This course will present the current drivers and challenges to brownfields redevelopment projects. The morning session will focus on providing a regulatory update on issues affecting redevelopment projects; status on the LSRP program and the impact on brownfields projects; case studies of pre-development activities including site selection, marketing and zoning/infrastructure and how upfront planning is vital to engaging the multiple stakeholders of redevelopment projects for successful outcomes.
The afternoon session will highlight the latest project funding resources and experiences involving federal, state, and private equity perspectives. The challenges of integrating development and remediation will be explored. Specifically, clean fill requirements, demolition and material reuse, stormwater management and use of innovative remedial technologies will be discussed.
You will hear from a variety of stakeholders and gain an understanding on their perspectives in the multi-faceted redevelopment process.
This course is bring presented in cooperation with the Economic Development Association of New Jersey (EDANJ).
- NJ Regulatory Update
- The LSRP Program and Brownfields
- Pre-development Activities
- Funding Programs/Options
- Integrating Development and Remediation
Who Should Attend
Corporate Land Owners, Developers, Municipal Officials, Attorneys, Planners, Real Estate Brokers, Lending Institutions, Architects, Environmental Professionals, Community Affairs Professionals, Insurance Specialists, Industry Personnel Responsible for Corporate Real estate and Environmental Affairs
Leah Yasenchak, PhD., BRS Inc.
Michael Sylvester, Executive Vice President, EWMA
Laura Conradi, P.E., GEI Consultants, Inc.
Local and State Development Experts – Public and Private
This course is being presented in cooperation with the Economic Development Association of New Jersey (EDANJ).