When the findings of the Phase I ESA identify the potential for adverse environmental impacts to a property, additional investigation in the form of a Phase II ESA is often warranted. The Universal team can provide turnkey subsurface investigation activities for the collection of soil, groundwater, sediment, and multimedia materials during the Phase II ESA process. We have the knowledge and internal equipment to provide drilling services, monitoring well installation, soil and groundwater sampling, geophysical surveys, underground storage tank closures, and aquifer performance testing. Our demonstrated experience through the completion of hundreds of Phase II ESAs allows us to perform under tight timeframes and within restricted site conditions, while addressing multiple onsite concerns concurrently. The Universal technical team is always “thinking outside of the box” during field activities and we will make onsite adjustments to our approach based upon real time encountered site conditions. The information collected from the Phase II ESA along with the technical guidance of the Universal environmental professionals is translated into reports that present our findings and professional recommendations. This information is utilized by the client to make appropriate business decisions regarding the property, including additional assessment, corrective actions, beneficial use of the site, and financial considerations.