We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Brownfield Renewal Awards! Thank you to everyone who submitted applications to our Brownfield Renewal Awards program and to all the judges who put so much time and effort into making our Renewal Awards Program such a success.
Please click on the links above for information about the 2013 judges' panel and nominees.
A 31.0-acre area in downtown Wausau, Wisconsin bordering the east bank of the Wisconsin River. Revitalization of this area has been on-going since the City's adoption in 1995 of a "River Edge Master Plan." READ MORE »
The initial focus of the Elven Sted project was on creating a state of the art housing development that was sustainable, affordable and accessible to households that include family members with disabilities. READ MORE »
The overall goal of the project was to transform a former industrial complex and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facility into a new mixed use, residential, commercial, and industrial complex. READ MORE »
This project entailed the historic restoration, renovation and rebirth of Maryland's largest stone mill into an active and vibrant mixed-use residential and commercial development focused on those individuals and organizations doing some of Baltimore's most important work. READ MORE »
2013 Renewal Award Winner - Brownfields for Energy
Laws by their nature create tension between different economic interests in a democratic society. When the free market system includes environmental laws which affect the marketability and development of contaminated or polluted property, the system must also include a mechanism to protect the owner's ability to sell and develop such property.
JobsOhio, the privatized economic-development agency, is committing $43 million a year toward cleaning up and redeveloping brownfields, while Keep Michigan Beautiful's (KMB) 2013 President's Plaque was awarded to Mr. Gerry Santoro, Program Manager for Macomb County's Land & Water Resources.
Field Interviewer (Rincon, Puerto Rico) Aerotek is seeking for Biologist, Fisheries Biologist, Marine Biology, Fisherman, and related for temporary positions as Field Interviewers for all PR coastal areas.Candidates must meet the basic requ…
Right of Way Agent (Columbus, Ohio) Position Summary:EASi is a market leader in providing engineering support services and technology solutions for the global market. Established in 1981, EASi is headquartered in Troy, Michigan with eng…
Right of Way Agent (Gahanna, Ohio) -Right of Way Agent-Gahanna, OH-Supervise and/or handle complicated negotiations with land owners (or their designees) for the acquisition of rights relative to the construction, reconstruction, enlar…
With nearly 30 years of professional consulting experience, Miles Bolton leads Apex in tackling some of the toughest brownfield redevelopment and engineering projects in the nation. Safety, innovation, efficiency and customer satisfaction are the words that describe Bolton’s project focus, and what drives Apex to provide clients with the highest quality services in the most cost-effective manner.
When considering environmental insurance for a brownfield, you want to work with an experienced environmental insurance broker that understand the risks you are facing and understands how to communicate this to the environmental insurance markets. This is a very important first step, otherwise you could be securing the wrong coverage that does not address your risk.
Markus Niebanck, who serves as a contributing columnist to both Brownfield Renewal print and Public Square at BROnline, has joined EnviroFinance Group, LLC (EFG) as vice president-Environmental Management.
by Karl J. Russek, Craig Richardson, and Frank Westfall
Businesses today are reaching for opportunities by expanding operations in emerging markets around the world. Many will benefit from the potential for growth. However, new risks, including environmental exposures, must not be overlooked.