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Green Design: Brownfield Redevelopment

Format On Demand: Online
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Price $99.90
Category Sustainable sites

Brownfield is used to describe land that is abandoned or underused out of concern that the land is contaminated. There are a variety of estimates that claim there are anywhere from 450,000 brownfields to over 5 million acres of abandoned properties throughout


  • Recall how brownfields were created and define the term brownfield
  • Identify the varieties of techniques for brownfield cleanup
  • Recognize what differentiates a major brownfield cleanup with a minor one
  • Identify the government's involvement and regulation in brownfield redevelopment
  • Categorize what is out there from a federal, state and local initiative standpoint to encourage the cleanup of brownfields
  • Define and effectively understand the brownfield redevelopment credit for LEED buildings
  • Use case studies as a guide for insight of existing brownfield sites that have been successful redevelopments
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CE Hours 2.0
AIA/CES (LU) 2.0