Herbert Klapperich Freiberg University for Mining & Technology
Linda Garczynski U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
United Engineering Foundation, Inc.
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Sunday, March 19, 2000 14:00 - 16:00 Registration 16:00 OPENING SESSION Moderator: Linda Garczynski Prof. Dr.-Ing. Herbert Klapperich 10 min Freiberg University for Mining and Technology Linda Garczynski, Director 10 min Outreach and Special Projects Staff U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Framework for the Management of Brownfields in Germany Andreas Bieber and Rainer G. Siebert 20 min Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Bonn, Germany Dr. Hans Estermann, Managing Director 20 min Berlin Economic Development Corporation 17:00 COMPARATIVE LIABILITY SCHEMES AND LEGAL STRUCTURES Moderator: Dale Medearis The US Legal Construct: Liability and Innovation Douglas C. MacCourt, Esq. 20 min Ater Wynne, LLP Portland, Oregon Recycling Derelict Land in Germany - A Challenge between Formal-Legal Request and Informal State Administration Practice Bernd Preuss MGG (Montan-Grundstucks-Gesellschaft mbH) Essen, Germany 20 min Discussion 20 min 18:00 Conference Dinner 19:30 Reception and Art Exhibition "World Visions and Double Shapes" by Mary-Lou Introduction by Hans Peter Noll Monday, March 20, 2000 07:30 - 08:45 Breakfast 09:00 WELCOMING SESSION Moderator: Bill Librizzi Mayor Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson" (invited) 15 min Salt Lake City Dr. Hans Estermann 5 min State of Berlin, Germany Max H. Dodson 15 min Assistant Regional Administrator Ecosystem Protection Remediation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region VIII, Denver, Colorado KEYNOTE ADDRESS Brownfields: Success Through Innovation Timothy Fields, Jr. 25 min Assistant Administrator for Solid Waste & Emergency Response U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Alice Larkin Steiner, Executive Director 15 min Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City, Utah 10:15 - 10:30 Coffee Break 10:30 ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF BROWNFIELDS DEVELOPMENT Moderator: Karl Alvarez The Economics of Brownfields 20 min Evan Henry Senior Vice President, Bank of America, Newport Beach, California Schemes for Beneficial Solutions 20 min Hans H. Katte PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Berlin, Germany Economic Effects of Remediation 20 min (Public-Private Partnership in Remediation of Contaminated Sites and Redevelopment of Brownfields in Germany-A Question of Finance) G. Kmoch, Managing Director AAV, Hattingen, Germany 11:30 The Finances of Environmental Insurance Donna Sandidge 15 min Senior Vice President, Marsh Risk Consulting Nashville, Tennessee Public-Private Financing Sources 15 min Charles Bartsch, Senior Policy Analyst Northeast-Midwest Institute Washington, DC The Mechanics of Property Transfer 15 min John Q. Martin U.S. General Services Administration, Washington, DC Financial and Business Strategies of a Real Estate Developer Prof. Dr. Dieter Jacob 15 min Chair of Construction Business Management TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany Discussion 20 min 12:50 Lunch 14:00 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Moderator: Dr. Volker Franzius, Director Umsweltbundesamt (UBA), Germany Innovative Cleanup Strategies Walter W. Kovalick, Jr., Director 20 min Technology Innovation Office U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Mechanics of Assessment David Ostrander, Site Assessment and Brownfields 20 min Unit Leader U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Unit 8 Discussion 20 min 15:00 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: CASE STUDIES Moderator: Dr. Volker Franzius, Director Umsweltbundesamt (UBA), Germany Technology for Brownfields Redevelopment 20 min Roger Jenkins Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA Research Project FEA: Dr. Ing. Jens Uwe Fischer, 20 min Deutche Bahn AG, Frankfurt/Main, Germany Surface Recycling - A Part of Structural Change in the Ruhr Area Dr. Hans Peter Noll, Managing Director 15 min Montan-Grundstucks-Gesellschaft mbh, Germany Leadville Mining Drainage Tunnel Research Project 15 min Speaker: Brad Littlepage, Supervisor of Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel Bureau of Reclamation Discussion 20 min 17:30 Social Hour 19:00 Dinner Tuesday, March 21, 2000 07:30 - 08:45 Breakfast 09:00 MINING AREAS AND POST-MINING LANDUSE Moderator: Dr. Hans Peter Noll, MGG, Essen, Germany Revitalization and Development of Mining Sites in Central Germany and Lausitz 20 min Dr. Wolfgang Fritz, Managing Director LMBV, Berlin, Germany Land Restoration and Reuse at Former Uranium Mining and Milling Sites in Eastern Germany - Striving for Sustainable Benefits Dr. Manfred Hagen, 20 min Managing Director, Wismut GmbH Chemnitz, Germany The Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project (UMTRA) Frank Bosiljevac 20 min Department of Energy, Albuquerque, NM New Landscape Strategy/Vision for Old Industrial Sites 20 min Peter Drecker Kirchhellen, Germany Discussion 25 min 10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break 11:00 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CASE STUDIES Moderator: Stephanie Wallace Innovative Concepts in Reuse of Brownfields 20 min Christiane Hogrebe DMT-GUC, Essen, Germany; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Herbert Klapperich TU Bergakademie, Freiberg, Germany Modern Engineering Solutions of Brownfields 20 min Georg Herten, Managing Director Naue Fastertechnik, Germany Revitalization in the Context of Social-Economic 20 min Development in Europe Rudolf Pottler and C. Haberl ILF, Innsbruck, Austria Discussion 30 min 12:30 Lunch 14:00 RISK MANAGEMENT AND RISK SHARING Moderator: Peter B. Meyer, University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA Environmental Due Diligence and Risk Transfer Practice in the US Greg M. Barats 20 min AIG Underwriters, Inc., San Francisco, California Securing Liabilities in the German Brownfield Market 20 min Stephen J. Cook AIG Consultants, Lancashire, UK; Dr. Dietrich Mehrhoff, AIG Consultants Holdings, Essen, Germany Institutional Controls 20 min Joe Schilling International City/County Management Association Washington, DC Discussion 30 min 15:30 - 15:45 Coffee Break 15:45 Innovative Approaches to Cleanup and Reuse (Panel) Moderator: Michael B. Taylor, VitaNuova, LLC (Connecticut) Michael Freimuth, City of Bridgeport, Connecticut G. Kmoch Andreas Bieber, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Bonn, Germany Discussion 17:30 Social Hour 18:30 Dinner Wednesday, March 22, 2000 07:30 - 08:45 Breakfast 09:00 COMMUNITY VISION FOR SUSTAINABLE REDEVELOPMENT Moderator: Kathie Atencio Brownfields Redevelopment Incorporating Cultural Uses LeLand Nadeau, Project Manager 20 min Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indian Cooperation and Community Involvement Gary Lord 20 min ISLES Ironton Redevelopment: A Public/Private Partnership James T. Volanski, Manager of Regulatory Compliance, Water and Environmental Affairs US Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 20 min Brent H. Everett, Section Manager for CERCLA, UT DEQ Leland A. Garnette, Economic Development Director Provo City, Utah Urban Planning and Design Niall Kirkwood 15 min Harvard University Discussion 15 min 10:30 - 10:45 Break 11:00 COMMUNITY VISION FOR SUSTAINABLE REDEVELOPMENT - continued Moderator: Kathie Atencio Project Management for Cleanup and Conversion 15 min Dr.-Ing. Hansgeorg Balthaus Managing Director, IVB, Dusseldorf, Germany Success Through Partnerships and Action Orientation: South Platte River Corridor Marc Alston 15 min City and Coutry of Denver Converting Mine and Mill to Housing Carol Russell, Environmental Engineer 15 min U.S. EPA, Region VIII Park City: Building the Future on Top of the Past 15 min Jim Christiansen, Remedial Project Director US EPA Region VIII, Denver, Colorado Discussion 15 min 12:30 Lunch 13:30 SHOWCASE: SALT LAKE CITY AND UTAH Moderator: Alice Steiner, Executive Director, Salt Lake City Redevelopment Authority Historic/Political Perspective Environmental Challenges and Urban Restructuring: Tour Information Discussion 14:00 Excursion Tour of Salt Lake City Gateway Brownfields: Alice Steiner and Kennecott Utah Copper Mine: Jon Callender 18:00 Return to Hotel 19:00 Dinner Thursday, March 23, 2000 07:30 - 09:00 Breakfast and departure
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