There are more than 10,000 pages of federal regulations designed to protect public health and the environment. Each state has its own environmental health and safety regulations; many of them more stringent than the federal requirements. The public demands a clean environment and healthy workplace, and regulatory agencies are increasing enforcement and imposing severe penalties for non-compliance. Together with tort and nuisance litigation, these pressures are driving property owners, lenders, and buyers to the realization that environmental management makes good business sense.

Call Expert Restoration Service to assess environmental problems and provide cost-effective solutions that comply with regulations and reduce liabilities. Our environmental managers coordinate with various technical departments and regulatory agencies to bring you a complete range of services:

  • Phase I and II - Environmental Site Assessments
  • Soil and Groundwater Contaminant Investigations
  • Soil-Gas Investigations and Vapor Intrusion Assessments
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Health Risk Assessments
  • Mitigation Programs
  • Remediation Design and Implementation
  • Underground Storage Tank Compliance Inspection and Management
  • Wetlands Surveys
  • Ecological Restoration
  • Geographic Information Systems and Data Management
  • Regulatory Compliance Assistance
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention (SWPP)

Fire

fireAfter a fire, we secure structures and prevent further loss. Our experts will evaluate the damage and formulate a plan for reconstruction, working closely with your insurance carrier throughout the process.

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Hail

hail damageIn Indiana, the last few years has resulted in significant amounts of hail damage. Homeowners need to be proactive in checking for hail damage. Our staff can provide help to repair property that has suffered hail damage.

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Wind

windDamage caused by windstorms or tornadoes can run the gamut. On homes that can be repaired, it is extremely important that measures be taken immediately to minimize additional damage.

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