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The State’s Largest and Most Comprehensive Brownfields Conference!
Graduate Hotel • Eugene, Oregon
The 13th Brownfields Conference and Awards Luncheon brings together property owners, developers, community leaders, regulators, financiers and service providers for an informative and educational conference for those working to make contaminated properties economically viable for reuse.
Reflecting on the Past to Inform the Future of Brownfields Redevelopment in Oregon
The Brownfields Marathon
A Mayors’ Roundtable Discussion
Oregon Brownfields Coalition – Plotting the Next Ten Years!
What’s Happening Statewide
“7-minute Snapshot” Style!
Walking Mobile Workshop
Eugene’s Downtown Brownfields Scene
Luncheon and Presentation
Monday, May 18, 2020, 10am – 3pm
Recycling abandoned and under-utilized properties requires knowledge and skills to manage a variety of issues.
The Brownfield 101 Workshop is a practical and interactive workshop that provides brownfield project managers with the tools, techniques, and resources required to move projects forward. Where does the money come from? How much do you need and when? What are the environmental regulations, and how does that work with the planning process? How do I work with a developer? A multi-disciplinary team of expert practitioners will guide workshop participants through the regulatory, funding and financing, planning, and development framework for dealing with brownfields in Oregon. The workshop culminates in an interactive activity (or case study) that realistically illustrates potential project outcomes and involves participants in employing their new skills in a real case study.
This is a chance to spend time with experts in brownfields redevelopment. Come learn from those who have “been there, done that,” and are willing to share their knowledge and experience to help others follow in their footsteps.
Curriculum Will Cover:
Regulatory and Legal Framework, Environmental Site Assessments and Cleanup Financial Resources, Planning, Economic and Market Forces, The Redevelopment Process and a Case Study.
Who Should Attend?
- Project Managers (public, private, and nonprofit)
- City Planners
- Redevelopment Managers
- Environmental Attorneys
- Practitioners engaged in the acquisition, funding, and development of properties
The educational sessions cover basic and advanced topics in the areas of:
A Discussion: PFAs and other Emerging Contaminants of Concern
Working with Attorneys: Understanding the Legal Perspective
Cleanup 201: Making Use of Institutional and Engineering Control
Tackling Illegal Landfills, Abandoned Gas Stations, Waste Water Lagoons
Lessons to Share: Portland Harbor Superfund
- and many more…