Due Diligence Site Assessments 28 Properties – Midwest, Texas, And Southeast

Regulatory Agency: Multi-State, EPA, and OSHA
Facility Types: Ferrous and Non-Ferrous foundries, casting facilities, and support facilities
Contaminants: Volatile Organic Compounds
Scope: Multi-Site Due Diligence Site Assessments covering multi-media compliance issues

Project Summary
  • Identified additional facilities of concern not identified in initial property list.
  • Used regional teams and central report generation location to control costs and to improve report QA/QC.
  • Managed and met shortened schedule using ESI’s surge personnel management structure.
  • Provided compliance and remediation cost estimates for acquisition price negotiations.
Due Diligence Site Assessments 28 Properties, Midwest, Texas, And Southeast
Photo: Experienced and coordinated assessment teams divided properties geographically and based upon facility type to ensure that environmental issues were competently addressed within the demanding project schedule.
Project Details

The purchaser of 28 ferrous and non-ferrous foundries, casting facilities, machining/finish casting, warehouses, and landfills retained ESI to conduct due diligence site assessments.

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This acquisition was a SEC governed leverage buyout. ESI scope of work included evaluating the environmental compliance program at each of the facilities. A separate report on compliance upgrade, pollution control, and remediation costs was provided for property acquisition price negotiations.

ESI executed this project using five regionally based site assessment teams with a central report development location to cost effectively handle the eight states where the properties were located. In the middle of the project, SEC acquisition approval came several weeks earlier than expected.

As a result, ESI completed and delivered reports two weeks ahead of schedule. ESI provided recommendations for site management to reduce the likelihood of environmental liabilities.