EBJ Vol XXIII No 03: Remediation & Redevelopment
Remediation Overview: The remediation market was flat in 2009, as federal projects and backlog held off the downturn for a number of remediation contractors. Projects and practices are turning green with growing consciousness regarding energy costs and sustainability in the market. Struggling brownfields redevelopment markets seek connection with economic stimulus priorities.
Table of Contents
01.A history of energy- and emissions-intensive remediation has paved the way for sustainable remediation practices.pg 3-5
02.Recovery in property markets still seen as a long way off, but brownfield redevelopment could lead the charge and benefit from being in residential, commercial and industrial markets. Renewable energy project developers eye sites.pg 5-8
03.Restoration leads to Revitalization as communities endure the recession.pg 8-11
04.Federal Market Review: New programs like MMRP and new vehicles like ERS, EMAC and MEGA dot the landscape, not to mention the ARRA.pg 11-13
05.Company Profiles: ARS, Stantec, Delta and ERF.pg 14-19
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