Pivot With Us: GBA’s 2020 Brownfield Seminar Will Be Virtual – Oct. 6 & 7
GBA is hosting its sixth annual Georgia Brownfield Seminar, providing a forum for discussions about the environmental, financial, regulatory, and community factors that guide brownfield remediation and redevelopment. GBA will bring together information, experience, and research to provide Seminar participants a greater knowledge and ability to help revitalize their community.
- Extended reach – please consider inviting your contacts from all corners of the state (and beyond!) to join us. An online format will allow us to extend our reach and include those who may not typically be able to join in person due to travel restraints. We’ve sold out every year for this event and are excited to be able to accommodate even more participants this year.
- Recorded sessions – we intend to record the sessions and make them available to those who have registered for the program. This means you can revisit information at a later date, and if you have a conflict during one of the sessions you can still access that information.
- Continuing education credits* – this educational program offers an opportunity to earn continuing education credits. *Additional information is pending on continuing education credits and associated processing fees.
- Zoom – we are considering employing the Zoom platform. In addition to the ease of use this allows, we are looking forward to leveraging features such as breakout sessions to provide networking opportunities. Please advise us if that program is NOT accepted by your company.
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.
We are pleased to share our 2020 GBA Brownfield Seminar line-up, to be presented via Zoom on October 6-7, 2020. While we have pivoted to a virtual format, we are excited to offer the same great quality, educational program you have come to expect at this annual event. We’ll be sharing additional details on these presentations and additional presenters – and stay tuned for the announcement of our exciting keynote speakers!
- Creating Value from Surplus Properties through Brownfields Redevelopment – Led by Steven Aufdenkampe, Norfolk Southern Corporation
- Leveraging Georgia’s Regional Commissions for Brownfield Assessment: A Case-study of a Multi-party Brownfield Assessment Coalition Project – Led by Jim Livingston, Executive Director, River Valley Regional Commission
- Incentives for Brownfields Redevelopment: A Success Story with the Florida Brownfields Program – Led by David Latham, P.G., Senior Geologist, Geosyntec Consultants; and Joe Ullo, Esq., P.E., Shareholder, Stearns Weaver Miller
- Collaboration Across Hazardous Waste Programs – Led by Adam Hanley of EPD’s Brownfield Unit and Mike Smilley of EPD’s VRP Unit
- PFAS Issues Related to Brownfields Redevelopment – Led by Charlie Denton, Barnes & Thornburg, LLP
- Addressing the Challenges of Ongoing Owner Obligations for Type 5 Remediation – Led by Anthony J. Nievera, President, Peachtree Environmental, LLC
- Soil Heavy Metal Contamination in West Atlanta – Led by Eri Saikawa, Associate Professor, Emory University
- Status and Effective Use of GaEPD’s New Guidance Documents 2020 Brownfield Seminar Abstract – Led by Steve Ellingson, Vatten Associates
Thank You to our 2020 GBA Brownfield Seminar Sponsors