Category: Record of Site Condition
What Is Brownfield Redevelopment and How Can it Lead to Investment Opportunities?
When it comes to redevelopment, brownfield properties can lead to significant investment opportunities. The term ‘brownfield(s)’ refers to a former commercial or industrial site that is contaminated. While urban areas remain filled with empty buildings and abandoned land, there is always a rising demand for available commercial and industrial properties. This has created a growing...
Read More
Understanding A CSM – Finding Data Gaps
When preparing a Record of Site Condition under O.Reg. 153/04, the investigative team must create a conceptual site model, or a CSM. The CSM clearly articulates the project team’s (including Qualified Person, project engineers, field scientists, and others) understanding of the site’s environmental system framework, impacts and associated potential risks.   One aspect of the...
Read More