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redevelop

To rebuild after substantial demolition of the old structure.

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Covered risks: Brownfields redevelopers, commercial property developers/managers, environmental engineers/testing labs, financial institutions, general manufacturers/distributors, hazardous waste/ materials transporters, landfills, mold remediation contractors, municipalities, non-environmental contractors, other remediation/abatement contractors, commercial property developers/managers, tank farms, chemical plants, clean-up cost cap, military-base realignment, reits, global risks, lead and asbestos, mining and reclamation, closure/post closure, agriculture, aquaculture, nuclear related risks, water district municipalities, hospitals.
Post-storm, the RPC is joined by the statewide Louisiana Brownfields Association, which together now work on outreach and on partnering interested redevelopers with available properties.
Modern building codes present another challenge for redevelopers.
State brownfield legislation that protects redevelopers from litigation and provides tax incentives has spurred economic growth in these sites across the country.
The Percent for Art Program requires redevelopers who build on land acquired from and assembled by the PRA to budget at least one percent of the total building construction costs toward the commissioning of original public art, now inclusive of public art programming.
In addition, provide an interface between municipal officials and departments, local/state/federal government agencies, redevelopers, other stakeholders and the public and provide effective and timely communication between all parties.
The designation paves the way for Somerset to enter into an official Redevelopers Agreement with the Township pursuant to a 2012 resolution designating the property in need of redevelopment.
Other pollution risks accepted: Non-environmental contractors, mold remediation contractors, other remediation/abatement contractors, crime trauma scene decontamination contractors, environmental engineers/testing labs, financial institutions, hazardous waste/materials transporters, landfills, general manufacturers/distributors, municipalities, "brownfields" redevelopers, commercial property developers/managers, truckers, storage tank owners.
For one thing, you would not have expected a narrow alleyway like this to have escaped the redevelopers.
5 million by one of the country's largest owners - and redevelopers - of shopping malls.
At the local and regulatory level, monetary rewards are doled out to brownfield redevelopers in general, but brightfields attract even more dollars--tax incentives and DOE grants--as a source of sustainable energy.
Like Pease, the Bergstrom property was transferred to commercial redevelopers through a long-term lease and lacks a definite cleanup schedule.