Category Archives: Site Remediation Services

PFAS Federal Regulations and Transactional Considerations

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a hot topic in the environmental sector given their widely anticipated regulation at the federal level due to the toxicity and persistence in the environment for a subset of these chemicals. PFAS are a group of thousands of manmade chemicals commonly used in the manufacture of various consumer and…

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Veteran Real Estate Professional Joins Pioneer Engineering & Environmental Services

Pioneer Engineering & Environmental Services, LLC (Pioneer) is pleased to announce the appointment of Eddie Adler as its Director of Business Development. Eddie will be responsible for growing Pioneer’s consulting program through our environmental assessment, site remediation, geotechnical and construction service offerings, and he will source and oversee projects ranging from initial due diligence through…

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Property at a Crossroads – A Case Study

      At Pioneer, we relish the opportunity to be stewards of our environment, particularly by assisting in the adaptive re-use of once blighted and neglected sites. And with thoughtful and creative clients, such as Crossroads Development Partners (Crossroads), we were again able to put our philosophy to practice. In 2015 Pioneer was contracted…

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Let Pioneer Be Your One-Stop Due Diligence Shop

Since 1989, Pioneer Engineering & Environmental Services, LLC (Pioneer) has investigated over 20,000 sites, including multi-family/residential, industrial, and commercial/retail facilities, across the United States. In addition to environmental considerations identified in the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), it is important that prospective purchasers and lenders are educated on the physical deficiencies and capital needs…

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Vapor Intrusion - environmental services

What’s That Smell? Vapor Intrusion is Next BIG Issue

Every few years, different environmental issues emerge and have varying affects on the real estate/due diligence marketplace. In Illinois, the development and utilization of a risk-based approach to corrective action (known as TACO) in 1996 provided the foundation upon which Brownfields redevelopments were and continue to be built. Since that time, there have been various…

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