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Exploring facility & contractor-specific exposures plaguing the energy industry New Day to Explore Environmental Insurance Trends at 2018 IRMI EnergyRisk& Insurance conf.
Detroit to host ULI’s 2018 . . . continued from page 7B To provide the optimal risk management solutions, John honed his expertise in environ- mental liability assessment, quantification, loss control, and insurance program devel- opment and placement. His specialty is transactional busi- ness where he is well-trained to address clients’ legacy liability issues as well as prospective portfolio insurance programs. n In 2010, the city’s Campus Martius Park was selected as the first winner of ULI’s Urban Open Space Award. The park was chosen because of its suc- cess in helping to catalyze the revitalization of downtown— serving as a primary gather- ing place, a draw for economic development, a beautiful sig- nature square, and a positive image for Detroit locally and internationally. Also in 2010, Detroit was one of four cities chosen to participate in the Daniel Rose Fellowship, the signature pro- gram of the Rose Center for Public Leadership, operated jointly by ULI and the Nation- al League of Cities. Former Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and his team, who served as Rose Fellows, worked with the Rose Center on a strategy to revive Livernois, once a primary commercial thoroughfare, as a thriving destination for retail and dining. product that you plan to incor- porate in your retrofit. These samples should be installed in the same locations where the fi- nal installation will take place. Green Partners will provide and install LED samples at no cost for qualifying projects. George Crawford is a prin- cipal at Green Partners. n LL 88 and LL 134 – Suggestions for . . . continued from page 10B The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute supported by its members. Its mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriv- ing communities worldwide. Established in 1936, the in- stitute has more than 40,000 members worldwide repre- senting all aspects of land use and development disciplines. n
During the session sched- uled for March 6, Heft will be joined by Kenneth Cornell , managing principal at Enviant. Together, they will explore the environmental, facility- and contractor-specific exposures currently plaguing the energy industry. “There are numerous con- tamination pathways driving the need for insurance coverage within the energy sector,” ex- plains Heft. “Even simple spills and mishaps can lead to years of litigation and costly clean- ups. In addition, the limited pollution coverage provided
in some General Liability and Control of Well Policies may not be enough to mitigate these exposures. This session will discuss current environmental risk management trends, while highlighting motivational fac- tors and the overall impact of claims on the bottom line and the organization’s credibility. “ERIC is the perfect venue for helping insurance profes- sionals and risk managers understand the multitude of emerging liabilities and the coverage forms available to protect against issues and overcome delays,” adds Heft.
John Heft brings to New Day Underwriting Managers over 27 years of environmen- tal underwriting experience, including a solid base of real estate-focused work experi- ence for a major brokerage firm, an insurance carrier and an environmental consultant. Throughout his professional career, John has provided environmental risk manage- ment solutions for a variety of industry sectors including chemical, petrochemical, ener- gy, manufacturing, commercial real estate, universities and healthcare.
AMILTON, NJ — John Heft , senior vice president and director
of the real es- tate practice at New Day Underwrit- ing Manag- e r s L LC , will address C u r r e n t Trends in the Environmen-
tal Marketplace at the 2018 IRMI Energy Risk & Insurance Conference (ERIC) to be held at the Royal Sonesta Houston in Texas.
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