Environmental and Engineering Due Diligence in Los Angeles

Whether your property is located on the coast of Los Angeles or the hills, any environmental due diligence firm engaged for commercial properties in Los Angeles should fully understand the variances of these landscapes. Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. is headquartered in the Los Angeles area. The Partner Los Angeles team is experienced with multiple aspects of the environmental due diligence process, including Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II Environmental Testing, Property Condition Assessments, Probable Maximum Loss Reports, Asbestos Surveys, and Zoning services.

Los Angeles is rich in properties that are both historical and newly built. As such, it is important for anyone dealing with commercial or multifamily properties to gain an understanding of the immediate and future repairs of a property with a Property Condition Assessment. Partner is able to inspect the building’s systems and provide a table that indicates the immediate and future investments that will be required for the property.

Those that do commercial or multifamily transactions in Los Angeles truly understand the importance of an accurate Probable Maximum Loss (PML) report. A firm’s understanding of the local geology and correctly reflecting the math in a PML report is critical to the accuracy of the report. Partner offers Probable Maximum Loss Reports (PMLs) to every seismic zone in the United States, and our Los Angeles office has extensive experience with local Seismic Damageability Assessments.

Some recent projects and experience that provide insight into our robust Southern California consulting practice can be found at http://www.partneresi.com/city/los-angeles.php

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