SCS Engineers Experts to Present at CCIM Webinar on Resolving Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions

October 8, 2021

Complimentary Registration for CCIM Institute Members and Non-members

San Diego, CA — SCS Engineers today announced that three of the company’s experts are presenting at a CCIM webinar on overcoming environmental challenges in real estate transactions.

The webinar, hosted by the San Diego chapter of CCIM, will cover the following topics important for brokers and agents to understand:

  • Information on $500M in grant funding for Brownfields sites in California;
  • Tools, strategies, and advice to address common environmental issues in real estate transactions, including environmental insurance;
  • The most recent information on controversial new guidance for “vapor intrusion” and what it means for deals, loans, and possible regulatory oversight;
  • Asbestos rules and regulations for tenant improvement and adaptive reuse projects, including City and County requirements, and buyers who specialize and target “environmental” sites and deals.

Strategies to Resolve Environmental Issues in Your Real Estate Transaction” will be presented on Wednesday, October 20th, from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time through Zoom. The panel of experts includes:

  • Dan Johnson, Vice President, SCS Engineers;
  • Greg Schilz, Executive Vice President, Environmental Practice Leader, CAC Specialty;
  • Cris Ramirez, CAC, Senior Project Advisor, SCS Engineers; and
  • Alissa Barrow, PE, Project Manager, SCS Engineers.

Registration is complimentary for CCIM members and non-members through the following link: https://ccim.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HU4wA0c6TxiULuKrngdzlA. Webinar attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in this interactive online platform.

SCS Engineers’ environmental solutions and technology directly result from our experience and dedication to industries responsible for safeguarding the environment as they deliver services and products. For information about our Brownfields Teams in your EPA region, contact .

The CCIM Institute, in conjunction with more than 50 chapters across the globe, provides Certified Commercial Investor Members with advanced commercial real estate professional certifications.