GBA’s 2021 Brownfield Seminar is Scheduled for Tuesday, June 22 and Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Early Bird Registration is Open for GBA Members –
Sign Up Before March 31, 2021 for Additional Savings!
GBA 2021 Members can enjoy yet another member benefit: sign up for the 2021 Brownfield Seminar by March 31, 2021 and you’ll receive additional savings off of your registration.
The brownfield redevelopment community has come to embrace the Georgia Brownfield Association’s Brownfield Seminar as an instrumental forum for discussions about the environmental, financial, regulatory, and community factors that guide brownfield remediation and redevelopment. Each year, GBA brings together information, experience, and research to provide Seminar participants a greater knowledge and ability to help revitalize their community.
The 2020 GBA Brownfield Seminar was successful beyond what we could have hoped for or anticipated given the impact of COVID and the need to postpone and pivot to a virtual event. Despite these modifications, members enjoyed joining via Zoom and hearing from an incredible slate of national, local and regional presenters. We were pleased to also have received approval from the State Bar of Georgia for participants to earn six hours of CLE credits. This was a first for our organization, and we hope to continue to offer this value-added opportunity to attorneys as well as members of other professions in need of CEUs.
2021 Call for Abstracts
We now are accepting abstracts for the seventh annual Georgia Brownfield Seminar, slated to take place Tuesday, June 22 and Wednesday, June 23, 2021. Given the tremendous success and response to last year’s virtual event, as well continued COVID-19 concerns, we will once again hold the Brownfield Seminar virtually, and are requesting abstracts and proposals for presentations to be submitted. Abstracts are due Feb. 19, 2021 and can be submitted via email to Jennifer Jezyk at Jennifer@HLStrategy.com.
This seminar will provide quality education opportunities with a wide range of participants, including leading development, legal, engineering, risk management, economic development, and other professionals throughout Georgia and beyond with a shared interest in cleaning and redeveloping contaminated properties and revitalizing surrounding areas around the state.