Sustainable Development & Land Recycling | Hawaii Brownfield Redevelopment Forum #7

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A practical and interactive workshop, the Hawai'i Brownfields Forum provides property owners with the tools, techniques, and resources required to bring redevelopment projects in on-time and on-budget.

This event is currently full. However you can register now and get added to a wait list. Those on the waitlist will be contacted and offered any seats that become available if registration is reopened, or if seats become available due to cancellations. Alternatively, you may register to participate in the workshop by live-stream online.  

 
CLICK HERE to sign-up to participate by live-stream, if you cannot attend this workshop in person. Please contact Jordan Nakayama (808)586-4249; Jordan.Nakayama@doh.hawaii.gov with any questions regarding the broadcast.
 
The City and County of Honolulu, the State of Hawaii and the Center for Creative Land Recycling invite you to workshop where you can learn the process of reusing vacant, abandoned, blighted, and contaminated properties to support Transit Oriented Development (TOD). This workshop is designed for community members in private, nonprofit and local government sector, particularly residents and property owners surrounding proposed light rail stations. CLICK HERE to view the agenda

The workshop will be held at the Blaisdell Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. Seasoned professionals will address TOD and brownfield redevelopment tools and resources. Presenters include expert representatives from:
  • U.S. EPA
  • City & County of Honolulu - Transit Oriented Development
  • Hawaii Department of Health
  • Center for Creative Land Recycling

Who Should Attend?

  • Property Owners
  • Project Managers (public, private, and nonprofit)
  • City Planners
  • Construction Managers
  • Redevelopment Managers
  • Environmental Attorneys
  • Practitioners engaged in the acquisition, funding, and development of properties

Curriculum:

  • Transit Oriented Development in the U.S. and the Honolulu Rail Transit Project (HRTP)
  • Honolulu Transit Oriented Development Program
  • Honolulu City & County Brownfield Assessment Grant
  • Hawaii Department of Health Brownfields Inventory
  • Brownfields Cleanup - Phase I and Phase II
  • Case Studies

Fees:

This workshop is free of charge. 

Transportation & Parking:

The Blaisdel is accessable by several bus routes (1, 1L, 2, 2L, 3, 9, 40, 52, 53, 62, A, C & E).  CLICK HERE to view a map of available public transit. Parking will be available for $6 at the Blaisdell.

*Note: The workshop runs from 8:30am until 3pm, however there is an optional additonal session that will continue until 4pm.

 

 

When
September 22nd, 2015 8:30 AM   through   3:00 PM
Location
Neal Blaisdell Center | Pikake Meeting Room
777 Ward Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96814
United States

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Contact
Phone: 415-398-1080  ext. 100
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