About This Thought LeaderThought leadership on a variety of CRE related issues including phase 1 and phase 2 environmental site assessments by expert environmental consultants and building engineers.
Is Vapor Intrusion Ruining Your Transactions?
The potential liability and impact of vapor intrusion issues has been of increasing concern to developers and lenders alike. Partner Engineering and Science's Tom Daly looks at some of the ways you can manage this risk.Read More
Development Is Back!
Latest housing statistics signal a promising trend: the development and construction industries are truly on the up.Read More
Energy Efficiency Gaining More Acceptance
LOS ANGELESThe market is increasingly embracing energy efficiency factors, and that's a bonus for returns, according to a recent interview between GlobeSt's Sule Aygoren and Tonu Liou, president of Partner Energy.Read More
Using Infrared Technology to Dig a Little Deeper
Using Infrared Imaging technology to augment the real estate due diligence process enables owners to better manage their assets and investors to make better decisions based on more detailed and accurate information.Read More
Partner Ranked First for Phase I ESAs
TORRANCE, CA-In a national poll by EDR Scorekeeper, Partner Engineering and Science Inc. ranks number one in providing Phase I environmental assessments in the third quarter.Read More
The PCE Migraine Series - Part 1
In this 10-part blog-series, Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.'s Robert Traylor takes a look at PCE releases, and the real estate headaches associated with it.Read More
How Zoning Came to Be
Partner Engineering and Science's Ira Grossman takes a look at the history of zoning, and how it's helped shape America's city skylines.Read More
Environmental Risks Tops List of Concerns
LOS ANGELES-Some of the key takeaways from a recent poll to our readers was that most of the 500 CRE respondents said zoning/entitlement and environmental issues ranked among the highest asset-level concernsWe also learned a few surprises along the way.Read More
Survey: Assessing Risk, Engineering Returns
The GlobeSt.com readership hears every day about the obvious forces affecting commercial real estate factors like supply and demand, availability of capital and of course location, location, location. But not everyone is as familiar with the non-market forces and risks that can also have a significant impact on deals. Many of those forces are specific to the asset itself, such as environmental issues, the physical condition of an asset, zoning issues and energy performance.Read More
Reporting the Results of a Due Diligence Investigation
Should you report the results of a Phase II Subsurface Investigation to regulatory agencies?Read More
About Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.
Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. (Partner) is a full-service environmental and engineering consulting firm completing projects nationwide. We specialize in evaluating properties in connection with real estate transactions, development or management.