Phase I Environmental Site
Go with experience. Hundreds completed in the Western Colorado region.
Know the environmental condition of your property before you buy with a Phase I ESA or Environmental Transaction Screen, from people who have spent decades investigating enviromental conditions in our region.
Best Rural Phase I Provider
ESAs and ETSs completed in rural and resort areas such as Aspen, Telluride, De Beque, Colbran, Mesa, Gateway, Craig, Meeker, Ouray, Ridgway, Rico, Gunnison, Crested Butte, and Rangely Colorado.
Experience in Western Cities
Phase I ESAs and ETS reports for growing cities such as Grand Junction, Palisade, Rifle, Parachute, Fruita, Glenwood Springs, Vail, Montrose, Delta, and Rangely Colorado.
Eastern Utah Phase I Best Choice
Environmenal assessments and remediation work has been completed in rural areas and in Moab, Vernal, Green River, Monticello, and Price, Utah.
Phase I Experience Matters
Ed Baltzer has prepared hundreds of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments since 1990. He has helped clients identify and remediate asbestos, solvent, petroleum, PCB, metal and other contamination in soil, soil vapor, groundwater, and buildings. Clean properties are confidently purchased and developed with a finding of no recognized environmental conditions or cleaned up with a Voluntary Cleanup and Remediation Plan, a No-Further Action Determination, and/or an Environmental Covenant as provided by Colorado or Utah statutes and regulations.
Commercial Property Owners
Is my propery clean?
Am I free from liability?
Can I get financing or sell?
Commercial Real Estate Brokers and Agents
Help your clients through the purchase process with an experienced and option oriented approach.
Banks and Financial Institutions
Phase I Environmental Assessments or Transaction Screens (ETS) ensure thaat your collateral can be quickly liquidated.
City and County Governments
Decades of working with governments and associations as clients or regulators has created great working relationships with planning departments, engineering staff members, and Downtown associations.