Compliance Requirements, Construction Projects and Crisis Management

Please join Shipman & Goodwin’s Environmental and Construction attorneys for an informative program regarding the most pressing environmental issues facing public schools today. This seminar will address the following:

  • A deserted modern school building during day timeEnvironmental requirements for public schools
  • Environmental issues in construction, renovation & demolition projects
  • Renewable energy/green building
  • Handling crises – mold, asbestos, lead, PCBs, indoor air, and other hazardous building materials
  • The process – engaging consultants, protecting the attorney-client privilege and strategic reporting
  • Performance of the remediation
  • Best practices for contracting and dispute avoidance

This program is intended for Superintendents, Business Managers and Facilities personnel.

Seating is limited and registration will close when we reach maximum capacity for the event space. Please contact us in advance if you are registering more than 4 attendees from your district.

We look forward to seeing you at this complimentary seminar for our public and charter school clients.

When: May 3, 2017 7:30 AM – 10:00 AM EDT
Where: Shipman & Goodwin Hartford Office, One Constitution Plaza, Hartford, CT 06103
Speakers:  Andrew Davis, Matthew Ranelli, Aaron Levy, Laurann Asklof, Christine Chipman
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Photo of Andrew N. Davis, Ph.D. Andrew N. Davis, Ph.D.

Andrew Davis, Ph.D., is a partner in the firm’s Environmental Practice Group. He counsels clients in transactional, permitting, compliance and enforcement matters under federal and state health and safety, hazardous waste, air and water pollution, site development and property transfer laws.

Photo of Aaron D. Levy Aaron D. Levy

Aaron Levy is a partner in the firm’s Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use Practice Group.  Aaron’s practice involves providing environmental regulatory compliance and transactional due diligence and business counseling with respect to a wide range of federal and state environmental, health and…

Aaron Levy is a partner in the firm’s Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use Practice Group.  Aaron’s practice involves providing environmental regulatory compliance and transactional due diligence and business counseling with respect to a wide range of federal and state environmental, health and safety laws. Aaron regularly counsels public entities regarding compliance with remediation requirements under federal and state laws, as well as the abatement of hazardous building materials (e.g., asbestos, lead, PCBs).

Photo of Matthew Ranelli Matthew Ranelli

Matthew Ranelli’s practice includes environmental, energy and land use law. Matt represents schools, municipalities, developers and other end-users regarding clean energy projects, green building standards, energy conservation and efficiency projects, energy savings performance contracts, electric and natural gas purchasing, and managing energy options.

Photo of Laurann Asklof Laurann Asklof

Laurann Asklof practices in the area of construction litigation, representing colleges, universities, public schools and independent schools in various construction projects. She has experience in the drafting and negotiating of construction contracts and the bid process. Laurann is the principal litigator for a…

Laurann Asklof practices in the area of construction litigation, representing colleges, universities, public schools and independent schools in various construction projects. She has experience in the drafting and negotiating of construction contracts and the bid process. Laurann is the principal litigator for a national University’s construction infrastructure programs, acting as its Lead Counsel and primary construction litigator.

Photo of Christine L. Chipman Christine L. Chipman

Christine assists owners, developers, contractors and design professionals with construction-related contracting and procurement matters. She provides guidance to public and quasi-public owners, such as public school districts and universities, in connection with bidding/procurement practices, including statutory and regulatory compliance and bonding and insurance requirements.