Gain planning security
Are you planning a construction project or taking over a property? Contaminated sites pose particular challenges. The first step is to establish the prec
- Advice and clarifications in relation to entries in the “Register of Contaminated Sites”
- Assistance relating to issues of ground contamination
- Historical and technical investigation of properties
- Planning and carrying out of pre-investigations and detailed investigations (sampling) in cooperation with specialist drilling companies and laboratories
- Preparing risk assessments and evaluating the urgency of decontamination measures
- Estimating costs arising from contamination
- Developing decontamination plans, planning and carrying out work to decontaminate soil and groundwater
- Site management of contaminated sites
- Legal advice in complex questions of liability and for drafting contracts
- Determining the appropriate allocation of costs between the public and private sectors (determining costs)
- Communication and mediation between stakeholders (owners, authorities, lenders)
Construction of new ZSC Lions’ ice hockey stadium, Zurich, Clearing the site of former allotments
As the owner of the former allotments, Zurich City Council was responsible for clearing the site to allow the construction of the new ice hockey stadium.
New high-rise building, Zurich, Complete decontamination as part a tightly scheduled construction project
As part of a new-build project in the city of Zurich, the former commercial premises had to be demolished and the entire site decontaminated.
Former Ilford site, Marly, historical and technical preliminary assessment in accordance with the Contaminated Sites Ordinance (CSO)
From 1980 until 2013, Marly was home to a cutting-edge factory producing film and photographic paper. Owing to the site's industrial past, it was deemed to require further investigation and was entered in the Register of Contaminated Sites. Ecosens carried out a historical survey of the site.