The 2016 WV Brownfields Awards recognize the hard work and great achievements in brownfields redevelopment from across the state. The awards were presented at the 2016 WV Brownfields Conference in Charleston, WV.
The BAD Buildings Program was created through funding from the Benedum Foundation to help address West Virginia's abandoned and dilapidated buildings by providing technical assistance and site analysis tools.
Unlike many cities where blight is concentrated in specific neighborhoods, Moundsville’s vacant and dilapidated buildings are spread throughout town, according to a study by the Northern West Virginia...[Read More]
FOLLANSBEE — The former Follansbee Steel location has been shuttered for four years, but it’s about to get a whole new look.
The Business Development Corp. of the Northern Panhandle closed on the p...[Read More]
CHESTER — Now that construction has begun on the Rock Springs Business Park, the city of Chester is getting some outside help with what to do with the rest of the riverfront.
About a dozen Chester ...[Read More]
The EPA brownfields assessment and cleanup grants were made available on October 13, 2016. Successful applicants can use the grants to empower communities to prevent, inventory, assess, clean up, and...[Read More]
The Business Development Corporation is accepting letter of interest (LOI) for the Brooke-Hancock-Jefferson Brownfield Assessment Coalition Project for Hazardous Substances and Petroleum. The project ...[Read More]
Communities across the state were recognized for their efforts to repurpose old industrial properties at the 11th annual West Virginia Brownfields Conference, hosted by the West Virginia Brownfields A...[Read More]