Mr. Ronnie Dilbeck came out to give us a consultation, shortly thereafter I was in complete UST compliance at an affordable up front rate with no hidden charges.

Later on we decided to dismantle the gas portion of the business and purchase the property but needed an environmental clearance from the state and lender.

A Phase I ESA was needed to get the lenders initial approval.   After Phase I ESA we proceeded with removing all the gasoline, diesel underground storage tanks with the educated professional guidance of CreekStone, on site from start to finish.   Thereafter a Phase II ESA  and tank closure was less painful emotionally and economically than we thought it would be, thanks CreekStone and Mr. Dilbeck.  Your guidance and professional services will last our family's property investment and business operations for generations to come.

Joe Condemi , General Manager/Owner - Ridgecrest Towing and Auto Services, Inc.

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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