- In general, a “small” release to soil results in minor soil contamination and the presence of vapor beneath the building.
- A “medium” release to soil results in soil contamination to a depth of up to approximately 20 feet beneath the building; has spread horizontally beneath the building; and can generate vapors that result in a probable significant vapor intrusion to an overlying building and possible groundwater contamination.
- A “large” release to soil results in soil contamination of greater than tens of feet beneath a building, significant vapor intrusion to the building and groundwater contamination that is probably above regulatory guidelines.
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The good news is that the markets with the most new construction will be able to handle the resultant vacancy challenge. The bad news…well, according to Marcus & Millichap’s Adam Lewis, there isn’t any.
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