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Phase I – Assess Conditions – Southwest Indiana

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Phase I – Assess Conditions – Southwest Indiana

SurePoint was contracted to perform a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) to assess the conditions of a vacant parcel in west central Indiana. The site consisted of an 8 acre parcel with a history of residence/agricultural, retail antique shop, and used automobile sales. During the site reconnaissance and research, SurePoint identified and confirmed the presence of multiple foundations from different time periods. The site reconnaissance also revealed several significant oil stained areas likely from poor waste handling practices conducted during maintenance of automobiles. SurePoint noted multiple recognized environmental conditions (RECs) associated with the past use of the property which include potential adverse impacts from oil spills, potential subsurface issues such as structure fill with unknown material, septic system, historic cisterns and/or drinking water wells. Geophysical survey with ground penetrating radar (GPR) would reveal potential issues associated with redevelopment of site.