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Who We Are

At the Colorado Brownfields Partnership, we know the value of brownfield properties, but we also recognize that embarking on a brownfield project can be intimidating for local governments and property owners. The cost and time of cleanup can be extensive, and the political will and leadership capacity isn’t always in place to see a project through.
Our goal at the Colorado Brownfields Partnership is to help Colorado communities revitalize brownfields sites as a way of tapping into economic potential. We offer free support and guidance in planning assistance, capacity building, education, and financial help to spur this revitalization.

Partners

The Colorado Brownfields Partnership is a state-wide collaboration between Community Builders, Development Research Partners, and the Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE).

Community Builders Community Builders is a non-profit organization based in Glenwood Springs that works to inform, enable and inspire local leaders with the resources and capacity they need to build strong, prosperous, and livable communities. Community Builders serves as the primary outreach organization for the Colorado Brownfields Partnership. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Development Research Partners Community Builders Development Research Development Research Partners offers professional economic, real estate research and transactional support out of Littleton, Colorado. They serve as technical advisers within the Partnership, and provide studies, analysis, and in-depth knowledge to help communities strategically reach their goals. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Development Research Partners Community Builders CDPHE The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment founded the Colorado Brownfields Partnership in 1994 to provide resources to facilitate brownfield site cleanups in Colorado. The CDPHE contributes the financial assistance to the Partnership, and executes the application and reviewing process for the program. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Development Research Partners Community Builders

About Danielle

Danielle is a Project Manager with Community Builders and leads Colorado Brownfields Partnership in on the ground assistance and financial resources. She leads on-call customer service for individuals wanting to learn and access the Program’s resources.
 
Danielle has a strategic focus in real estate and economic development and is uniquely qualified to deliver strategies and best practices for implementation. In addition, she has worked across private, public, and nonprofit sectors, making her skills versatile and able to address complex issues across diverse groups.

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