Development projects often require a subsurface investigation to identify any potential contamination present underground. When residential properties are being converated from commercial uses, for example, planning commissions will require investigations to be performed before project approvals are provided.
Subsurface investigations consists of a site specific health and safety plan, procurement of permits from the regulatory agency, drilling of soil borings around the area of suspected impacted soil, collection of soil samples for soil lithologic classification, in-field screening for undifferentiated volatile organic compounds and laboratory chemical analysis, groundwater monitoring, well or remedial well installation, survey of the newly installed groundwater monitoring or remedial wells for elevation and location, and evaluation of data and report preparation.
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