Trihydro’s David Mamrose, Senior Engineer, was selected to participate in a project pitch that won the National Brownfields Training Conference’s Shark Bait award.
During the National Brownfields Training Conference, the Shark Bait
competition allowed communities with brownfield challenges to pitch their property and receive expert feedback, support and recognition. David, with his fellow technical experts and project representatives, helped develop a presentation for a prison redevelopment project in Wagram, NC. The 67-acre abandoned prison site would be transformed into a sustainable farm and education center, employing veterans and disadvantaged youth.
This project was selected by the panel of ‘Sharks’ as the winning project. The project will receive the Shark Bait award, be recognized at the National Conference, and be featured in the Association for Redevelopment’s Renewal and Redevelopment magazine
. Congratulations to all the technical advisors and project representatives for receiving this award. About National Brownfields Training Conference
Starting in 1996, stakeholders came together to form the first National Brownfields Training Conference
where industry experts could gather to discuss clean up and reuse of former industrial sites. Hosted every 2 years, this conference offers workshops, educational sessions, and networking to all levels of brownfields experts.