On February 16, 2010, Cohen Seglias partner Lane F. Kelman will present a program to The Environmental Information Association’s Mid-Atlantic Chapter on the interrelationship between the current trends in Green Building, the environmental industry, and building development. Mr. Kelman will discuss topics covering all phases of construction. Specifically, he will address Brownfield Redevelopment as it relates to construction site selection. He will also discuss LEED credits for the use of low emitting materials, indoor chemical & pollutant source control, indoor air quality management planning, LEED pilot credits related to hazardous materials and the effect of hazardous material remediation on LEED building reuse credits. Finally, Mr. Kelman will provide an overview of potential areas of liability in green building.
If you are an owner, contractor or design professional concerned with the effect of hazardous materials on construction projects, this presentation will show you how to remediate and/or limit the use of such materials while simultaneously achieving LEED credits and limiting potential liability.
For questions, please contact Lane F. Kelman at (215) 564-1700 or email@example.com.
Please check back soon for a post-event recap.