BBN Consulting is here to help solve complex environmental and contaminated land issues. We provide specialist contaminated land management services that are cost-effective and can help you identify the presence of hazardous materials on your site.
Homeowners and property developers must do their due diligence before starting construction on a new piece of land to ensure they adhere to building best practices — BBN work alongside you to guarantee this, from an initial site investigation to remediation and recording the contaminated materials on necessary contaminated land registers.
BBN Consulting can guarantee:
BBN has worked on projects of all scales, from residential properties to large commercial developments, so there’s nothing our experienced team can’t handle. We have several years of experience within the industry and pride ourselves on implementing exceptional occupational hygiene and safety solutions.
BBN Consulting can perform an Environmental Due Diligence (EDD) assessment to ensure you adhere to your environmental obligations. This is a simple way to determine if the land is safe to be built on. We can also provide an Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), which is completed in five stages:
Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) — A preliminary site investigation is a critical step in the development or remediation of a property. It is the process of gathering information about the site and its surroundings to identify any potential environmental or geotechnical hazards or risks. A preliminary site investigation typically involves conducting a thorough review of available data and records, as well as conducting field assessments and testing.
Detailed Site Investigation (DSI) — A detailed site investigation is a more comprehensive and in-depth investigation of a property than a preliminary site investigation. It is typically conducted after a preliminary site investigation has identified potential environmental or geotechnical hazards or risks and is designed to gather more detailed and specific information about these hazards or risks. A detailed site investigation may be required as part of the development or remediation of a property or to satisfy regulatory requirements.
Remediation Action Plan (RAP) — Once we’ve completed our inspection, we’ll compile a detailed report of our findings, advising you on your next steps.
Validation sampling and report — This document details your action plan so you can get started on your build confidently.
Classification — Our team will help you with soil and waste classification, keeping you compliant with the latest waste guidelines.