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Credere is a women-owned business that specializes in redevelopment planning, engineering, hydrogeology, and environmental sciences. Credere’s goal is to provide services that positively impact the community, the economy, and the environment using Smart Growth principles. Credere has extensive experience in completing long-term, sustainable Brownfields Programs including planning, environmental assessment, remediation and redevelopment engineering in support of development and redevelopment projects.
By Rip Patten, PE, LSP, LEED-AP Credere Associates has worked with many communities and regional planning commissions in developing and executing local and regional Brownfields Redevelopment programs. We specialize in both public funded (mostly through EPA Brownfields grant funding) and private funded Brownfields redevelopment projects. The Credere Brownfields Blog is a collection of thoughts and ideas generated during our daily practice of Brownfields redevelopment. Its target audience is staff implementing Brownfields programs, other Brownfields Professionals, and state and local regulators. We are always open to questions, comments and other opinions as well as ideas for future blogs.
Please feel free to comment directly on the blog or e-mail Rip Patten with your ideas at. Receiving a $200,000 EPA Brownfields Assessment grant is a tremendous opportunity to redevelop old abandoned sites in your community or region and also to create needed jobs, increase your local tax base and create more greenspace. However, despite this awesome opportunity, some Brownfields programs fail to achieve the kind of success and/or program momentum that they should. In our opinion, the lack of overall programmatic success comes from two common dilemmas that occur. Chertezhi samoleta h 14a. • DILEMMA #1 - There are excellent sites in the region that would fit well with the program, yet site owners are unwilling to participate, and • DILEMMA #2 – Many sites get entered into the program and assessed, but no redevelopment actually happens. I want to focus this blog on the first dilemma.
(Please see my next blog for addressing the second dilemma, coming soon). The idea for this blog came from a question we received from a potential client after an interview regarding the implementation of a regional Brownfields Program.
I feel that the question posed accurately characterizes the dilemma. Question: In our region, our experience has been that there are plenty of Brownfield sites, but not too many candidate sites – meaning that for one reason or another, our inventory contains a number of sites that did not appear to be “ripe” for assessment. One of the chief barriers was in finding property owners who were willing to be a part of the assessment program. What would be your approach to solving this problem? To us, solving this problem relies very heavily on developing a thorough inventory of sites that you have for the region (or municipality). A thorough inventory is a very powerful tool and can be used to guide the planning commission in obtaining “willing” owners and thus, candidate sites.