Buckeye is a small community located to the north of Gila River. State Highway 85 bisects it going north and south, while I-10 cuts through it running east to west. The city also has a small satellite portion located to the south, at the very tip at the Sonoran Desert National Monument. The city of nearly 70,000 residents is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. With property continually changing hands, it is required by law to obtain Phase I ESA reports in Buckeye, AZ.
Buckeye doesn’t have much in the way of water running through the city. However, it is necessary and required by law to obtain Phase I ESA reports during major real estate transactions. Due to this, working with an environmental consulting firm in Buckeye, AZ such as GPI is necessary.
Before the sale of commercial real estate, a Phase I ESA (Environmental Site Assessment) report must be obtained. This report goes over the history of the property, includes interviews, and looks for any records of previous chemical spills or buried underground tanks. GPI offers ESA inspection in Buckeye, AZ and, as GPI is based in metro Phoenix, can work quickly with local, state, federal, and tribal record-holders for obtaining the information.
After reviewing historical records and looking for insights into the presence of hazardous substances, the report will include interviews with current and past property owners, plus neighbors and others who may have lived on the property in the past. This way, both investors and sellers know all the specifics regarding the land before a sale.
If you’re looking for a Phase I ESA to be done in Buckeye, AZ by an environmental engineering firm, GPI is your local solution.