Environmental Health Sciences:
Site Investigation & Remediation

Ensuring compliance from assessment to completion. Efficient and cost-effective solutions.

NV5 performs Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) and remediation across the country and in all market sectors. We are a team of licensed professionals, including registered geologists, engineers, remediation experts, industrial hygienists, and safety specialists.

NV5’s experience with environmental conditions and long-standing relationships with local, state and federal regulatory agencies provides for efficient remedial strategies that are cost-effective and protective of the environment.

Our experience demonstrates that clear and timely communication of risk assessment findings produces the most cost-effective and expedited resolutions to complex environmental compliance issues. Whether contaminants are natural or man-made, in air, water, groundwater, soil or waste, NV5 has the expertise to achieve project success from assessment to site certification.


  • Agency Interface, Permitting Management and Site Closure
  • Brownfields Grants, Assessment and Redevelopment
  • Decontamination/Decommissioning of Industrial Sites, Radioactive Materials, and Facilities and Equipment
  • Due Diligence – Phase I and Phase II ESAs, Preliminary Endangerment Assessment
  • Environmental Construction Support
  • Environmental Inspection
  • Federal, State and Local Regulatory Compliance
  • Groundwater Monitoring Well Design, Installation and Sampling
  • Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment
  • Multiple PRP/Superfund Sites
  • Permitting Management with Local, State and Federal Agencies
  • Remedial System Design for In Situ and Ex Situ Soil and Groundwater
  • Remedial System Installation, Construction Management, and Operation and Maintenance
  • Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and Hazardous Waste Management
  • Site Characterization (Dredged Sediments, Air, Soil, Groundwater and Soil Vapor)
  • Underground Storage Tank Investigations and Cleanups
  • Waste Sampling and Characterization