Workshops

We regularly offer workshops, conferences, and webinars on various topics related to brownfield redevelopment. Check below for our list of upcoming events. Don't see an upcoming event in your area? Contact us about our custom training program. Some of our most popular events include:


  • Brownfields 101: A full-day workshop that covers the range of specialized knowledge and skills needed to bring brownfields projects in on-time and on-budget. We find local experts in redevelopment to share their stories and knowledge, giving you the tools you need for your own projects.
  • Meet the Funders: A half-day workshop bringing in state, federal, and nonprofit agencies with funding for redevelopment to discuss their programs. This workshop provides a great opportunity to ask questions directly to the agency representatives, and is often a great fit for rural or small communities
  • Custom Trainings: The workshop curriculum, tailored to meet your organization's specific needs, covers site assessment, environmental cleanup and remediation, negotiation, and risk management.

Upcoming Workshops

Thursday, February 22, 2018

CEQA abuse, lawsuits, and the housing crisis – oh my! Join CCLR for a lively small group conversation with Jennifer Hernandez, partner with Holland and Knight and chair of the firm’s West Coast Land Use and Environmental Practice.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Opportunity Zones provide a critical economic tool to cities interested in brownfields redevelopment. Join local government leaders nationwide on a webinar describing how communities can take advantage of the new tax law to spur economic investment in low-income communities.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Join CCLR for a relaxed Sunday afternoon ride in Alameda! We'll bike across the island and stop at three unique redevelopment sites for a tour and presentation from each developer.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Join us for a unique day and a half Summit that convenes public and private sector leaders and learners. Participate in technical sessions and innovative panels that offer information and connections to stay competitive in a changing redevelopment landscape.