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      November 19, 2019

      Tuesday   8:30 AM

      8629 J M Keynes Drive
      Charlotte, North Carolina 28262

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      Charlotte, NC Due Diligence at Dawn

      Join us for Due Diligence at Dawn at The Hilton Charlotte University Place to hear about the pulse of the Phase I market, how vapor migration is being evaluated using ASTM E2600, practical information for managing PFAS, and a review of upcoming changes to ASTM E1527.  There is a $50 registration fee. After the event, EDR will donate a portion of the proceeds to a local school through DonorsChoose.org. Check out our giving page to see the projects we have funded, as well as projects that future donations will fund. 7:30-8:30 am     Continental Breakfast & Nametag Pickup 8:30-8:45 am     Welcome and Introduction 8:45-9:15 am     NAVIGATING THE CREST OF THE RECOVERY:                            What You Can Expect in 2020 Presented by Dianne Crocker, Principal Analyst, EDR Insight  The last two years have been strong ones for the commercial real estate market—and by extension, for the U.S. Phase I ESA market. Market fundamentals in 2019 are still strong, but mid-year market barometers paint a picture of slowing growth. Speaker Dianne Crocker will drill down into the year-to-date stats from the ScoreKeeper model to take the pulse of the U.S. Phase I ESA market and highlight how the hot spots for CRE investment are driving the fastest-growing markets for environmental due diligence over the near-term.   9:15-10:00 am    VAPOR MIGRATION IN THE PHASE I ESA:                             Lessons Learned from Recent Case Studies Presented by Anthony Buonicore, P.E., Principal, Buonicore Group Learn how vapor migration risk is being evaluated using ASTM E2600 during this in-depth review of topical case studies drawn from Phase I ESAs. ASTM E2600 criteria will be reviewed and used as the basis for decision-making in each case study. Join us for this interactive session and walk away armed with valuable “lessons learned” from real-life examples.   10:00-10:30 am    Networking Break   10:30-11:30 am    PFAS AND DUE DILIGENCE:                              Practical Information for Managing This Emerging Risk  Emerging information on the dangers of Polyfluoroalkyl Substances, or PFAS, is creating confusion and concern across the environmental industry. Many states have put new guidelines and regulations in place for managing PFAS risks, and the U.S. EPA will likely act soon. In today’s uncertain regulatory environment, what do environmental due diligence professionals need to be aware of to prevent liability for themselves and their clients? At this track, leading experts will share the practical information you need to identify and manage PFAS risks during property due diligence during this interim period as the regulations catch up with the science. Presented by: Grady L. Shields, Attorney, Wyrick Robbins Zachary C. Parker, Regional Manager, Environmental, FROEHLING & ROBERTSON, Inc. Norm Farmer, PFAS Program Director, SGS North America EHS   11:30 am-Noon  UPCOMING CHANGES TO ASTM E1527:                            A Sneak Peek at Proposed Areas of Revision Presented by Andrew C. Bailey, R.E.M., Co-Founder and President, ECA Risk Management The ASTM Phase I ESA Task Group is in the final stages of revising the E1527 standard. Get a leg up on the potential areas of revision during this timely track when a current task group member summarizes the latest discussions.  Noon-1:00 pm    Lunch & Learn Presentation Stay for lunch and learn about the latest innovations from EDR

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