3rd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration
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AECOM Technologies Inc. [BOOTH #36]
WEB SITE: www.aecom.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Patty Matthews (patty.matthews@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.

BiohabitatsBiohabitats [BOOTH #34]
WEB SITE: www.biohabitats.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Joe Berg (jberg@biohabitats.com)

Biohabitats is a consulting firm focused exclusively on ecological restoration, conservation planning and regenerative design. Since opening our doors in 1982, we have combined the disciplines of conservation biology, landscape ecology, restoration ecology and sustainable design to help local, state and federal agencies throughout North America to conserve biodiversity, restore ecological processes and regenerate the human spirit.

CDM [BOOTH #28]
WEB SITE: www.cdm.com 
REPRESENTATIVE: Wendy Katagi (katagiwr@cdm.com)

CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm that services public and private sector clients worldwide. We provide turnkey water resources services including ecosystem restoration at all scales.

Chesapeake Bay Program [BOOTH #23]
WEB SITE: www.chesapeakebay.net
REPRESENTATIVE: Travis Loop
(tloop@chesapeakebay.net)

The Chesapeake Bay Program is a regional partnership that has coordinated and conducted the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay since 1983. Partners include the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, representing the federal government; the U.S. Department of Agriculture; the states of Delaware, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia; the District of Columbia; the Chesapeake Bay Commission, a tri-state legislative body; and advisory groups of citizens, scientists and local government officials.

EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc.
[BOOTH #13]

WEB SITE: www.eaest.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Jennifer Zoukis (jzoukis@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.

Ecological Restoration Institute [BOOTH #10]
WEB SITE: www.eri.nau.edu
REPRESENTATIVE: Wally Covington (kathleen.mitchell@nau.edu)

The Ecological Restoration Institute (ERI) at Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Flagstaff, Arizona is nationally recognized for mobilizing the unique assets of a university to help solve the problem of unnaturally severe wildfire and degraded forest health in the region. The ERI works to help land management agencies and communities by providing comprehensive focused studies, monitoring and evaluation research, and technical support.

Ekosystem Environmental Knowledge Organizer By Paladin Data Systems [BOOTH #27]
WEB SITE: www.paladindata.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Sara Simrell (ssimrell@paladindata.com)

Paladin Data Systems is an award-winning software development company, established in 1994. Combining old-world values and modern technologies allows us to service and support such industries as military and government organizations, the natural resource community and city and county agencies. Paladin's development experts help you analyze the processes your business uses and helps you document and integrate these processes with your existing and future information architecture.

ENVIRON International Corporation [BOOTH #1]
WEB SITE: www.environcorp.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Rick Wenning (rjwenning@environcorp.com)

An international consultancy, ENVIRON works with clients to help resolve their most demanding environmental and human health issues. We combine resources across geographic boundaries and technical and scientific disciplines to provide clients with the best, most responsive team—whether responding to existing challenges, evaluating opportunities to improve performance, or seeking to reduce future liabilities.

ETEBA [Table Top #2]
WEB SITE: www.eteba.org
REPRESENTATIVE: Angela Shilling (angela@eteba.org)

ETEBA is a non-profit trade association representing large and small companies that provide environmental, technology, energy, engineering, and construction services to both government and commercial clients. ETEBA advocates for sustained or increased funding for existing programs and for new programs that benefit member companies; monitors market opportunities and advocates for member companies; represents the views, issues, capabilities, and concerns of member companies to other entities; seeks opportunities to market the diversity of technical talent available among its member companies; provides facts, information, education, and such assistance as may be requested, in helping member companies become more competitive and marketable; and provides networking opportunities through regular membership meetings, conferences, and other events.

Hach HydrometHach Hydromet  [BOOTH #11]
WEB SITE: www.hachenvironmental.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Eric Strahan
(estrahan@hach.com)

Through the years, Hach, Hydrolab, and OTT independently built their reputations as the market leaders in various areas of water measurement equipment. The common link among these three independent companies was that they were all known as innovators in their field, and all three manufactured only the highest quality water measurement instruments. Hydrolab designed and manufactured multiparameter water quality monitoring equipment for more than 35 years; Hach provided advanced analytical systems and technical support for water quality testing in the lab, processes, and field for more than 55 years; and OTT supplied hydrological instruments and systems for more than 130 years. Today, Hydrolab water quality instruments and OTT water level and precipitation monitoring systems have been combined with the resources of Hach Company to create Hach Hydromet – the source for reliable and dependable environmental water monitoring data that is the gold standard in our industry. Hach Hydromet can provide completely integrated, turn-key solutions for water quality, water level, and precipitation monitoring. Hach Hydromet sales and support network spans the globe so that we can provide local support – no matter where water monitoring needs reside.

HDR, Inc. [BOOTH #7]
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.

ICF Jones & Stokes [BOOTH #6]
WEB SITE: www.jonesandstokes.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Lorett Kinnicutt (lkinnicutt@jsanet.com)

ICF Jones & Stokes is a multidisciplinary environmental consulting firm that provides a full range of environmental planning and resource-management services. In February 2008, we joined with ICF International to bring increased depth and provide expanded capabilities in environmental planning and natural resource management, especially in the transportation, energy, and water resources sectors.

Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. [BOOTH #3]
WEB SITE: www.pirnie.com 
REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Theriot
(etheriot@pirnie.com)

Malcolm Pirnie is one of the largest firms in the U.S. focused exclusively on environmental issues. For more than 100 years, we've provided environmental engineering, science and consulting services to over 5,000 public and private clients. With a tradition of technical excellence, we solve complex problems and deliver results that help government and industry worldwide. We offer a full roster of services and our nationwide staff of nearly 1,700 professionals represent virtually all environmental service disciplines — from geologists and toxicologists, to structural engineers and construction managers and a variety of field support technicians.

Moffatt & Nichol [BOOTH #21]
WEB SITE: www.moffattnichol.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Dilip Trivedi
(dtrevedi@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.

NOAANOAA  [BOOTH #35]
WEB SITE: www.noaa.gov
REPRESENTATIVE: Tisa Shostik (tisa.shostik@noaa.gov)

NOAA is an agency that enriches life through science. Our reach goes from the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor as we work to keep citizens informed of the changing environment around them. From daily weather forecasts, severe storm warnings and climate monitoring to fisheries management, coastal restoration and supporting marine commerce, NOAA’s products and services support economic vitality and affect more than one-third of America’s gross domestic product. NOAA maintains a presence in every state and has emerged as an international leader on scientific and environmental matters. NOAA’s mission touches the lives of every American and we are proud of our role in protecting life and property and conserving and protecting natural resources.

Parsons

Parsons [BOOTH #9]
WEB SITE: www.parsons.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Victoria Lehr
EMAIL: victoria.lehr@parsons.com

Founded in 1944, Parsons is an engineering and construction firm with revenues exceeding $3.4 billion in 2008. We conquer the toughest logistical challenges and deliver landmark design-build projects across the globe. Our ability to plan, design, construct, and operate diverse facilities and infrastructure systems has satisfied our clients’ needs for more than 60 years. With more than 11,500 employees located worldwide, we team with an increasingly diverse group of global customers and stakeholders while providing dependable services. We measure our success one project at a time by exceeding expectations and satisfying our customers. Parsons continues to be actively involved in ecosystem restoration programs, including providing Program Management services for the past eight years to USACE in support of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), which has been described as the world's largest ecosystem restoration effort.

PBS&J [BOOTH #2]
WEB SITE: www.pbsj.com 
REPRESENTATIVE: Bill Hinsley III
(wehinsley@pbsj.com)

PBS&J is an employee-owned firm that provides comprehensive consulting services in the areas of engineering, planning, construction management, program management, environmental sciences, facilities, landscape architecture, and applied technologies.

RBF Consulting [BOOTH #24]
WEB SITE: www.rbf.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Richard Beck
(rbeck@rbf.com)

RBF Consulting is a full service firm providing consulting services for planning, design and construction of the built environment. These services are provided to both public and private sector clients, nationally and internationally, in a timely, cost effective and innovative manner while providing quality and responsive service by a qualified and experienced staff of over 900  professionals in 15 locations. RBF provides a broad spectrum of professional consulting services. RBF's diversity also allows us to serve our clients during each phase of a project, including advance/preliminary planning services, design, and finally, construction oversight.

Stanley Consultants [BOOTH #4]
WEB SITE: www.stanleyconsultants.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Slattery
(slatteryed@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.

Tetra Tech

Tetratech [BOOTH #15]
WEB SITES: www.ttsurfacewater.com  www.tetratech.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Ira Artz
                                                        (Ira.Artz@tetratech.com)

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. We are a diverse company, including individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength is in collectively providing integrated services—delivering the best solutions to meet our clients’ needs. In a complex world with competing demands for limited resources, Tetra Tech offers clear solutions made possible with sound science, understanding, innovation, and industry-leading approaches, with a nationwide priority towards ecosystem health and restoration.

UMCESUniversity of Maryland Center for Environmental Science [BOOTH #8]
WEB SITE: www.umces.edu and www.ian.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. UMCES' scientists include biologists, ecologists, physicists, chemists, geologists, engineers, and economists who work together in a truly transdisciplinary community.  The Integration and Application Network (IAN) is an initiative of UMCES, but links with other academic institutions, resource management agencies and non-governmental organizations.  IAN is a collection of scientists working to solve, not just study environmental problems. The intent of IAN is to inspire, manage and produce timely syntheses and assessments on key environmental issues, with a special emphasis on Chesapeake Bay and its watershed.  The Center's programs are carried out at three laboratories located across the state: the Appalachian Laboratory in western Maryland, the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, in southern Maryland and the Horn Point Laboratory on the Delmarva Peninsula. UMCES is also responsible for the administration of the Maryland Sea Grant College program.

University of Wisconsin Press [Table Top #1]
WEB SITE: www.wisc.edu/wisconsinpress
REPRESENTATIVE: Toni Gunnison
(gunnison@wisc.edu)

Located in Madison, Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin Press was founded in 1936. The Press publishes books and journals. We select the books using a careful process of review by Press staff, outside experts, and a board of University of Wisconsin faculty.

USACE Ecosystem Restoration Program
[BOOTH #37, 38 & 39]
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 Geological Survey [BOOTH #25]
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 #32]
WEB SITE: www.nrcs.usda.gov 
REPRESENTATIVE: Mike Sullivan
(Michael.Sullivan@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 #12]
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.

YSI, Inc. [BOOTH #14]
WEB SITE: www.ysi.com 
REPRESENTATIVE: Mike Cook
(shaught@ysi.com)

YSI Incorporated is a global, employee-owned company that designs sensor instrumentation and real-time monitoring systems for professionals who protect natural resources and aquatic life. YSI's sensors and multiparameter systems provide a continuous and comprehensive data record of water quality and velocity for informed decision-making. Our long-term, in situ monitoring systems allow for early warning and rapid response to events such as algal blooms, floods, and source water protection. Parameters include; conductivity, chlorophyll, dissolved oxygen, blue-green algae, pH, ORP, salinity, chloride, nitrate, turbidity, TDB, flow, velocity, temperature and level. New this year; ProODO Optical Dissolved Oxygen Handheld, Pro20 Dissolved Oxygen Handheld and EcoMapper AUV.

 

 

 

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