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Making Brownfields Projects Work in Pennsylvania

Posted:
02/22/2005
Services:
Brownfields, Environmental

This PowerPoint presentation covers materials presented during the Brownfields Practice Group's Feb. 22, 2005 forum on Brownfields projects in Pennsylvania.

Materials include information about the role the state's Office of Community Revitalization and local governments in Brownfields projects; as well as the role of the newly created Economic Development Deputate within the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.

Other subjects addressed during the forum include Buyer-Seller Agreements, Multi-Site Agreements, Guaranteed Fixed-Price Remediation, remediation requirements and phases of remediation. The PowerPoint also provides case studies of Chester County Brownfields projects, including the Bishop Tube Site and the Public Safety Training Facility.

Saul Ewing Partner Joel R. Burcat, chair of the Environment and Natural Resources Practice Group, and Jane Kozinski, special counsel in the group, hosted the 90-minute program, which featured speakers who are active in aspects of Brownfields development in Pennsylvania.

To view the PowerPoint presentation, click the link below.