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Going beyond ASTM – Environmental Site Assessments (ESA)

When and how certain investors go beyond ASTM because they require more intense investigation based on their risk profile. Read More »

Radon Affects Real Estate Deals

Being that Colorado is an area with a high radon propensity, it is important to know how radon can impact a real estate transaction.  Sellers, lenders, and developers need to be aware of the risks of radon and how it can impact their commercial real estate deal.   Radon testing can be completed to assess whether a particular building has elevated levels and radon mitigation, if necessary, can ofte... Read More »

Radon in Residential Developments – Know Your Risk

Understand your radon risk, especially when developing residential communities Read More »

Radon-An Invisible Killer

Entry by: Sue Krobthong, NEHA, NRPP Naturally occurring and chemically inert…although radon can come from man-made situations like landfills or use of radium-containing building materials, the vast majority is NATURALLY occurring and can be found in one thing that can been found everywhere from the breakdown of uranium (the same element used to make nuclear bombs) decomposition of the earth’s crus... Read More »

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