Landslide Characterization and Stabilization

CreekStone has been involved in emergency landslide stabilizations.  These services include, site characterization, stabilization plan development and implementation/construction of the plan in a timely manner.  Time is of the essence when homes and lives may be in danger.  Additionally, we offer landslide probability mapping and assesments prior to purchasing or building on concern areas.  The later services can help save property owners/buyers time, money and property damage by avoiding or managing landslide prone areas.  Methods commonly used to assess these areas are exploritory subsurface investigations, soil analysis, bedrock geology and slope stability modeling.

Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)

CreekStone performs Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) to determine the nature of potential environmental issues at a site during a real estate transaction or refinancing.  ESAs involve four key steps: site and area reconnaissance, records research, interviews, and reporting.  CreekStone personnel have performed ESAs throughout the Southeast United States at residences, commercial buildings, and industrial facilities.  Environmental concerns frequently identified include underground storage tanks, aboveground storage tanks, transformers, hydraulic equipment, chemical and petroleum substances, and septic tanks.  According to the results of the Phase I ESA, CreekStone will conduct the Phase II ESA when needed.  Phase II ESA's are very site dependent but usually include soil and/or groundwater sampling to delineate the presence and/or extent of contamination presented by the Recognized Environmental Concern on site.

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Regional Commitment

CreekStone is pleased to provide our specialized professional services in the Southern Blue Ridge and Piedmont Province!

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