April 23-27, 2007
Hyatt Regency
Crown Center
Kansas City, Missouri

Exhibitors

 

Adaptive Ecosystems, Inc. [DISPLAY #2]
WEB SITE: www.adaptiveecosystems.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Stephen Parker
       (sparker@adaptiveecosystems.com)

Adaptive Ecosystems, Inc. is a progressive service organization providing expertise in natural resource analysis and planning, ecological studies, regulatory compliance and project implementation. As a personal firm able to handle all or part of your projects needs, we take your project from start to finish by providing you with our unique, in-house process of analysis, compliance and implementation services.

 


 

Applied Ecological Services  [BOOTH # 7]
WEB SITE: www.appliedeco.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Ted Hartsig (ted.hartsig@appliedeco.com)

A broad-based ecological consulting, contracting, and restoration firm providing services to foundations, governmental units, corporations, and commercial/residential developers nationwide.

 


 

ARCADIS BBL  [BOOTH # 10]

WEB SITE: www.bbl-inc.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Tim Iannuzzi (tim.iannuzzi@arcadis-us.com)

ARCADIS BBL is now part of the ARCADIS family, which has more than 12,000 employees in 250 offices worldwide. Select ARCADIS BBL services include ecosystem restoration, product stewardship, sediment management, planning, and risk assessment.

 


 

BEM Systems, Inc.  [BOOTH # 4]

WEB SITE: www.bemsys.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Joanne Chamberlain (jchamberlain@bemsys.com)

BEM Systems, Inc. (BEM) is a nationwide, full-service environmental engineering and consulting firm providing innovative solutions to complex environmental, health, and safety issues facing private industry, state transportation agencies and federal clients.

 


 

The Louis Berger Group, Inc. [BOOTH #37]
WEB SITE: www.louisberger.com
WEB SITE: Raed El-Farhan (relfarhan@louisberger.com)

The Louis Berger Group, Inc. offers professional services in the areas of civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and environmental engineering; program management; planning; environmental sciences; cultural resources; information services; economics; policy and management analysis; and construction management and support. Berger is a recognized worldwide leader in the consulting field and has built a reputation for delivering outstanding quality coupled with on-time and on-budget performance. Berger has developed innovative solutions to difficult and exacting problems wherever the challenge has led. With offices across the United States and throughout the world, Berger is able to ensure maximum responsiveness to local conditions while providing clients with the technical resource base and rapid response capability of worldwide organization.

 


 

Biohabitats  [BOOTH # 23]

WEB SITE: www.biohabitats.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Deborah Vere (dvere@biohabitats.com)

Our mission is to inspire communities to rediscover a sense of place through preserving indigenous ecosystems, restoring biological diversity, and inspiring ecological stewardship. Our team is made up of ecologists, biologists, geologists, landscape architects, engineers, fluvial geomorphologists, and GIS/CADD technicians.

 


 

Booz Allen Hamilton [BOOTH # 35]
WEB SITE: www.boozallen.com
REPRESENTATIVE: David Erne (erne_david@bah.com)

Booz Allen Hamilton, a leading global consulting firm, has more than 18,000 employees serving clients on six continents. Integrating the full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps government and commercial clients solve their toughest problems with services in strategy, operations, organization and change, and information technology. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.
 


 

Brownandcaldwell.comBrown and Caldwell  [BOOTH # 25]

WEB SITE: www.brownandcaldwell.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Patricia Strayer (pstrayer@brwncald.com)

A full-service environmental engineering firm, Brown and Caldwell has been designing and implementing customized solutions to complex environmental problems for more than 58 years. BC environmental engineers, scientists and technicians deliver efficient, cost-effective compliance solutions for industrial, commercial, municipal and federal clients.

 


 

CALFED Bay-Delta Program  [BOOTH # 20]

WEB SITE: calwater.ca.gov

REPRESENTATIVE: Ron Ott (ronott@calwater.ca.gov)

The CALFED Bay-Delta Program is a unique collaboration among 25 state and federal agencies that came together with a mission: to improve water supplies in California and the health of the San Francisco Bay/Sacrament-San Joaquin River Delta.

 


 

CDMCDM  [BOOTH # 9]

WEB SITE: www.cdm.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Dioso (diosoLT@cdm.com)

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

 


 

CH2M Hill  [BOOTH # 22]

WEB SITE: www.ch2m.com/corporate

REPRESENTATIVE: Sharook Madon (Sharook.Madon@ch2m.com)

CH2M HILL is a global leader in full-service engineering, planning, consulting, construction, and operations. Founded in the U.S. more than 60 years ago, we have over 14,000 employees in 100 offices across the country. We create, construct, and operate facilities, infrastructure, and systems that bring clean water, safe transportation, efficient industry, environmental solutions, and communications to people everywhere.

 


 

CRC Press - Taylor & Francis Group  [BOOTH # 1]

WEB SITE: www.crcpress.com

REPRESENTATIVE: John Sulzycki (john.sulzycki@taylorandfrancis.com)

We are a premier publisher of scientific and technical books, journals, and electronic databases. Please visit our booth to browse our convention specials on new and bestselling titles in ecosystem restoration.

 


 

CWPPRA  [BOOTH # 8]
(Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act)

WEB SITE: www.lacoast.gov

REPRESENTATIVE: Andre Williams (andre_williams@usgs.gov)

Since 1990, CWPPRA - the Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act - has completed over 137 restoration projects benefiting over 119,070 acres of coastal wetlands in Louisiana.

 


 

EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc.  [BOOTH # 13]
WEB SITE: www.eaest.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Becker (becker@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.

 


 

ENTRIX, Inc. [DISPLAY # 3]
WEB SITE: www.entrix.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Jody Kubitz (jkubitz@entrix.com)

ENTRIX, Inc. is an environmental consulting services company specializing in water resources management, environmental risk management, natural resources management, natural resource economics, and facility permitting and compliance. Its staff includes experts in environmental sciences, geosciences, and environmental engineering. ENTRIX was founded in 1984 and currently has offices throughout the United States and in Canada and Ecuador. ENTRIX serves both private and public clients faced with challenges that demand environmental experience, strategic planning, and practical solutions.

 


 

Filtrexx International [BOOTH #36]
WEB SITE:
www.filtrexx.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Carrothers (soil-tekma@centurytel.net)

Filtrexx International is an innovative solution provider to erosion and sediment control. Our products are used as Silt Fence alternatives, Straw Bale replacements or as a substitute for other BMP's commonly used on construction sites.

 


 

Hach Environmental  [BOOTH # 14]

WEB SITE: www.hachenvironmental.com

REPRESENTATIVE: David Kamps (dkamps@hach.com)  

Hach Environmental provides integrated, turn-key solutions for water quality, water level, and precipitation monitoring. In addition, Hach designs, manufactures, and services Hydrolab and OTT instruments. The Hach Environmental sales and support network spans the globe to provide support no matter where water monitoring needs reside.

 


 

HDR, Inc.  [BOOTH # 30]

WEB SITE: hdrinc.com

REPRESENTATIVE: John Engel (john.engel@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.

 


 

InterLocking SoftwareInterLocking Software  [BOOTH # 19]
WEB SITE: www.interlockingsoftware.com
REPRESENTATIVE: Russell Poffenroth (russellp@interlockingsoftware.com)

EKO-System is an integrated web-based application for restoration project management, monitoring data, and mapping. InterLocking Software provides Web-based solutions for integrating information and improving the way government, natural resource management and other industries operate, today and in the future. Configurable, customizable, intuitive, and secure, our Web-deployed solutions will streamline your operations across departments and agencies.

 


 

Island Press, leading publisher of books on environmental education, environmental science, and biodiversityIsland Press  [BOOTH # 21]

WEB SITE: www.islandpress.org

REPRESENTATIVE: Donica Collier (dcollier@islandpress.org)

Island Press is a leading publisher of books about the environment for professionals, students, and general readers-from solutions oriented books for working professionals to books on ideas that inform and inspire.

 


 

Moffatt and Nichol  [BOOTH # 12]

WEB SITE: www.moffattnichol.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Tiffany Johnson Fernandez (TjohnsonFernandez@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. The company has been involved in restoration projects for several decades, including such award-winning projects as the recently completed Bolsa Chica project in Southern California, which involved the creation of a new tidal inlet and the restoration of more than 900 acres of highly degraded wetlands, including migratory bird habitat areas.

 


 

The Nature Conservancy - Protecting Nature, Preserving Life.The Nature Conservancy  [BOOTH # 18]

WEB SITE: www.nature.org

REPRESENTATIVE: Vincent Shay [vshay@tnc.org]

The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working to protect the most ecologically important lands and waters around the world for nature and people.

 


 

PBS&J  [BOOTH # 24]

WEB SITE: www.pbsj.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Bill Hinsley (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.

 


 

Pizzo & Associates, Ltd.  [BOOTH # 6]

WEB SITE: www.pizzo.info

REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Strub (marys@pizzo.info)

Pizzo & Associates, Ltd. is an Ecological Restoration firm providing design, consulting, installation, stewardship, prescribed fire and a native plant nursery. Our projects win awards. Our results speak for themselves!

 


 

RECON Environmental, Inc.  [BOOTH # 2]

WEB SITE: www.recon-us.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Pete Tomsovic (ptomsovic@recon-us.com)

RECON's services include ecosystem restoration, biological and cultural resources services, CEQA/NEPA documentation, noise and air quality studies, and geographic information systems.

 


 

RESOLVE [TABLE TOP # 5]
WEB SITE: www.resolv.org

REPRESENTATIVE: Dana Mason (dmason@resolv.org)

RESOLVE is one of the premier, public policy dispute resolution organizations in the United States and internationally, with expertise in the full range of "alternative dispute resolution" and consensus-building processes and a commitment to understanding how these tools can enhance public decision making.

We are a non-profit organization founded in 1977 and operating from offices in Washington, DC and Portland, OR.

 


 

RPM Ecosystems LLC  [BOOTH # 11]

WEB SITE: www.rpmecosystems.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Leslie Carrere (lc@rpmecosystems.com)

RPM Ecosystems growing hardwood trees produced by the patented Root Production Method (RPM). NON-GMO, this natural process grows trees to maturity 3X faster and creates a root biomass 18X greater.

 


 

Science Applications International Corporation  [BOOTH # 5]

WEB SITE: www.saic.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Tom Daues (thomas.v.daues@saic.com)

SAIC is a leading provider of scientific, engineering, systems integration and technical services and solutions to the US military, the intelligence community, and other US Government civil agencies, as well as to commercial markets.

 


 

Stanley Consultants  [BOOTH # 3]

WEB SITE: www.stanleyconsultants.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Barry Shaw (shawbarry@stanley.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.

 


 

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science  [DISPLAY # 1]
WEB SITE: www.umces.edu

REPRESENTATIVE: Dave Nemazie (nemazie@umces.edu)

A research only institution of the University System of Maryland dedicated to discovery, integration, and application of environmental research. UMCES consists of over 60 faculty members plus technical staff and graduate students at UMCES’ three laboratories: Horn Point Lab, Chesapeake Biological Lab, and Appalachian Lab.

 


 

Upper Mississippi River Conservation Committee  [TABLE TOP # 4]

WEB SITE: www.mississippi-river.com/umrcc

REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Yess (scott_yess@fws.gov)

Upper Mississippi River Conservation Committee (UMR)- Promote the preservation and wise utilization of the natural and recreational resources of the UMR and to formulate policies, plans and programs for conducting cooperative studies

 


URS Corporation  [BOOTH # 29]

WEB SITE: www.urscorp.com

REPRESENTATIVE: Tom Denes (tom_denes@URSCorp.com)

URS is the largest global engineering design firm and a leading U.S. federal government contractor providing a comprehensive range of professional planning, design, systems engineering and technical assistance, program and construction management, and operations and maintenance services.

 


 

US Army Corps of Engineers  [BOOTH # 32, 33 & 34]

WEB SITE: www.usace.army.mil

REPRESENTATIVE: Angela Freyermuth (Angela.M.Freyermuth@mvr02.usace.army.mil)

The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is made up of approximately 34,600 Civilian and 650 military members. 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. 

 


 

US Army Corps of Engineers  [TABLE TOP # 2]
Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory,
Engineer Research and Development Center
WEB SITE: chl.erdc.usace.army.mil

REPRESENTATIVE: Aaron Byrd (Aaron.R.Byrd@erdc.usace.army.mil)

This display will provide an overview of the Gridded Surface Subsurface Hydrologic Analysis (GSSHA) Model.

 


 

US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research
and Development Center (USACE ERDC) 
[TABLE TOP # 1]

WEB SITE: chl.erdc.usace.army.mil

REPRESENTATIVE: Hwai-Ping (Pearce) Cheng (hwai-ping.cheng@erdc.usace.army.mil)

This exhibit will provide a demonstration of regional-scale, coupled surface-subsurface watershed model calibration and validation.

 


 

US Army Corps of Engineers - Water Resources Depot  [BOOTH # 35]

WEB SITE: swwrp.usace.army.mil

REPRESENTATIVE: Bill Mullen (Bill.K.Mullen@erdc.usace.army.mil)

The Water Resources Depot provides information and tools for system-wide assessments for water resource management and ecosystem restoration projects. Information and tools are products of the Corps of Engineers' System-Wide Water Resources Program.

 


 

Natural Resources Conservation ServiceUSDA Natural Resources Conservation Service 
[BOOTH # 26, 27 &28]

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.

 


 

United States Environmental Protection AgencyUS Environmental Protection Agency  [TABLE TOP # 3]

WEB SITE: www.EPA.gov

REPRESENTATIVE: Georgia Dunaway(dunaway.georgia@epa.gov)

This display will share information on EPA's Research products, including CDs and other pertinent information.

 


 

USGS - science for a changing worldUS Geological Survey  [BOOTH # 15, 16 & 17]

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.

 


 

Wildlife Habitat CouncilWildlife Habitat Council  [TABLE TOP # 6]

WEB SITE: www.wildlifehc.org

REPRESENTATIVE: Marcia Maslonek (Mmaslonek@wildlifehc.org)

The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) is a nonprofit, nonlobbying 501(c)(3) group of corporations, conservation organizations, and individuals dedicated to restoring and enhancing wildlife habitat. Created in 1988, WHC helps large landowners, particularly corporations, manage their unused lands in an ecologically sensitive manner for the benefit of wildlife. More than 2 million acres in 48 states, Puerto Rico, and 16 other countries are managed for wildlife through WHC-assisted projects.

 


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