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Trammell Crow Company is among the top commercial real estate management companies in the US. The firm oversees more than 500 million sq. ft. of commercial property in the US and Canada. It also offers real estate brokerage services, provides major corporations with infrastructure management services, and offers investment advising as well as property development and construction to corporate and institutional clients. Trammell Crow's 170 offices in Canada and the US and its Trammell Crow Savills joint venture serve multinational corporations around the world.
Environmental & Construction Management Services, Inc. (ECMS) has been retained by Trammell Crow Company to perform ASTM Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) for prior to the acquisition and/or refinancing of the Burlington Centre Business Park which is a five (5) structure, 72-acre master-planned office campus boasting strong pedestrian connections between components. Building plans in a quad formation have been organized to fit comfortably in the topography and natural environment of the wooded setting. Additionally, designers have downplayed the presence of parking areas and the garage, which helps the buildings blend into their environments.
The purpose of the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was to determine the history of the property, including current and former ownership and use and evaluate the Site for evidence of oil and/or hazardous materials that are, have been, or potentially could be released onto the Site or in the vicinity of the Site. A Site reconnaissance visit for the property was also performed by ECMS qualified personnel to document current Site conditions with respect to the presence of any oil and or hazardous materials (OHM).
ECMS’ Licensed Site Professional
(LSP) has also directed and/or performed all aspects of the Massachusetts
Contingency Plan (MCP) 310 CMR 40.0000 for one of the parcels which is
listed as a MADEP listed disposal site.