Oklahoma Brownfields Conference 2018
September 26-28, 2018 | Skirvin Hilton Hotel Oklahoma City |
1 Park Ave | Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Rethink • Reinvest • Reinvent:
The Oklahoma Brownfields Conference 2018 brings realtors, developers, attorneys, architects, remediation specialists, engineers and government agencies together to hear from industry leaders about how Brownfields shape the social, economic, and environmental fabric of a community.

This event, known for setting standards nationwide, has become an exciting time for public and private partners to share ideas and accomplishments from across the region.
Some of the topics that will be highlighted at this year’s conference are:
• Brownfields & Superfund
• Determining Liability
• Senior Housing and Historical Redevelopment
• Historic Main St. Brownfields
• Vapor Intrusion
• Brownfield Sites as a Community Center
This year’s conference will be held September 26-28 at the historic Skirvin Hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and is hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and sponsored by public and private partners.
Speaker Companies – Affiliations:
Alembic Community Development
BBJ GROUP|An Environmental Consultancy
Brownfield Listings, LLC
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Central Oklahoma Workforce Development Board
City of Conway, AR
City of Miami, OK
City of Oklahoma City
City of Pittsburg, KS
Cornerstone Development
Earth and Water Law Group
Economic Development Administration
Elemental Coffee
Environmental Works
Freese and Nichols, Inc
GSI Environmental
Habitat Metro, LLC
Iowa Brownfield Redevelopment Program
Marathon Oil Company
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
The Nature Conservancy
NE Development
New Mexico Environment Department
Oklahoma Corporation Commission
Pivot Project
Ramboll Environmental
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center
San Antonio Conservation Society
SCS Engineers
Seventy Five North Revitalization Corp., A Purpose Built Community
Sherwood Design Engineers
Sofola & Associates, Inc.
Sustainable Strategies DC
Thlopthlocco Tribal Town
Wasatch Environmental