EBJ Vol XXIV No 03 & 04: Remediation & Redevelopment

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EBJ's annual analysis of the remediation business features market growth and forecasts by client sectors, trends in market drivers and technology applications, company profiles and features on brownfields and state programs.

Exhibits and data included in this issue are:

  • 2010 Growth in Remediation Companies
  • Application of Remediation Technologies: 1992-2010 in Soil Treatment
  • Ranking of Remediation Client Categories by Growth Prospects for 2011-2012
  • Remediation Bid Win Rates: 2002-2010
  • EBJ Survey Comments: Challenges for Remediation
  • Green Remediation: Comparison of Energy Costs
  • Clients Expecting Remediation Firms to Share More Risk
  • Brownfields Impacts of House Budget
  • Site Characterization Methods
  • RACER Trust Priority Sites
  • State Brownfields and Voluntary Response Programs
  • Ranking of Remediation Market Drivers in 2011
  • Contract Types in U.S. Remediation Projects: 2010

Table of Contents

01.Remediation Industry Overview: The $7.7 billion U.S. remediation market rebounded with 2-3% growth in 2010 from a flat 2009; Growing demand in the private sector should balance government cutbacks in 2011-2013.pg 1-5

02.Beltway Bullets: EBJ's Washington insider Andy Paterson derides the partisan politics pervading the capitol; Energy and environmental policy face an uncertain future.pg 6-7

03.Brownfields market widens in scope to survive collapse in property values to include novel developments in solar farms, transit hubs, innovate retail and others.pg 7-11

04.GM RACER Trust sets up new cleanup program to address 120+ sites with $700 million in assets.pg 12-13

05.State programs suffer budget cuts but try to keep pace with site backlog: Profiles of Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Texas and Ohio.pg 14-19

06.Company Profiles: Weston Solutions finds opportunity in reduced property values; GZA sees demand growing in the private sector; Gannett Fleming not giving up on federal work; Hull & Associates takes a different tack in redevelopment; Columbia Technologies maps the sub-surface; Geotechnology gets the lead out.pg 20-27

 

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