Environmental Due Diligence环境尽职调查
EHSCity’s award-winning global due diligence practice supports companies and investors in identifying and managing Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS), energy and sustainability issues that can significantly impact CAPEX and operational costs, as well as create reputational risks, divert management resources and reduce asset values.
We examine all issues, no matter how technical and complex, and report back in clear commercial terms. We then design and implement action plans to correct any concerns identified.
Global, agile and fast
Our environmental due diligence specialists are located around the world, from Europe and Africa to the USA, Canada, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia Pacific. We have the scale and footprint to support any transaction, at any stage, anywhere in the world; across a range of industries including commercial, industrial, oil & gas, food & beverage and FMCGs as well as the public sector.
Whether clients are planning a small transaction on a single asset, a multi-site multi-regional property portfolio transaction, or a large international corporate acquisition, we can help by providing insightful due diligence consultancy that supports decision making and facilitates any corporate or real estate transaction. We know that tight timelines and confidentialities are key, and we have built a reputation for quickly mobilizing our professional and experienced resources.
Unparalleled breadth of expertise
We provide a full range of due diligence services for vendors and purchasers ranging from pre-divestment reviews, Phase I and II investigations, thorough to rapid data room reviews, hazardous materials / asbestos assessments, energy consultancy, specialty technical due diligence, integrated building surveys, post-acquisition / merger integration support, and more.
In addition to our EHS specialists, we offer industrial process and infrastructure expertise and can provide technical evaluations of technologies that can be applied to various industries, including the renewable energy and waste sectors.