Joe Derhake, President of Partner Engineering and Science, is actively surveying lenders, consultants, and environmental attorneys to better understand critical risk tolerance questions for lenders and real estate investors. This blog will address questions such as: What is a Recognized Environmental Conditions? How do lenders measure environmental risk? And after a REC is identified, what risk mitigation techniques are employed by lenders?
|Entry||Human Health and Soil Vapor||0||2891||JoeDerhake||- never|
|Entry||Passive Soil Venting Systems: when are they appropriate?||0||1150||JoeDerhake||December 9, 2009|
|Entry||Phase II Design: Test Soil or Soil Vapor||0||1086||JoeDerhake||- never|
|Entry||Summary of the SBA's SOP Environmental Policy Revisions...||0||1067||JoeDerhake||September 11, 2010|
|Entry||Groundwater vs. Ground Water||0||1059||JoeDerhake||- never|
|Entry||Building Energy Performance Disclosure||3.0||0||724||JoeDerhake||May 26, 2009|
|Entry||Expected Environmental Loss on a VEC||0||692||JoeDerhake||May 13, 2011|
|Entry||San Francisco Commercial Energy Performance Disclosure and...||5.0||0||634||JoeDerhake||February 13, 2011|
|Entry||Risk Classification: Standard Practices?||0||600||JoeDerhake||- never|
|Entry||TCE by Another Name would Smell as Putrid||0||547||JoeDerhake||March 29, 2010|
|Entry||How is the Government Shutdown Affecting Environmental Due...||1||97||JoeDerhake||October 17, 2013|
|Entry||Putting Henry's Law to Use||4.0||2||1081||JoeDerhake||April 24, 2013|
|Entry||A REC in Calexico is a REC in Mexicali?||4.0||1||244||JoeDerhake||April 5, 2013|
|Entry||Building Partner's Green Headquarters||5.0||1||163||JoeDerhake||October 26, 2012|
|Entry||What Environmental Consultants Need to Know about Attorney...||2||619||JoeDerhake||August 22, 2012|
|Entry||Good Bye Registered Environmental Assessors (REA)||2||825||JoeDerhake||August 8, 2012|
|Entry||An EP's Guide to Picking Up Women at the Bar||4.0||4||718||JoeDerhake||May 9, 2012|
|Entry||ASTM E50 Meetings Kickoff in April||2||594||JoeDerhake||April 27, 2012|
|Entry||How to Love an Environmental Professional||2||613||JoeDerhake||January 8, 2012|
|Entry||The $5,000 Phase I Environmental Site Assessment||4.0||22||7583||JoeDerhake||September 6, 2011|
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