Environmental Assessments

August Mack was hired by a national firm to perform environmental assessments for their acquisition of 17-acres of land the near eastside of Indianapolis. Based on our experience in the area with the client, a development company, hired August Mack to perform similar services for 10 additional parcels in the neighborhood, most notably:

  • A  site, that is currently being redeveloped into a modern, mixed-use residential and retail complex.
  • A site, that is adjacent to an assembly plant

August Mack’s involvement in these historic neighborhoods over the past six years has included:

  • Completion of over 25 Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) that covered over 60 parcels and over 25 acres of land.
  • Completion of area-wide and site-specific Phase II ESAs and delineation. These activities involved drilling over 80 soil borings and installing more than 20 temporary groundwater wells.
  • Completion of pre-demolition asbestos surveys.
  • Obtaining Brownfields Comfort Letters.
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