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417 The Valuation of Environmentally Contaminated Real Estate 08.25.22 -- VIRTUAL CLASS
Start Date: 08/25/2022
End Date: 08/26/2022
No. of Days: 2 days
Course Level: Advanced
CEU Credits: 16.00
Class Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Daily (CENTRAL TIME)
Tuition: $415.00 Member / $520.00 Non-Member
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OPTION 2 - Black and White Materials = $30
Tuition may be paid by check or Credit Card to the Chapter or IRWA Headquarters in US Dollars.
Sponsored By: IRWA Headquarters
Course Description: C417 The Valuation of Environmentally Contaminated Real Estate
Marian Barnes, MAI, SR/WA worked for 20 years identifying, investigating, and cleaning up contaminated sites before changing her profession to appraising. Her specialty was hazardous waste regulation that provided her the opportunity to work at refineries, metal working shops, regional landfills, and chemical manufacturers. She provided internal training and client seminars on hazardous waste regulations. While most of her work was in the upper Midwest, she consulted nationally and did a stint as a field geologist in Belgium and Luxemburg. She served as a Teaching Assistant while earning her masters in geology/hydrogeology. For the last ten years she has appraised for public works projects and right of way. Appraisals are often in rural areas and include avigation easements, transmission line easements, rail-trail corridor property, and transportation acquisitions. She has presented her science-based appraisal studies to the IRWA Badger Chapter 17, Region 5 Forum, and the Wisconsin chapter of the Appraisal Institute. One study and one methodology were published in the Right of Way magazine. She is completing a five-year leadership tract with her chapter as Past President, and became certified at the international CLIMB in June 2019. Rolling & Barnes, LLC, real estate appraisal and consulting, otherwise occupies her time.
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