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Webinar: Measuring and Negotiating Environmental Risk

6/14/2017 11:00am12:00pm
Robert L. Hines

Buzz Hines, Speaker, Measuring and Negotiating Environmental Risk

Expected remediation costs relative to potential property value, combined with a wide range of environmental risks, determine whether a site is redeveloped or mothballed. A panel of experts will illustrate methods to evaluate costs of environmental risks to help negotiate transactions, options to contain and manage remediation cost risks, and strategies for managing regulatory risks to accelerate  redevelopment. Join us and local government audience members for a lively discussion illustrated with case studies of tools for measuring and negotiating environmental risks.

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