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August 21-25, 2011
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AECOM Technologies Inc. [BOOTH #30]
WEB SITE: www.aecom.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Christopher Benosky, (christopher.benosky@aecom.com)

AECOM is a leading global provider of design, engineering, program management, construction management, and operations and maintenance support as well as technical assistance. Since it was launched as an independent company in 1990, AECOM has become one of the largest providers of professional technical and management support services in the world.

Arcadis, Inc. [BOOTH #4]
WEB SITE: www.arcadis-us.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Robert Daoust (
Robert.Daoust@arcadis-us.com)

ARCADIS is an international company that provides consultancy, design, engineering and management services in the fields of Infrastructure, Water, Environment and Buildings. With more than 16,000 people worldwide the company has an extensive international network that is supported by strong local market positions. They rank among the top 10 management and engineering consultancies in the world. In Europe, Brazil, and Chile they have a top 5 position. In the global environmental market they are positioned in the top 3.

Brown and Caldwell [BOOTH 6]
WEB SITE: www.brownandcaldwell.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Lucila Silva (
LSilva@brwncald.com)

Brown and Caldwell has built a reputation for collaborating with clients, adding value through innovation and building relationships that last. Dave Caldwell founded the company in 1947. He was a true visionary who pioneered and advocated wastewater reuse. Dave's belief that the needs of society, our clients and the environment can co-exist remains an integral part of our culture and is readily seen in the innovations and advancements of the BC engineers and scientists who have since followed.
CDM [BOOTH #11]
WEB SITE: www.cdm.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Timothy Feather (feathertd@cdm.com)

CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm that services public and private sector clients worldwide. We provide turn-key water resources services including ecosystem restoration at all scales.
 
Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection, and Restoration Act [BOOTH #4]
WEB SITE: www.lacoast.gov
REPRESENTATIVE: Susan Testroet-Bergeron (BergeronS@usgs.gov)

The Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act is federal legislation enacted in 1990 that is designed to identify, prepare, and fund construction of coastal wetlands restoration projects. CWPPRA project managers, scientists, and engineers use a variety of techniques to protect, enhance, or restore wetlands. Since its inception, 151 coastal restoration or protection projects have been authorized, benefiting over 110,000 acres in Louisiana.
EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc. [BOOTH #21]
WEB SITE: www.eaest.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Richard Pfingsten (rpfingsten@eaest.com)

For more than 30 years, EA has integrated science, engineering, and technology to provide valuable solutions to our clients' water resource, environmental and regulatory issues. EA provides technical expertise that begins with project conceptualization through final construction and continues with long-term operations and maintenance for ecosystem restoration (wetlands, stream, salt marsh, fresh water; fish passage); watershed and storm water management; TMDLs; sediment characterization and dredge material management.

Greenhorne & O’Mara Consulting Engineers
[Booth #29]
WEB SITE: www.G-and-O.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Melanie Bailey (mbailey@G-and-O.com)

 
HDR, Inc. [BOOTH #34]
WEB SITE: www.hdrinc.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Dana Stob (dana.stob@hdrinc.com)

HDR is an architectural, engineering and consulting firm that excels at managing complex projects and solving challenges for clients. We offer our clients the best possible economic, social and environmental value by delivering integrated sustainable solutions.
Moffatt & Nichol [BOOTH #27]
WEB SITE: www.moffattnichol.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Peter Kotulak (pkotulak@moffattnichol.com)

Moffatt & Nichol is an internationally recognized engineering, planning and scientific firm that serves public and private clients worldwide from offices in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Latin America. The firm specializes in coastal and water resources engineering and ecosystem restoration, as well as those involving civil works, ports and harbors, and transportation.

PARSONS [Booth #2]
WEB SITE: www.parsons.com
REPRESENTATIVE: José A. Buitrago Jr. (Tony.Buitrago@parsons.com

 

Parsons is the company of choice for project execution. We offer a comprehensive selection of services that cover every aspect of a customer’s program or project, including management, procurement, consulting, security, and alternative project delivery. Our long history reflects our innovative solutions that take a project from inception and startup, through execution, to testing and closeout—and often the project continues to serve as a model for the future! When a customer needs a “one-stop” shop for a project, we are selected because we focus on what’s most important—the end result.

Stanley Consultants [BOOTH #3]
WEB SITE: www.stanleyconsultants.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Mark Henthorn  (
HenthornMark@StanleyGroup.com)

Stanley Consultants is a global engineering company headquartered on the Mississippi in Muscatine, IA. With 1,200+ members, our proud eco-restoration experience reflects projects in the Everglades, Biscayne Bay, Lake Okeechobee and several major rivers.
TetraTech [BOOTH #12]
WEB SITE: www.tetratech.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Eric Dohner (eric.dohner@tetratech.com)

Tetra Tech was founded in 1966 as an environmental science and engineering company. We have 12,000 employees and annual revenues of $2.3 billion for 2010. Our professionals represent over 45 scientific and engineering disciplines. One quarter of Tetra Tech’s engineers, scientists, and managers hold doctoral degrees. A comparable number hold master’s degrees. We are respected for our excellent business practices and outstanding reputation in science and engineering, consistently ranked among our peers as a national leader. We have successfully completed more than 5,000 coastal, environmental resource, and restoration projects, including significant work in the four major ecosystem restoration programs along the coasts of the US – the Chesapeake Bay, the California Delta, the Florida Everglades, and Louisiana – and the Great Lakes. Tetra Tech is focused and dedicated, through our Corporate Initiative Program, to provide the best resources from our highly skilled personnel to support ecosystem restoration programs throughout the US, particularly in the Gulf Coast.


The Louis Berger Group, Inc. [BOOTH #25]
WEB SITE: www.louisberger.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Theriot (etheriot@louisberger.com)

The Louis Berger Group is an internationally recognized consulting firm that provides engineering, architecture, program and construction management, environmental planning and science, and economic development services. For nearly 60 years, they have been a devoted and trusted partner to U.S. federal, state and local government agencies.
University of Maryland [BOOTH #33]
WEB SITE: www.umces.edu
REPRESENTATIVE: Dave Nemazie (nemazie@umces.edu)

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) is the most prominent single institution involved in scientific discoveries about the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. Although focusing more than 2/3 of its research on this region, the Center's activities are global, involving research from the Arabian Sea to the Yellowstone and from the poles to the tropics. UM-CES' scientists include biologists, ecologists, physicists, chemists, geologists, engineers, and economists who work together in a truly transdisciplinary community.
USACE Ecosystem Restoration Program [BOOTH #10]
WEB SITE: www.wes.army.mil/el
REPRESENTATIVE: Dave Tazik (Dave.J.Tazik@usace.army.mil)

The Environmental Laboratory is the problem solver for the Corps and the Nation in environmental science and engineering research and development in support of environmental systems. The staff supports the environmental missions of the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense, and the Nation through research, development, special studies, and technology transfer. Environmental Laboratory research includes a network of expertise and facilities from other Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) and Corps Laboratories, other government agencies, academia, and private sector.
US Army Corps of Engineers [BOOTH #8 & 9]
WEB SITE: www.wes.army.mil 
REPRESENTATIVE: Roselle Henn (
Roselle.E.Henn@usace.army.mil)

The United States Army Corps of Engineers is made up of military and civilian engineers, scientists and other specialists work hand in hand as leaders in engineering and environmental matters. Our diverse workforce of biologists, engineers, geologists, hydrologists, natural resource managers and other professionals meets the demands of changing times and requirements as a vital part of America's Army. The Corp’s environmental mission has two major focus areas: restoration and stewardship. Efforts in both areas are guided by the Corps environmental operating principles, which help us balance economic and environmental concerns. We support or manage numerous environmental programs, that run the gamut from cleaning up areas on former military installations contaminated by hazardous waste or munitions to helping establish a small wetland that helps endangered species survive.

US Geological Survey [BOOTH #22 & 23]
WEB SITE: www.usgs.gov
REPRESENTATIVE: Ronnie Best (Ronnie_Best@usgs.gov)

The U.S. Geological Survey serves the Nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy, and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our quality of life.
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service [BOOTH #31 & 32]
WEB SITE: www.nrcs.usda.gov
REPRESENTATIVE: Philip Barbour (Philip.barbour@wdc.usda.gov)

Since 1935, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (originally called the Soil Conservation Service) has provided leadership in a partnership effort to help America's private land owners and managers conserve their soil, water, and other natural resources.
Weston Solutions [BOOTH #7]
WEB SITE: www.westonsolutions.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Ulrich (Cheryl.Ulrich@westonsolutions.com)

Weston Solutions delivers integrated, sustainable solutions for environmental restoration, property redevelopment, design/build construction, green buildings and clean energy. Weston can help develop solutions to maximize the value of your resources and turn environmental responsibility into economic growth. We help clients restore productive assets to build a stronger economy and a healthier ecology.

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