Northwest Environmental Business Council
NAIOP - Commercial Real Estate Development Association
Washington State Department of Ecology
October 8, 2015
8:30 am - 5:00 pm (reception following)
Hilton Hotel - Seattle Airport
17620 International Blvd., Seattle, WA 98188
NWAEP is a proud sponsor of this conference! NWAEP members get a $25 discount on registration. Email us at email@example.com for the discount code!
Making Transactions Happen. The expanding real estate market, along with a shortage of developable land, is placing renewed attention on properties with real or perceived environmental challenges. Despite potentially contaminated soil or groundwater, these sites can provide attractive opportunities for those who know how to manage the challenges of assessment and cleanup, and how to collaborate with the private parties and public agencies involved in transforming contaminated land into viable real estate projects.
Re-Using Contaminated Land is a focused one-day educational conference bringing togetherdevelopers, property owners, clean-up professionals, environmental regulators, municipalities, and others involved in returning properties to productive use. The content highlights the special challenges involved in redeveloping contaminated properties, with the goal of helping facilitate these transactions. Three educational tracks will cover:
- Development Issues & Tools
- Public Sector Strategies
- Regulations & Technologies
PLUS: Pre-Conference Course
An Introduction to Brownfields Redevelopment [info]
Who Should Attend
• Gain an up-to-date perspective on redevelopment strategies & opportunities.
• Increase your understanding of the nuts-and-bolts of project development on contaminated land.
• Learn what it takes to effectively manage transactions - and how to work with regulators & service providers.
• Uncover sources of funding, and how to get it.
• Meet and network with leading experts, colleagues, potential partners & customers.
• Property owners - private & public
• Project developers & financiers
• Construction firms
• Local government & economic development staff
• Environmental & civil engineers
• Consultants, attorneys & other service providers
• Government regulatory agencies
See list of Continuing Education Credits