A Phase III ESA was conducted to assess for metals, hydrocarbons, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) at a commercial site in Dartmouth, NS.  The facility was built in the late 1960s and served as a large-scale trucking operations and repair facility.  Wells were installed, static measurements collected, groundwater modeled, and a detailed Phase III ESA was completed. Extensive free product was revealed along with arsenic impacts.  Detailed drilling and sampling of surface soils and bedrock were carried out to assess on-site and off-site migration of impacts, evaluate remedial options, and determine costs for site closure requirements.  Strum completes over 50 similar assessments yearly.