Our firm was contracted to perform Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments on three city blocks adjacent to the north of the University of Florida campus. During the Phase I ESA, our research identified several historic gas stations and a dry cleaner. The past uses of portions of the property were identified as potential recognized environmental concerns. In the Phase II ESA, our firm used a direct push rig and mobile laboratory to perform sampling of soil and groundwater. Land Environmental identified contamination at a portion of the property and assisted our client with negotiating a purchase of the property based on the issues that we identified. As part of the transaction, we assisted the client in applying for a conditional Site Rehabilitation Completion Order (SRCO) from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). At this time, a seven-story mixed use building is being developed at the property by our client. The due diligence we provided our client with made the project a success.