Land and Building
Midwest Environmental Consulting Services, Inc. (MEC) proves itself to be a leader in the property sector, providing innovative solutions to those needing to build, renovate, and demolish. Our environmental hygiene firm works with building owners, developers, builders, architects, and engineers. We provide a broad spectrum of services to ensure all development projects comply with local and federal regulations.
MEC has helped significant land and building developers throughout the country to maintain efficient sites. We provide customized service each step of the way and can handle even the most complex development job. By identifying hazardous materials and remediating these dangerous conditions, projects can progress safely and affordably.
Our professionals are experienced and knowledgeable with applicable regulations within the real estate sector.
We understand the risks lenders, and land developers face and can help identify and manage environmental liability.
Our team works around the clock to minimize disruptions and ensure the job is completed efficiently with little downtime.
MEC understands the complexities of demolition projects and can provide services to ensure environmental health and safety.
We provide environmental testing and specialized inspection services to ensure the safety of your construction project.
Comprehensive building inspections to identify conditions in support of pre-renovation and pre-demolition activities
The environmental documentation process for project owners, reducing overall risk, avoiding violations and fines, and lessening the environmental impact
Identify any potentially dangerous substances to keep industry employees safe or to plan for your next renovation or construction project
Phase I Assessments
An assessment conducted to determine if any situations can be identified as a Recognized Environmental Condition (REC)
Phase II Investigations
Scientifically valid data concerning actual property conditions, and whether or not such data relate to conditions previous identified as recognized in the Phase I ESA
Phase III Remediations
A full scope of remediation options for the parties involved that consider goals, cost, timelines, and applicable limitations
Necessary to evaluate your property’s water quality and establish an appropriate solution to manage any contaminants
CCDD Soil Testing
A necessary certification from a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) signifying that the soil is uncontaminated
Underground Storage Tanks
Inspection for underground storage tanks (USTs) to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations