Our focus is to transition properties back to productive use and maximize their economic development potential, attracting new jobs and investments to the communities where they are located. We view shuttered or curtailed industrial sites through a different lens. Where others see only liabilities, we often see opportunities.
Risk Transfer Services
Envoirnmental Liability Risk Transfer provides a collateralized fixed price decommissioning solution for Utilities and shifts all known and unknown remediation requirements to a third party.
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We have an exceptional understanding of industrial real estate and the complicated aspects of environmental liability risk transfer. Check out some of the case studies below to learn more about our capabilities.
Forsite works on many projects that carry legacy environmental issues. We pave the way for sites to be repurposed to drive economic development and create new jobs and industry.
Explore Recent Work
Forsite brings together public policy makers, private investment and environmental stewardship and aligns them to turn existing liabilities into regional assets for today and generations to come. Take a look at some case studies below to see how we make a difference.
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2020-01-14T20:02:14+00:00 January 14th, 2020|
The final piece of Muskegon’s former B.C. Cobb Plant has been demolished. North Carolina-based Forsite Development on Saturday morning finished demolition of the former B.C. Cobb power plant, on the M-120 corridor in North Muskegon.
2019-11-07T15:19:45+00:00 November 7th, 2019|
It was closed in 2016, and in 2017 a North Carolina based company bought the land.MUSKEGON, Mich — Construction crews started the demolition process of B.C. Cobb last year, and Thursday a wrecking ball
2019-11-07T15:28:04+00:00 October 31st, 2019|
The skywalk connected the closed powerhouse to what's left of the Cobb's smokestack. MUSKEGON, Mich. — Some residents in Muskegon and North Muskegon heard what they believed were explosives Thursday morning, and it