Subcommittee E50.02 on Real Estate Assessment and Management


    Showing results 1-12 of 12 matching ACTIVE standards under the jurisdiction of E50.02     E50 Home

    D5746-98(2010) Standard Classification of Environmental Condition of Property Area Types for Defense Base Closure and Realignment Facilities

    D6008-96(2014) Standard Practice for Conducting Environmental Baseline Surveys

    E1527-13 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process

    E1528-14 Standard Practice for Limited Environmental Due Diligence: Transaction Screen Process

    E1903-11 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Process

    E2018-08 Standard Guide for Property Condition Assessments: Baseline Property Condition Assessment Process

        See also WK40486 proposed revision

    E2091-11 Standard Guide for Use of Activity and Use Limitations, Including Institutional and Engineering Controls

    E2247-08 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process for Forestland or Rural Property

        See also WK45617 proposed revision

    E2418-06 Standard Guide for Readily Observable Mold and Conditions Conducive to Mold in Commercial Buildings: Baseline Survey Process

        See also WK43396 proposed revision

    E2600-10 Standard Guide for Vapor Encroachment Screening on Property Involved in Real Estate Transactions

        See also WK48522 proposed revision

    E2790-11 Standard Guide for Identifying and Complying With Continuing Obligations

    E2797-11 Standard Practice for Building Energy Performance Assessment for a Building Involved in a Real Estate Transaction

        See also WK48705 proposed revision

    Showing results 1-2 of 2 matching Proposed New Standards under the jurisdiction of E50.02     E50 Home

    WK32621 New Practice for EVALUATING POTENTIAL HAZARD DUE TO METHANE IN THE VADOSE ZONE

    WK48607 New Guide for Readily Observable Moisture Affected Materials and Conditions Conducive to Elevated Moisture in Commercial Buildings: Visual Moisture Assessment Process