Thursday, October 14, 2010
From my colleagues at UGA's Fanning Institute:
Brownfields Redevelopment in Georgia
Keeping Projects Moving Forward in an Uncertain Economy
October 26, 2010
11:00am - 12:30pm
Register at: http://www.fanning.uga.edu/work/brownfields/brownfields_webinar.html
Join the Georgia Chapter of the National Brownfields Association and the University of Georgia’s Fanning Institute as we engage professionals from the finance, consulting, regulatory and development sectors in an interactive discussion of current brownfields projects and new ideas to promote the development of challenging properties. Our expert panel includes:
· Darahyl Dennis, Chapter President, Georgia Chapter of the National Brownfields Association
· Alex Cleary, Georgia EPD
· Dan Grogan, MacTec
· Madeleine Kellam, Georgia EPD
· Matt Robbins, US EPA
· Gerald Pouncey, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
· Mark Smith, Georgia EPD
· Charles Whatley, Atlanta Development Authority
· Bill Bryant, Georgia Power
· Courtney Tobin, Fanning Institute
This would probably be great for anyone working on brownfields.
Jamie Baker Roskie
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