BAD Buildings Webinars Announced

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BAD Buildings Program Webinar Schedule

The NBAC is hosting a series of webinars to discuss its new BAD Buildings Program, review the current Request for Proposals, and talk about how to submit a strong application to the program.  Any community organization or local government interested in the program is encouraged to participate.

Tuesday, October 29th, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Wednesday, November 6th, 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Monday, November 11th, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Email Luke.Elser@mail.wvu.edu with your preferred webinar day/time to register!

Visit our BAD Buildings Program website for more details and to download your application.

Brownfields Renewal: West Virginia Conference Pulls in Bright Minds of Tomorrow

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The West Virginia Brownfields Conference was held in Morgantown in mid-September for a legitimate reason: proximity to higher learning. The conference moves to different areas of the state each year. Having the 8th Annual Conference in Morgantown provided local communities, development professionals and service providers ample networking opportunities.
 
“What happens when we have it in Morgantown, we actually get to attract some different university professors we’ve been collaborating with, we’ve had some students come, also we pull some from the Pittsburgh market,” said Patrick Kirby, the director of the Northern Brownfields Assistance Center. “From developers, with the steel towns in the northern part of the state, and the eastern part of the state. As well as some orchards and other former and industrial stuff out there.”
The conference featured a number of topics, including building demolition and environmental threats. Federal Agencies will also discuss upcoming plans, like the new initiatives brought up by the West Virginia Department of Agriculture.
 

Ranson/ Charles Town Receive Phoenix Award at Brownfields 2013

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CharlesTown Ranson 2012 Phoenix Award Group PhotoOn May 16, the Ranson & Charles Town Commerce Corridor Project was honored to receive one of only ten prestigious brownfields 2012 Phoenix Awards at the National Brownfields Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.  The project received the award for EPA Region 3, which includes projects from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.  Also, during the conference, Brownfields 2013 attendees voted and chose the Commerce Corridor Project to receive the People’s Choice Award.  Project team members accepting the award included EPA Region 3 officials, community members, city officials, project developers, and environmental consultants.

Read more about the Commerce Corridor project from their 2012 EPA Region 3 Phoenix Award Fact Sheet and Ranson Renewed website.

Registration Now Open for the BAD Buildings Summit

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Register now for the Northern WV Brownfields Assistance Center’s (NBAC) BAD Buildings Summit on June 12th in Charleston, WV at the Charleston Conference Center & Holiday Inn Hotel.  The Summit will bring together resource providers, funders, technical experts, and practitioners from across West Virginia who are working to address abandoned and dilapidated buildings in our communities. 

Visit our BAD Buildings Program website to learn more about this event, view the agenda, and to register online.

Download Summit event flyer here.