Brownfields & Land Revitalization 2011 Conference

Author: Jim Darling Published: May 9, 2011

At the May Brownfields & Land Revitalization 2011 Conference in Spokane, Washington, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. (MFA) will be conducting an interactive workshop on the potential adaptive reuse of a contaminated site. Based on a real site case study, the workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to interact directly with experts in the fields of environmental engineering, finance, market development, and planning, while weaving a path through the regulatory environment toward a successful project.

MFA’s workshop approach was developed during its 2010 work to author the Guide to Leveraging Brownfield Redevelopment for Community Revitalization. To augment the guide, MFA has researched and produced the 2011-2012 Guide to Funding Brownfield Site Redevelopment, to assist communities in navigating the complex world of identifying and securing state and federal assistance funding for brownfield site development efforts.

Please feel free to use these key sources as you explore undertaking the adaptive reuse of sites in your community or jurisdiction.

For more information, or for answers to any questions, please contact Jim Darling, Jim Maul, or Michael Stringer.

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