We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 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.
The driving goal of the project was to promote a community-based initiative to address brownfields blight in two small, adjacent rural communities with combined populations of around 10,000 people . READ MORE »
Thanks to Brightfields Development LLC, a New England area solar developer, Scituate, MA, became the first town in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that is 100 per cent powered by renewable energy. READ MORE »
Opened in June 2011, the 17-acre Historic Fourth Ward Park transformed a barren, contaminated site north of Martin Luther King, Jr's birthplace in Atlanta into a vision for sustainable redevelopment. READ MORE »
Thank to all our judges who put so much time and effort into making our Awards Program such a success.
Brent O. Denzin
is Senior Advisor for Economic Development to EPA Assistant Administrator Mathy Stanislaus, charged with promoting inter-agency and public-private financing partnerships to spur land revitalization and site reuse.
is a Partner in the Chicago office the law firm Ancel Glink, P.C., where he concentrates his practice on environmental law, land banking and urban redevelopment. Brent has guided numerous brownfield remediation and redevelopment projects
is the Brownfields Program Specialist for the Oregon Business Development Department (dba as Business Oregon) and is responsible for managing two revolving loan funds available to public and private property owners
Dr. Daniel Walsh
First Vice President, CBRE, Inc., provides brokerage, property management, and consulting services for multiple clients throughout the U.S
is the founding Director of the New York City Mayor’s Office of Environmental Remediation (OER).Dr. Walsh formerly served as the Chief of the New York City Superfund
City officials, commercial realtors, property owners and developers from across Connecticut gathered in May to discuss solutions to a problem faced by towns across the state: underutilized mills and factories.
The University of Michigan will continue its on-going efforts to operate its facilities in the most energy efficient and environmentally sustainable fashion by demonstrating the use a cooling water treatment product recently approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Construction Superintendant (Windsor, Ontario) Seeking a qualified Construction Superintendant for a very reputable construction company located in the Windsor, ON area.Candidates will be responsible for but not limited to:Day-to-day supervision a…
Senior Project Engineer (Corona, California) This candidate possesses strong skills in all office and field engineering duties. Must be able to communicate with public sector owners and interact with multiple agencies. Strong understanding of Ca…
Procurement Manager (Detroit, Michigan) The Assistant Buyer will be responsible for providing administrative, organizational and technical assistance in the procurement division of the schools. Candidates will gather bench marking data, and…
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.
Michael Bloomberg’s exodus as New York mayor at the start of this year has caused several ripple effect. The Brownfield 2013 Person of the Year Daniel Walsh was hired and Bloomberg, and is waiting to see how matters shake out with new mayor Daniel De Blasio.