Navy Perspective on BRAC Sites Impacted by PFOA/PFOS – Former NAS Brunswick Case Study
Longfellow Room, Lower Level
Hear from the Navy Program Management Office on how they have dealt with PFOA/PFOS contamination at BRAC sites and the challenges associated with addressing these issues without established EPA standards. Speakers will highlight sites where the Navy has worked with LRAs to develop workable solutions and explore what is needed for all stakeholders to come to agreement. The session will feature a case study of the PFOA/PFOS issues at former Naval Air Station Brunswick, Maine, including impacts to redevelopment, the process employed to address these issues and the solution that is now being implemented.
Introduction: Mike Cooper, ADC Past President and Chairman, Oklahoma Strategic Military Planning Commission
Moderator: Steve Levesque, Executive Director, Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority and Director, ADC Board
- Iver McLeod, Project Manager, Maine Department of Environmental Protection
- Greg Preston, Director, BRAC PMO East, Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Mega Parks, Logistics Centers, Technology Campuses – Innovative Reuse and Marketing of Industrial BRAC Sites
Rines A, Main Level
Rural and industrial bases, including former depots, supply centers and ammunition plants, have a unique set of challenges that must be addressed for successful reuse. This session will highlight the difficulties, approaches and successes associated with the redevelopment of rural and industrial installations. Panelists will address innovative and adaptive reuse of facilities, the use of natural resources as a facility amenity and marketing asset, infrastructure upgrades and essential requirements to support anchor tenants, and approaches to attract corporations to rural locations.
Moderator: Dan Schnepf, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Matrix Design Group, Inc.
- Russell DeSalvo, President and CEO, PuebloPlex, and Director, ADC Board
- Mike Monteleone, Senior Vice President, Oasis Consulting Services
- Scott Norton, Executive Director/CEO, TexAmericas Center