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Training – Site Planning & Development

September 5 @ 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
321 M.L.K. Jr. Blvd.
Covington, 41011 United States
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UPDATE: We’ve just learned that we’re approved to offer this training for American Planning Association Continuing Education Credits. If you are or know a planner who is looking for CEU’s this year, let them know about this!

Join us for the second part of our training series where we’ll be discussing Site Planning and Development. Thanks to a generous grant from BB&T, there is no cost to attend this workshop for members; Non-members is only $40. The information will be invaluable to organizations and staff members who work on transforming properties. Parking is available in the empty lot across from the entrance on Fisk St. We’ll see you there!

Breakfast (Lil’s Bagels) and networking 7:30 AM-8:00 AM

Session I: Site Planning and Development 8:00AM-9:15 AM
a) Adam Flege, P.G., Geologist & Project Manager, Civil and Environmental Consultants, Inc.
CEC will present topics on the due diligence process recommended for a successful property development or redevelopment. Due diligence aspects for real estate development can include Site/Civil Engineering, Ecological Assessments, and Environmental Assessments. A description of each stage of the due diligence process and its applicability will be provided and compared to a local case study.
b) Jerry Beaudion, ATC Group Services LLC
Recognizing asbestos and estimating remediation cost
c) Beth Johnson, Urban Conservator, City of Cincinnati
Example of public/private collaboration for a historical project renovation: Hellman Creative Center
Historical preservation process – opportunities and pitfalls

Session II Feasibility Analysis 9:20-10:35 AM
a) Jim Zentmeyer, P.E., VAPCP / Vice President, Civil and Environmental Consultants, Inc.
ULI Technical assistance program
b) Tim Westrich, Developer, The Model Group
Financial strategy when reviewing potential redevelopment for a mixed use or residential site.

Session III Funding Resources 10:40-11:55 AM
a) Dee Martir, Director of Ohio PACE
Overview of advantages, costs, and project eligibility of PACE financing
b) Cindy Taylor, Director, Business Development, ATC Group Services LLC
Environmental remediation funding options in Ohio

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Details

Date: September 5
Time: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm

Venue

Venue Name: Hellmann Creative Center
Address: 321 M.L.K. Jr. Blvd.
Covington, 41011 United States