June 4: Naiop New Jersey Seminar Will Focus On Post-sandy Regulatory Climate

Top Quote Panels will discuss NJ DEP and FEMA Actions, and Design and Insurance Factors. End Quote
  • Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon, NJ (1888PressRelease) May 24, 2013 - In the post-Sandy environment, a flood of emergency regulations have been adopted, governing how re-building can proceed. How do these new regulations affect commercial buildings? What do they portend for areas of the state not affected by Sandy? Those questions and more will be answered by panel discussions slated for NAIOP New Jersey's Regulatory Update Seminar. The event is scheduled for June 4, 2013 at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick.

    Panel 1: State Response to Rebuilding-how recently-adopted NJ DEP emergency rules related to coastal zone management and flood hazard area control act and what FEMA flood maps mean to owners and developers of commercial real estate properties; what NJ DCA is doing regarding guidance, expediting approvals and new protocols in affected regions; proposals before the NJ BPU to address utility reliability and improvement; how NJEDA is managing the disbursement of funding and incentives to businesses, tenants and residents. Speakers include:

    Moderator: Allen Magrini, Hartz Mountain Industries
    Robert Piel, NJ DEP-Land Use Regulation
    Amy Frank, NJ DCA-Codes & Standards
    James Giuliano, NJ BPU-Reliability & Security
    Tim Lizura, NJEDA

    Panel 2: Design and Insurance for More Resilient Communities: Topics include NJIT's new Center for Resilient Design's efforts to help ensure a resilient post-Sandy recovery in New Jersey through applied research of land use policies and flood standards, experiential learning and civic engagement. Also on the agenda are local planning and zoning changes contemplated in an urban waterfront community; how the development community is responding; the role of insurance and financial implications on the business community. Speakers include:

    Moderator: Diana Fainberg, Diana E. Fainberg Associates
    Thomas Dallessio, NJIT
    Robert Antonicello, Jersey City Redevelopment Authority
    Carl Hedde, Munich Reinsurance America, Inc.
    Richard Johnson, Matrix Development Group

    The event will begin with registration, breakfast and networking at 7:45 a.m., followed by the program at 8:30 a.m. Approval of CEUs is pending. To register, or for more information, contact NAIOP New Jersey at (732) 729-9900, or visit www.naiopnj.org.

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