Redeveloping Contaminated & Blighted Properties

in California

Friday, January 25, 2019 - Los Angeles, CA


Available In:


CA CLE: 6.75 General Credits
APA: Available Upon Request
Contractors & Engineers: May Qualify

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Topics covered

Construction, Environmental, Government, Habitat, Land Use, Real Estate, Toxic Waste

Who Should attend

Attorneys, Conservationists, Contractors, Engineers, Government Employees, Land Planners, Municipal Employees

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Seminar Overview

How enticing do brownfields projects continue to be in California?  Is the real estate market bullish enough to withstand environmental regulatory changes occurring now?  Obtain regulatory updates, brownfields finance tools, and new brownfields case studies from regulators, consultants, investors, and the legal community.

Environmental and real estate attorneys, consultants, and regulators will provide contaminated property legislative and policy updates, including those impacting CalEPA vapor intrusion (VI) policies.  Agency officials and consultants will discuss how CalEPA may model a dry cleaner policy after the LUST Low-Threat Closure Policy.  State Water Resources Control Board Mangers will provide an update on their Site Cleanup and UST Programs.  Regulators, investors, and NGOs will describe how grants, insurers, and public/private partnerships are used to fund remediation activities.  Finally, our investors and developers will discuss some recent brownfields projects, both small and large.