E&A conducted a Phase I ESA on this agricultural land in Gretna that is slated for development into a residential subdivision. The assessment was conducted in four weeks and fulfilled the requirements set forth in ASTM E1527-13.
E&A was approached by a local home development company to conduct a Phase I ESA on a piece of agricultural land. The parcel was being utilized for agricultural purposes and will be developed into the Highland Pointe Subdivision. The Highland Pointe Subdivision will provide 192 lots to the already growing city of Gretna.