research and fieldwork. Prior to the initiation of fieldwork, a detailed and concise scope of work must be submitted to WVSHPO for approval. The Phase II scope of work may be submitted as an appendix or addendum to the completed Phase I technical report. Phase II Summary In ORA, risk assessment is often done informally, with experienced supervisors and compliance staff considering all the information and making a determination about whether there is sufficient possibility of public health harm to warrant additional follow- . PHASE II ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT REPORT FORMER INSTANT TESTING PROPERTY CEDAR GROVE PARKWAY EAGAN, MINNESOTA U.S. EPA Brownfield Cooperative Agreement No.: BFE J Project Number Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment reports are sometimes required when a Recognized Environmental Condition (REC) is found during the Phase 1 Environmental Assessment process. These investigations consist of collecting soil samples, and sometimes groundwater, surface water and soil vapor samples, to screen for chemical or metal contamination.