Partner has a strong presence in Baltimore, Maryland. The Partner Maryland office provides Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II Environmental testing, Property Condition Assessments, ADA Surveys, and Asbestos Surveys in support of commercial real estate transactions. The Baltimore office is headed by Bradley Fountain, MBA with significant experience in due diligence assessments for a variety of property types and also serves as Director of HUD Services.
Some recent projects and experience that provide insight into our Maryland Environmental Consulting Practice include:
- Partner performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for a portfolio of 36 gas stations throughout Maryland (Beltsville, Bladensburg, Bowie, Capitol Heights, Clinton, College Park, District Heights, Fort Washington, Greenbelt, Hyattsville, Landover, Lanham, Laurel, Temple Hills, Riverdale, Suitland, and Upper Marlboro).
- A Health Technology center located in Baltimore, MD requested Partner conduct a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Property Inspections, including subspecialist inspections of MEP (Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing), roofing, elevator, and structure, as well as provides a Property Condition Report.
- Partner completed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Property Condition Reports for a 14 site portfolio of mobile home parks in Salisbury, MD, North Carolina, Missouri, Oklahoma, Virginia, and Texas.
- Partner conducted 28 Phase I Environmental Site Assessments of hotels nationwide, including three in Maryland (Annapolis, Gaithersburg and Linthicum Heights).
- Partner completed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments of 24 self-storage sites across the country including Laurel, MD.
- Partner completed a 30 site portfolio throughout the country, including Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) and seismic Probable Maximum Loss (PML) Reports on properties. The Phase I ESAs, PCAs, and PMLs were conducted for an equity client.
Our sister company Partner Energy secured $13 million of ARRA grants and loans for the implementation of energy efficiency projects at low-income multifamily projects across the country.