1999 CPEO Brownfields List Archive

From: Tony Chenhansa <cpeo@cpeo.org>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 1999 14:11:23 -0800 (PST)
Reply: cpeo-brownfields
Subject: [CPEO-BIF] Reminder: Brownfields '99 Conference Registration & Exhibits
Brownfields '99 Conference Information 
Brownfields '99 will take place December 6-8, 1999 at the Adam's Mark Hotel
in Dallas, Texas.

This year’s conference will showcase new approaches that will make it a
stronger and more meaningful experience than ever! For the year that will
lead us into the next century, EPA and its co-sponsors have been listening
to your comments about the format, the sessions, and the speakers. We are
committed to making the event live up to its title: Brownfields ‘99 —
Alliances for 21st Century Livability — Environmental Challenges and

Brownfields ‘99 will continue to provide fascinating discussions,
opportunities for critical networking, and a forum that will help beginners
to veterans make the deals that will change the face of America.
Participation has grown from 500 attendees in Pittsburgh, PA in 1996, to
over 2,000 attendees at Brownfields ‘98 in Los Angeles, CA. Not only has
our size increased, our program’s content has grown as well.

Registration is open, but space is limited. It is requested that all
registrations be made in advance. Conference attendees may register online
using the Online Registration Form
ew or by filling out and returning the hardcopy form  either by U.S. mail
or fax no later than November 9, 1999. Advanced registration is required by
this date in order to be included in the published list of participants.
Registrants should receive written confirmation of registration by November
15, 1999. If you do not receive written confirmation of your advance
registration by this date, please call the Brownfields ‘99 Hotline at

Based on availability, on-site registration will be conducted at the Adam’s
Mark beginning at 9:00 a.m. on December 6, 1999. Conference participants
are requested to check in at the conference registration desk in the Adam’s
Mark Hotel upon arrival.

Conference registration is free; however, two conference events will
include a meal option. Meals can only be reserved with payment, but it is
not necessary to purchase a meal to attend any event. Meals may be
purchased by check or credit card. If paying by credit card, include all
information on the registration form.

Showcase & Exhibits 
Check out the Brownfields'99 Virtual Exhibit Hall!!

The Brownfields ‘99 Showcase and Exhibition Center promises to be the most
active brownfields exhibition ever. The International City/County
Management Association (ICMA), the sponsor of the Exhibition Center,
reports that this year more industry leaders, non-profit organizations,
financiers, municipalities, developers, and community groups are securing
exhibit space than they ever have for previous brownfields conferences.
These organizations recognize the unparalleled opportunity to showcase
their environmental cleanup and redevelopment products, expertise,
properties, and services to thousands of key brownfields decision makers
from across the country.

Confirmed exhibitors thus far include:

AIG Environmental • AMS, Inc. • ARCADIS Geraghty & Miller • Arthur Andersen
• The Brownfields Center • City of Dallas, Texas • City of Houston, Texas •
City of Phoenix, Arizona • Columbia Analytical Services • Concurrent
Technologies Corporation • Consumers Renaissance Development Corporation •
Dougherty Sprague • DynCorp • Ecology and Environment, Inc. • Engineers
Society of Western Pennsylvania • Environmental Alliance for Senior
Involvement •
Environmental Assessment Association • General Services Administration •
GNC Environmental Services • Greenfield International • GZA Environmental •
Hazardous Materials Training Research Institute • Hull and Associates •
Institute for Responsible Management • International City/County Management
Association • Kemper Environmental • LCA Environmental • Local Government
Environmental Assistance Network • Matthew Bender • Maxymillian
Technologies • National Brownfields Association • National Institute of
Environmental Health Sciences • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental
Protection • Phalen Corridor Initiative • Remedial Technologies Network •
SRW Environmental • Terracon • TetraTech • Texas Natural Resource
Conservation Commission • United Capitol Insurance • U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development • U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency • Wendy Lopez and Associates •

Don’t miss this opportunity – Space is filling up quickly! Call the
Brownfields ‘99 Exhibit Headquarters at (703) 425-0392, or visit ICMA’s web
site www.icma.org

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