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Brownfield Redevelopment

Partner offers a full suite of brownfield remediation and redevelopment services. Partner’s professionals have been at the forefront of adaptive reuse projects long before the term “brownfields” was conceived. Our experience in both environmental consulting and land development / redevelopment gives us a unique perspective on the challenges of remediating and redeveloping brownfield sites.

We approach brownfield redevelopment projects from three directions: environmental, engineering, and financial. Our professionals bring a creative yet practical approach while looking at each project in terms of time, cost, and feasibility. Using this approach provides our clients with innovative and realistic options for achieving their redevelopment objectives.

What's Involved

Our multi-disciplinary brownfield redevelopment services include:

  • Financing assistance and applications – state and federal brownfield grants, loans, and other funding sources
  • Eligibility analysis
  • Brownfield redevelopment work plans
  • AAI and BFPP Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
  • Continuing obligations consulting
  • Soil, soil-gas, and groundwater investigations
  • Remedial Action Plans, design and implementation
  • Institutional / engineering controls, activity and use limitations, long-term stewardship
  • Regulatory interaction and approvals
  • Community outreach and public involvement
  • Brownfield program management

With our full complement of services, Partner can assist public and private entities with all stages of brownfield redevelopment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The biggest challenge is uncertainty about the level of contamination, which can be expensive to assess and clean. Other challenges include potential liability for cleanup costs, zoning restrictions, and community concerns about the project.

Communities can get involved in brownfield redevelopment by participating in planning processes, providing input on redevelopment plans, supporting cleanup efforts, advocating for funding and incentives, and engaging in public-private partnerships to revitalize brownfield sites. Collaborative efforts among stakeholders are key to successful brownfield redevelopment.

Yes, there are various financial incentives available for brownfield redevelopment, including grants, loans, tax credits, and other financial assistance programs offered by federal, state, and local governments, as well as private organizations and nonprofits. These incentives help offset the costs of cleanup and encourage investment in brownfield properties.

The steps involved in brownfield redevelopment typically include:
Site assessment: Conducting environmental assessments to evaluate contamination and risks.

Cleanup planning: Developing cleanup plans and strategies to address contamination and meet regulatory requirements.
Cleanup and remediation: Implementing cleanup activities, such as soil and groundwater remediation, to remove or mitigate contamination.
Redevelopment planning: Planning and designing redevelopment projects to meet community needs and objectives.
Financing and incentives: Securing funding, grants, tax incentives, and other financial resources to support cleanup and redevelopment efforts.
Community engagement: Engaging stakeholders, including residents, businesses, and local government, throughout the redevelopment process.

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