Eric Williams has been involved in the transfer and reuse/redevelopment of environmentally impacted real estate since the 1980s. His primary expertise is the intersection of real estate, environmental cleanup, and public/private finance.
A nationally recognized expert in brownfields, Eric’s knowledge crosses all elements of successful brownfield redevelopment: structuring divestiture/acquisition deals with corporate owners of surplus properties, designing and implementing comprehensive risk management programs for Sellers and Buyers of brownfield properties, cleanup of contaminated properties, reuse and redevelopment of environmental sites, and financial structuring of complex real estate deals. Eric is a regular featured speaker at brownfield and real estate conferences across the country.
In addition to being the President of Legacy Land Stewardship, Eric is currently the Executive Director at EnviroFinance Group, the company he worked for before launching Frontier Renewal. EnviroFinance group is a premier land reuse and redevelopment company with a track record for successfully remediating and repositioning environmentally challenged properties for productive reuse.
Eric recently launched Tellurium Partners (www.telluriumpartners.com), an ecological mitigation banking company.
Prior to EnviroFinance Group, Eric spent eight years as the Chief Executive Officer of Frontier Renewal, a brownfield redevelopment company he founded in 2008, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Frontier Environmental Management, an environmental risk management company he founded in 2011.
Eric was the 2015 winner of the Powerbook Award for Commercial Real Estate sponsored by the Denver Business Journal.
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