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Tinsley Joins ASTI’s Site Redevelopment Services Group; UM/ULI Real Estate Forum on Track to Break All Records

Brighton, MI, November 7, 2014Jelaine “Jill” Tinsley brings more than 25 years of experience in the environmental industry and is an expert in Phase I environmental site assessments (ESAs), Phase II ESAs, baseline environmental assessments (BEAs), subsurface investigations (soil and groundwater testing), soil and groundwater evaluations, asbestos, and mold inspections, abatement oversight and specification development for asbestos, and mold abatement projects.  Ms. Tinsley has also led numerous hazardous material and pre-demolition survey projects which included evaluations of asbestos, mold, radon and universal wastes for municipal, commercial and industrial facilities.

She graduated from Western Michigan University in 1984 with a B.S. in Earth Science and Education.  Her Certifications include asbestos inspector, confined space entrant and attendant, ASTM certification in Risk Based Corrective Actions (RBCA) Applied at Petroleum Release Sites, Bituminous testing and she also taught at Detroit Public Schools.  Jill is also a member of the Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals.


Detroit, MI, November 1, 2014:  Tom Wackerman, ASTI President and Chair of the 28th Annual University of Michigan / Urban Land Institute Real Estate Forum which convenes November 18-19, 2014 in Detroit, has announced the following records:

So what’s driving the interest ??  In Wackerman’s words: “We think Detroit is the best comeback story in the Nation and all eyes are on the City as it is expected to emerge from the  bankruptcy stronger than ever.  We are seeing developers from all over the world investing in the City and The Forum is committed to being a platform for the narrative.”