Green Design: Brownfield Redevelopment (RV-10183)
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 the US alone. These properties are sited in every metropolitan city in the U.S. as well as in rural America creating major urban infill opportunities. This 2-hour interactive online course gives you a better understanding of what brownfield is, where it came from, where it still exists and with the help of USGBC and LEED, the multitude of Federal, State and local initiatives that surround brownfield redevelopment.
Remediation / Brownfields
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
At the conclusion of this course you will be able to:
•Recall how brownfields were created
•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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