XCG was sub-contracted by Associated Engineering to conduct a Phase One Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and Phase Two ESA as part of the Zone 4 Reservoir Design and Construction project for Halton Region.
Every year XCG is contracted by both new and existing clients to conduct dozens of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and/or Property/Building Condition Assessments (BCAs) in the Greater Toronto and Golden Horseshoe area.
After over five years of trying to obtain Site Plan Approval, XCG was retained and was instrumental in clearing all of the environmental conditions imposed by the Municipality and our client was able to proceed with the redevelopment of their property with a new anchor tenant store.
XCG was retained in 2015 to conduct a Phase I ESA for refinancing purposes of an industrial property that XCG had previously conducted a Phase I ESA and Phase II ESA in late 2009.
In early 2016, the owner of the site retained XCG to complete a peer review of the 2015 Phase II ESA, and to determine the best course of action.
XCG was retained to complete a Phase I ESA to secure financing for a multi-tenant commercial shopping centre in the Edmonton area.
XCG was retained by Atlas Copco Canada Inc. to conduct Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments at a commercial/industrial property in Dieppe, New Brunswick.
The owner retained XCG to provide site assessment and remediation services to facilitate the sale of the subject property. The subject property was an active truck maintenance and long-term parking facility, which also operated an on-site fuelling station.
XCG was retained to conduct a Risk Assessment (RA) and develop a Risk Management Plan (RMP) for a former industrial/commercial property in Waterloo, Ontario. The overall objective was to obtain a Record of Site Condition (RSC) prior to the redevelopment of the property as multi-unit residential complex.
XCG took over the remediation of a former manufacturing facility in Whitby, Ontario. As part of the remedial activities, reports detailing previous environmental investigations were reviewed. The reports reviewed included the findings of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), Phase II ESA, Soils Remedial Action Report, Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study Report, Site Specific Risk Assessment (SSRA) and the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) review comments, and the resubmission of the SSRA. The original and resubmission of the SSRA were completed based on the MOECC document “Guidance on Site Specific Risk Assessment for Use at Contaminated Sites in Ontario,” dated May 1996.