There has been increasing concern about the conclusions and recommendations in Phase 1 reports that include recommendations for Phase 2 work. If a Phase 2 is recommended that is un-necessary, it can threaten a real estate deal. Even worse, a poorly planned and executed Phase 2 can create huge financial liability for a property owner. The purpose of this course is to clear up some of the confusion that appears to be common in this process.

It is approximately 30 minutes in length but we’re estimating it will take approximately twice as long with discussion. There are several case studies illustrating what information Phase 2 projects are based upon and how scope of a Phase 2 is determined based on Phase 1 research information. It also includes examples of language that is common in Phase 1 recommendations that could lead to problems with recommended Phase 2 investigations.

Call us if you are interested in the complete presentation at your office or ours.