EBC Site Remediation and Redevelopment Program Series: Contaminated Property Buying/Selling Strategies – Part Four – Redevelopment Waste Management Considerations
This four-part monthly program, presented by the EBC Site Remediation and Redevelopment Committee, will use a MOCK transaction scenario to take you through all the phases of developing a brownfield site in Massachusetts.
Our mock case will involve High Tech Industries, Inc., a company that wants to build a new world headquarters on a high value location, and Messy Scrap Yard Incorporated, a property owner that wants to sell a 75-year-old 30-acre family-run scrap yard in the perfect spot.
Part One: January 17 – Transaction, Funding Aids, and Project Set-up
Part Two: February 14 – Development and Build-Out Planning
Part Three: March 17 – Demolition Phase
Part Four: April 12 – Redevelopment Waste Management Considerations
The program series has provided an interactive case study on the trials and tribulations of a MOCK redevelopment of an old contaminated industrial property located in Massachusetts into a new and vibrant future use. We have observed the interaction between a buyer (High Tech Inc.) and a seller (Messy Scrap Yard Incorporated), along with their legal counsel, during acquisition negotiations, assessments, resolution of assessment results, the funding process and final sale of the project.
As negotiations progressed, the MOCK transaction explored several other key factors in the redevelopment process including: site use planning and zoning, working around environmental use restrictions, financial planning and funding support options (including tax credits and EPA, as well as Mass Development Funding programs) and how they may help balance the project proforma.
As the project become more defined, other key factors such as demolition was reviewed, now part four will focus on remediation waste management from the start of excavation to final off-site disposal to reuse.
General Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (3.5 training contact hours). Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.
Overview and Recap of Parts 1-3
- Evan Cucé, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Strategies & Management, Inc.
Excavation Considerations and On-site Soil Management
- Robert Atwood, P.E., LSP, Program Chair; Vice President and Senior Engineer, Environmental Strategies & Management, Inc.
Dewatering During Excavation
- Joe Landyn, New England Regional Manager, Ground/Water Treatment & Technology, LLC
Dealing with Low Level Soil Impacts Off-Site
- Dan Walsh, Senior Project Manager/Environmental Engineer, W. L. French Excavating Corporation
Dealing with Higher Level Mixed Wastes Off-Site
- Steve Cross, Strategic Accounts Manager, Heritage Environmental
Registration: 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Program: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
EBC Member: $120 – additional late fee of $20 after April 10
Non-Member: $165 – additional late fee of $20 after April 10
Register by March 29 and receive $20 off the EBC Member and Non-Member registration fees!
Discount applied during online registration. Does not apply to the Government/Nonprofit or Subsidized Rates.
For EBC Members only – register five attendees for the price of four!
Discount will automatically be applied during online registration.
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Walk-in registration is accepted at the door with a $20 late fee. Cancellations must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15 for a refund. No-shows will be charged. Please keep in mind that online registration for this program will close at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 16.