Brownfields 2011: Sustainable Communities Start Here14 February 2011
Philadelphia, PA -- April 3-5, 2011
The National Brownfields Conference is the largest, most comprehensive conference focused on cleaning up and redeveloping abandoned, underutilized, and potentially contaminated properties in the nation. There is no better deal in the redevelopment marketplace than Brownfields 2011. Why? Because registration is free, and by signing up you gain access to more than 100 educational and learning opportunities, outstanding plenary sessions, 200 exhibitors, scores of networking events, special training sessions, film screenings, book signings, and much, much more.
Who will attend Brownfields 2011?
- Federal, state and local government leaders
- Real estate developers and investors
- Civil engineers, planners and public works officials
- Community development organizations
- Academic administrators and students
- Econcomic development officials
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Educational Program for Brownfields 2011 Announced! 4 January 2011
The 14th National Brownfields Conference features two and a half days of networking and educational programming. This year the conference features more than 100 educational sessions, including lively panel discussions, engaging town hall meetings, dynamic roundtables, outstanding plenary sessions, special trainings, film screenings, book signings and more! Sessions are still being added so be sure to check the program from time-to-time!
Brownfields 2011 Launches the Economic Redevelopment Forum 8 December 2010
Brownfields 2011 will feature a redesigned Brownfield Transaction Forum that will focus on state and municipal financial incentives for the economic redevelopment of brownfields.
Mobile Workshop Registration Now Available 4 January 2011
The 2011 Brownfields Conference will provide several opportunities to view local redevelopment sites through the featured mobile workshops. These unique tours include transportation to outstanding redevelopment sites throughout the Greater Philadelphia area. Registration is required for all mobile workshops.
For housing and travel information please use onPeak, the official housing partner associated with Brownfields 2011 -- click here for more information.
Posted by DVRPC Regional Student Forum on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 |
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