EnvironmentBrownfield Redevelopment

Cleaning up and reinvesting in brownfield properties can increase local tax bases, facilitate job growth, utilize existing infrastructure, and improve and protect the environment. From preliminary evaluation through funding, clean-up and future land use, B&N offers a wide range of services for brownfield redevelopment.


Brian Yates, PE May 21, 2018

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Agency Dedicates $20 Million to Clean Up Abandoned Gas Stations

The Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) has dedicated $20 million of left-over Clean Ohio Funds to be used for abandoned gas stations. Often located in key development areas, this funding is an opportunity to clean up and revitalize these unwanted properties.

Ohio EPA Presents B&N Employees with Award for Brownfield Redevelopment

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently presented two Burgess & Niple (B&N) employees with an Outstanding Achievement Award for Brownfield Redevelopment.

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