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Environmental Site Assessments

Environmental site assessment services are used by clients to make important decisions. Fortune 500 companies, lending institutions, real estate developers, environmental engineering firms, construction firms, M&A investors, legal professionals, and insurance companies look to Aerostar SES for a wide variety of environmental advice, reports, and related deliverables. We understand our services must be technically correct, on-time, and on-budget. At Aerostar SES, we differentiate ourselves by also ensuring meaningful answers are provided for the client questions that matter the most.

Our environmental site assessment services include:

  • Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
  • Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) Preliminary Assessments
  • PFAS Site Investigations
  • Asbestos, Lead-Based Paint, Mold and Indoor Air Quality Surveys
  • Brownfields Investigations
  • Soil, Sediment, Groundwater and Surface Water Quality Sampling and Analyses
  • Remedial Feasibility Studies and Cost Estimates
  • Hydrogeological Modeling
  • Geosciences
  • Building Condition Reports
  • Contamination Screening Evaluations (CSEs)

Environmental Assessment Services, St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD), Florida. Aerostar SES LLC (ASL) completed 87 work orders under four consecutive, three-year continuing services contracts to include Phase I and II ESAs, radon and asbestos surveys, contaminated soil and groundwater assessments, sediment sampling, remediation design, remedial clean-up actions, groundwater monitoring, and hydrologic fate and transport modeling.

Phase I and Phase II ESAs, Regional Banking Institutions, Southeastern U.S. ASL completed thousands of Phase I and II ESAs throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. As part of the Phase I ESAs, ASL reviewed historical and regulatory information, conducted site inspections, and prepared a report presenting the findings. During the Phase II ESAs, ASL advanced soil borings, installed monitoring wells, collected soil and groundwater samples for laboratory analysis, and prepared a report summarizing the results.

CSE, Interstate 95 (I-95) Widening from I-295 to International Golf Parkway, Jacksonville and St. Johns, Florida. ASL performed a Level 1 CSE, in accordance with the FDOT’s PD&E Manual, along a 15-mile corridor of roadway as part of an engineering study and proposed construction activities.

Environmental Consulting Services, Mulliniks Construction Company, Jacksonville, Florida. ASL conducted semi-annual groundwater quality monitoring of the on-site monitor wells and performed a comparative and correlative evaluation of current and historical groundwater analytical data to ensure compliance with permit requirements.

Miami Harbor Sediment Sampling, USACE Jacksonville District, Miami, Florida. ASL conducted sampling to evaluate sediment and surface water quality in the Miami Harbor and associated Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site to determine if sediment at the site was impacted by heavy metals, pesticides, volatiles, semi-volatiles, PCBs, and organotin compounds that would warrant proper handling and disposal during construction and dredging operations.

Brownfields Grant Assessments, Florida, Louisisana, and Alabama. ASL performed Phase I and II ESAs, in accordance with ASTM Standards, as part of community wide assessment grants for hazardous substances and petroleum products. Projects also included Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) surveys, Lead-based Paint (LBP) surveys, visual mold inspections, and hazardous component inventories.

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Federal Services:
Jim Madaj, PG

Non-Federal Services:
Chris McNees