A Brownfield Success Story

Par Excellence
A 50-year-old Brownfield with a mountainous pile of steel slag has been remediate and developed into a recreational site that boasts a free golf course for inner-city youth, a championship-quality...

Strategic Teaming and Government Incentives for Successful Brownfield Redevelopments

A Glass Act
The Museum of Glass under construction in Tacoma, Washington, is the centerpiece of a plan to develop brownfield sites on the Thea Foss Waterway. The $57.3-million museum project includes...

Experimental Approach
One of the best kept secrets during World War II, the K-25 facility in the Cumberland Mountains of East Tennessee prepared uranium for use in nuclear weapons. By 1987, the 13 million sq...

The Greening of New Jersey's Brownfields as Viewed by the Department of Environmental Protection

Innovation in Brownfields Site Assessment

Overview of ASTM Proposed Standard Guide to the Process of Sustainable Brownfields Redevelopment

Risk Evaluation in Brownfield Slurry Wall Containments by Contaminant Transport and CalTOX Models

Risk Sharing Mechanisms for Brownfields Redevelopment

Engineering Controls for Risk Reduction at Brownfield Sites

Site Remediation and Brownfields Redevelopment of the Former Koppers Seaboard Site, Kearny, New Jersey

Brass Factory to Regional Mall: A Model Brownfield

Case History of a Successful Brownfields Site in Wichita, Kansas. Part 1: Innovative Approaches to Funding and Liability

Case History of a Successful Brownfields Site in Wichita, Kansas. Part 2: Innovative Approaches to Remediation

Brownfields by the Book
To spur the redevelopment of brownfield properties, many state legislatures have passed laws that allow developers to revitalize contaminated industrial sites without the high risks or...

Brownfields Boom
A brownfield is a leftover, unused industrial land parcel thought to have a prohibitively expensive clean-up required before developing. For years brownfields were battlefields for litigation...

 

 

 

 

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