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What We Do

Systematic inspection, review, and report on the state of a commercial building's structure and systems.

After the Building assessment has been completed, we provide risk mitigation for the buyer or the lender and, potentially, an opportunity to renegotiate the price based on the true condition of the property.

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The process of conducting "all appropriate inquiry" into the past or present uses of a property to determine whether the property is impacted by a "recognized environmental condition" (REC).

Provide expert assessment and advisory services for clients on matters pertaining to the management of environmental issues, reducing the detrimental impact of industrial, commercial, and government initiatives on the environment.

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Includes a site visit, regulatory records review, key personnel interviews, and limited historical research. Aside from the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), the Transaction Screen Assessment is the only other environmental due diligence product that is governed by an ASTM Standard Practice. The ASTM standard for the Transaction Screen is 1528-06 Standard Practice for Limited Environmental Due Diligence: Transaction Screen Process. Unlike the Phase I ESA, however, the Transaction Screen does not meet the requirements of the EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiry and will not offer the user protection from CERCLA liability.

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Playground Inspections

At Site Assessors Nationwide, LLC, we specialize in providing playground inspections to ensure that the playground is designed and constructed to meet the safety requirements of the public. Our team of certified playground safety inspectors is dedicated to providing the highest quality inspection services to ensure that your playground is safe and compliant with the latest regulations. We are committed to helping you create a safe and enjoyable playground for everyone.

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A written document issued by a certified roofing expert to certify that the roof in question isn't damaged in any way and should perform as expected for a certain period of time.

Only Part 107 Certified FAA remote pilots are authorized legally to perform commercial inspections. Using a remotely piloted aircraft fitted with a camera to capture aerial stills and images for a commercial property, in sections that cannot be accessible, identifying any issues or concerns that can affect the subject property. 

Remote Pilot ID 4752390

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