Creating Vibrant Communities: Redeveloping California's Brownfields

Creating Vibrant Communities: Redeveloping California's Brownfields

California Center for Land Recycling

Creating Vibrant Communities is a full day workshop which covers all aspects of brownfield redevelopment, including sessions on legal and liability issues, environmental site assessments, remediation technologies, environmental insurance and financing. This very practical, interactive workshop provides you with the tools, techniques and resources required for on-time, on-budget project management. Successfully recycling abandoned or underutilized properties requires unique knowledge and skills, and this workshop is designed specifically to meet the needs of those involved in redeveloping environmentally impacted properties. This is a very popular training, and class size is limited, so please register today!

Register online now at, or call Alison at 415/820.2092 for more information.

Thursday, October 2, 2003

8:00am - 4:30pm

City of San Diego Environmental Services Department

901 Ridgehaven Court

San Diego, CA 92123

Presenters include Richard Opper of Opper & Varco, LLP, Daniel Johnson of Environmental Business Solutions, Susan Hollinghead of Renova Partners, and Blayne Hartman of H&P Mobile Geochemistry.


Session 1: Introduction

Session 2: Liability & Regulatory Framework

Session 3: Environmental Site Assessment

Session 4: Environmental Cleanup Process

Session 5: Environmental Insurance

Session 6: Financial Resources

Session 7: Establishing a Redevelopment Team

Session 8: Getting to Redevelopment: A Case Study

Workshop Fees (Fees include lunch and all workshop materials)

$350 Private Sector

$185 Government

$75 Nonprofit

CCLR is committed to helping community based organizations by providing scholarships to reduce the cost of the workshop. Please inquire about scholarships upon registration.

Workshop participants are eligible for 7 CPDP or MCLE credits!

The California Center for Land Recycling (CCLR or "see clear") is a statewide nonprofit that repairs fractured communities and discourages urban sprawl through creative private, public and nonprofit partnerships. Our work is accomplished through training, technical assistance and small grants for communities who are attempting to turn around vacant or environmentally distressed properties.

Related Link: California Center for Land Recycling

For more information contact:

Alison Laichter
California Center for Land Recycling
455 Market Street, Suite 1100
San Francisco
CA 94105

Phone: (415) 820 2092
Fax: (415) 882 7666
Email: [email protected]

Posted September 11, 2003

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