Cribbs & Associates, Inc.
Environmental and Geotechnical Services, including site assessments and remediation for industrial, commercial, and residential real estate.
Cribbs & Associates, Inc. P.O. Box 44
Delmont, PA 15626
Member of the Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists
Prof. Geologist License # PG004534
PADEP UST Certification UMX/UMR
Serving clients in the
Most notable was the addition of a complete drilling services group with the equipment and knowledge required for conducting environmental and geotechnical drilling projects completely in-house.
By doing so, we are better able to control costs to ensure that our client’s budgets are maintained, even when unexpected changes in scope are encountered. Almost all of our larger competitors in the region are required to subcontract their drilling services. Cribbs & Associates possesses the unique capability of providing all the services of some of the larger regional consulting firms with the low overhead efficiencies of a smaller company which allow us to provide our services at significantly discounted prices.
Environmental assessments and the ability to remediate (clean up) contamination are indispensable in today’s real estate environment. Whether your interest is in property transfers, real estate acquisition and development, or building demolition, State and Federal regulations now govern a wide range of compliance and permitting issues. From the purchase of a new home to the sale of commercial real estate, Cribbs & Associates, Inc. is your source for experienced and reliable environmental services.
Gary Cribbs holds a professional geologist license (License #PG004534). As per Title 49, Chapter 37 of the Pennsylvania Code, any person conducting Professional Geologic Work in the state of Pennsylvania must be licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, State Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs. Professional Geologic Work is described as the performance of geological services including technical completeness reviews or inspections that require the utilization, application and interpretation of fundamental and practical principles of the geological sciences. In addition all reports submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) containing any form of geologic or hydrogeologic interpretation must be reviewed and stamped by a certified Professional Geologist.
According to the 2002 Brownfield Revitalization Act, in order to qualify for CERCLA liability protection, property purchasers must conduct “All Appropriate Inquiries” (AAI) prior to taking title of the subject property. Subsequently, the US Environmental Protection Agency Ruling 40 CFR Part 312, which took effect on November 1, 2006, recognized the revised ASTM Standard E 1527-05 as an acceptable guidance document for satisfying the AAI due diligence process. Therefore, Cribbs & Associates, Inc. conducts all Phase I Environmental Assessments according to ASTM Standard E 1527-05.
Cribbs & Associates, Inc. is committed to
providing our clients with the most thorough and cost effective Phase I
Investigations possible to minimize the environmental risks associated
with real estate transfers.
& Associates, Inc. has the experience to design and implement a wide
variety of remedial procedures, bringing your property into compliance
with federal, state, and local regulations.