Managing Environmental Risk

for Property Redevelopment Workshop

Over the last several years, KDHE has seen its involvement in community redevelopment increase as prospective purchasers, tenants, lenders, and local governments seek to revitalize neglected and underutilized properties. Many of these properties suffer from the stigma of environmental contamination, and project stakeholders must have a firm grasp of environmental risks and potential liability before committing the resources necessary for these projects. KDHE has found that many of the same questions and concerns arise during these transactions and has developed a suite of tools to help prospective redevelopers understand, manage, and mitigate these risks.

KDHE periodically hosts the Managing Environmental Risk for Property Redevelopment Workshop in cities across Kansas to help explain these tools and their applicability to redevelopment projects in Kansas. This workshop presents and establishes valuable tools available to local industry and government alike, central to environmental due diligence and the reuse or acquisition of real property, and is aimed at commercial developers, lenders, real estate professionals, environmental consultants, construction managers, economic development and land management authorities, or supporting parties otherwise involved in property acquisition and subsequent abatement or environmental remediation.

Workshop dates and registration information will be posted on this page as workshops are scheduled.

Copies of workshop materials may be downloaded below: