Grant Writing & Management
A Brownfield site is defined as real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of hazardous substances, pollutants, contaminants, controlled substances, petroleum, or petroleum products, or is mine-scarred land.
Grants are available through state and federal programs to address the redevelopment and reuse of Brownfield properties. These grants are not just available to local governments. Redevelopment authorities, nonprofit organizations, private land developers, and private companies are also eligible when redeveloping vacant industrial or commercial sites.
AMO has an expert Grants Writing and Management Team to assist in accessing these funding sources for myriad of site redevelopment and environmental assessment and remediation projects. Many of the grant funds are geared towards brownfields redevelopment.
Activities that may be funded through these programs include, but are not limited to:
- Environmental Assessments
- Environmental Cleanups
- Site Design/Planning
- Site Clearing/Demolition
- Infrastructure Design
- Infrastructure Construction
Available funding varies from up to $200,000 for environmental assessment, to $1 million for remediation and infrastructure design and construction.
Since 2006, AMO Personnel have directly leveraged or assisted in leveraging over $14 million in grant funding for clients. This work includes managing the grant funds after they have been awarded to ensure compliance. Many of the projects we have worked on have received several grants to carry a project site from the initial assessment phase to cleanup and redevelopment.
Contact Greg Firely of AMO to see how we can leverage our experience with grant assistance to help you improve your brownfields.