Phase I and Phase II Due Diligence

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments: Not all are created equal.  When it comes to selecting a consulting firm to conduct a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA), we know you have a lot of choices. Whether the Phase I ESA is being conducted as part of the due diligence process associated with a property transaction or to meet another objective, you want documentation that thoroughly and accurately assesses potential environmental liabilities. Read full article here. 

Farallon has conducted numerous Phase II Subsurface Investigations throughout Washington, Oregon, California, and Idaho as an integral part of a prospective property transaction or refinancing.  Clients have included financial institutions, developers, industrial businesses, government agencies, oil companies, commercial business owners, and private landholders. Clients can rely on the thorough evaluation of subsurface conditions that Farallon conducts to identify potential environmental liabilities associated with a property, including potential contributions of contaminants from adjacent properties.  Farallon has consistently demonstrated proficiency in assessing and quantifying environmental risks in support of pending property transactions.

Representative Due Diligence Project Experience:

For additional information, contact Farallon's Due Diligence experts:

Tina Huff
Principal Regulatory Specialist, Director of Business Development
(425) 295-0813
Craig Ware
Principal Hydrogeologist
(503) 280-4629
Scott Allin
Principal Environmental Scientist
(916) 616-8113