Bachelor of Arts
Dr. Helen Neill
Dr. Shawn Gerstenberger
Number of Pages
This thesis is a case study of the redevelopment project of the former Armory site in Las Vegas, Nevada, a United States Environmental Protection Agency Brownfield Pilot Project. This investigation uses benefit-cost analysis to determine whether the project is economically feasible. This examination includes a description of the Brownfield program, a description of the site, selection criteria, and the proposed future use of it. The results show that the benefits exceed the costs.
Brownfields; Hazardous waste site remediation economic aspects; Land use; Urban; Las Vegas; Nevada; Reclamation of land
Environmental Health and Protection | Environmental Monitoring | Environmental Sciences | Urban Studies
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Fowler, Rebecca L., "An Examination of a Brownfield: The former North Las Vegas armory site" (2000). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 292.
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