Conference Sponsors & Exhibitors
The Conference is organized and presented by Battelle. Many other organizations will have roles in the Conference, as sponsors and exhibitors.
Conference Sponsors are still being accepted. The financial contributions of the Conference Sponsors help defray general operating costs of planning and conducting the Conference. Event sponsors’ contributions help support specific features and services provided to attendees.
Be sure to review Sponsorship Categories and the Terms and Conditions of the agreement.
The following items will be required for completion of the agreement: 1) company description (200 words max.), 2) company logo (.eps file preferred), and 3) method of payment for deposit.
Due to high demand, two additional booths have been added to the floor plan. Reserve your space today.
Organizations that provide sediment assessment, remediation, and management services and products are invited to exhibit. Exhibitors will have the opportunity to present information to a focused audience of approximately 1,200 people who acquire and use environmental management products and services at industrial and government sites around the world.
Breakfast, lunch, breaks, and reception service will be located near the exhibit area.
Booth Selection. The exhibit page contains the terms and conditions, the application form, and the floor plan showing available spaces.
Exhibit Fee and Payment. The fee for a standard 8-ft x 10-ft booth is $3,195 if payment is made by October 15, 2018, and $3,395 if paid later. Space will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, according to receipt of completed application and payment. Payment terms and conditions apply, see the Exhibitor website for additional details.
If you would like to be contacted about Conference sponsorship or exhibiting please contact Susie Warner (The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc.) 301.670.4990.
AECOM is a premier, fully integrated infrastructure and support services firm with a leading sediment management and remediation practice. AECOM scientists and engineers work on a wide variety of development, cleanup and restoration projects, including some of the most complex sediment management problems. Our expertise includes sediment site assessment under a variety of regulatory programs, strategic Superfund consulting, dredging and dredged material disposal programs, restoration of water bodies and watersheds, shoreline and site development, natural resource damage assessment support, risk analysis, and design and implementation of complex remediation projects. We connect knowledge and experience across our global expert network to solve our clients’ most complex challenges.
AquaBlok provides a full range of materials that allow firms to implement lower cost and more protective contaminated sediment remediation solutions. Both in-situ treatment materials and low-permeable thin capping materials are supplied under the AquaGate and AquaBlok names. Key benefits of AquaGate and AquaBlok products include the use of powder materials for a higher rate of adsorption than granular materials, uniform delivery of a high surface area with less mass of treatment material, and a high specific gravity, which allows placement through the water, as well as uniform mixing and placement with other materials.
Arcadis is the leading global Design & Consultancy firm for natural and built assets. Applying our deep market sector insights and collective design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services we work in partnership with our clients to deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes throughout the lifecycle of their natural and built assets. We support UN-Habitat with knowledge and expertise to improve the quality of life in rapidly growing cities around the world.
Dredging innovations have taken major steps throughout history. However, the basic design of most clamshell buckets in use today has not changed for more than a century. At Cable Arm, we ask ourselves how we can improve the environmental clamshell design, the answer is with a product that surpasses expectations. Cable Arm is constantly innovating based upon job specifications, environmental limits and procedures, and site-specific obstacles. Therefore, all of our buckets are individually customized and built to order. Cable Arm clamshells and ClamVision positioning software can provide the best solutions for your dredging needs.
CDM Smith provides integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities to clients worldwide. As a full-service consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm with more than 5,000 employees, we deliver exceptional client service, quality results and enduring value across the entire project life cycle. CDM Smith is a national leader in environmental remediation and has completed more than 100 sediment projects across the United States for a range of industrial and public sector clients. CDM Smith’s services for contaminated sediment remediation span the entire project life cycle, from characterization and assessment of sediments, surface water and biota through selection, design and construction of sediment cleanups.
At Charter, we tackle complex challenges with underlying environmental liabilities, often where land meets water, by looking for alternatives that enhance communities. We bring fresh perspectives to high-visibility, long standing projects, paired with a commitment to quality and safety, resulting in successful project executions and exceeding stakeholder expectations. Charter specializes in complex, environmental dredge projects that involve specific characteristics, such as precision dredging around obstructions while working in fast-moving currents, tidal fluctuations, and difficult weather conditions. Our dredge projects take place in all settings and in all weather conditions, from large, congested harbors to rural ponds and streams.
For over 25 years, Foth has provided strategic design and remediation for some of the largest, most complex sediment remediation sites in the U.S. Restoring waterways by managing contaminated sediment is complex and challenging. And, it can carry a heavy price for responsible parties. Foth starts with the end in mind, balancing our clients’ needs for 100% regulatory compliance, with effective schedule and budget management. With offices coast to coast, Foth efficiently brings the knowledge and experience required to provide comprehensive sediment management, including site investigation, remediation design, permitting, remedial action, disposal management, sediment capping, dredge residuals, beneficial reuse, and closure. From initial discovery, though long-term monitoring, Foth gets the project done right the first time.
Geosyntec excels in working with private and public-sector clients on new ventures and complex issues involving the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Geosyntec is a consultant of choice for sediment site investigation and remediation from small sites to mega-sites. Recognized as an innovator, Geosyntec is pioneering sediment investigation techniques. We have developed unique methods for sediment core and porewater sampling on challenging field sampling scenarios and in our treatability laboratory. We are currently developing and applying next-generation passive porewater samplers. Our strong geotechnical practice allows us to effectively design dredging and capping remedies in soft sediments and provide shoreline stabilization designs including bulkheads.
Heritage Environmental Services, LLC (Heritage) is the largest privately held asset based environmental firm in the United States and is recognized as an industry leader in the transportation and disposal of TSCA regulated PCB Remediation waste and RCRA hazardous waste. Heritage owns an intermodal rail fleet used to ship contaminated solids to our RCRA Subtitle C landfill, RCRA incinerator and RCRA treatment facility. The rail fleet is primarily employed to ship from remediation project sites in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. Trucks are utilized for projects located closer to our facilities. Since 2005 Heritage has shipped in excess of 1 million tons to our facilities utilizing our rail fleet.
Infrastructure Alternatives, Inc. (IAI) provides Clean Water Solutions for environmental remediation projects. IAI supports contaminated sediment cleanup operations with design, installation and operation of dredged material dewatering and water treatment systems. These systems are sized to handle high production dredge flows and produce clean water for regulations-compliant discharge. We specialize in contaminated sediments and NPDES permit compliance, from maintaining waste streams segregation to conditioning, dewatering, and stabilizing dredged material, and clarifying, filtering and discharging clean water.
Jacobs leads the global professional services sector delivering solutions for a more connected, sustainable world. Jacobs provides a full spectrum of services including scientific, technical, professional and construction- and program-management for business, industrial, commercial, government and infrastructure sectors.
J.F. Brennan Company, Inc. offers flexible approaches and innovative solutions to successfully restore contaminated waterways and wetlands. For nearly 100 years we have been providing quality services through innovative approaches and safe practices. Through hydraulic, mechanical, amphibious, and diver-assisted micro dredging we have emerged as an industry leader in environmental dredging, transport and disposal. Our clients can expect us to not only deliver a successful outcome, but a well-coordinated, collaborative process in which it is achieved.
Louis Berger provides comprehensive services in environmental sciences and engineering, natural resource restoration, solid/hazardous-waste management, water/wastewater, archaeology, waterfront/ports and other A/E planning, design and construction-phase services. Louis Berger possesses one of the nation’s strongest integrated teams for providing contaminated sediments science, engineering and restoration services. We use state-of-the-art forensic methods to build a sound understanding of each system and maximize benefit of the overall approach, also paying special attention to the concerns of local communities and stakeholders to ensure long-term protection of restored areas.
Advanced Manufacturing. Energy. Environment. Water. For more than 70 years, OBG has specialized in engineering and problem solving, but the company’s real strength is creating comprehensive, integrated solutions for its clients. OBG’s sediment team uses extensive technical expertise and broad regulatory experience to develop and implement cost-effective, sustainable approaches to restore and enhance water bodies and associated infrastructure. OBG is an industry leader in dredging-related water management, air monitoring, odor management and habitat restoration associated with sediment remediation.
Parsons is a digitally enabled solutions provider focused on the defense, security, and infrastructure markets. With nearly 75 years of experience, Parsons is uniquely qualified to deliver cyber-physical security, advanced technology solutions, and other innovative services to federal, regional, and local government agencies, as well as to private industrial customers worldwide. Parsons conquers the toughest logistical challenges and delivers landmark projects across the globe. Parsons has been combining strong forward-thinking and cutting-edge technology to improve the way people connect with the world since 1944. Our success has been in striking the balance between big ideas and the technical ability to bring them to life. Thanks to Parsons' global network of resources, we have the power to combine leading-edge technology with unparalleled quality and control.
Sevenson is one of the only pure environmental remediation firms that has successfully transitioned from land-based remedial action projects into contaminated sediments remediation. This transition began in 1993 when Sevenson was awarded and successfully completed the first large-scale Superfund site sediment remediation project at the Marathon Battery Site on the Hudson River. Sevenson has gained significant insight and operational knowledge in environmental dredging, dewatering and water treatment since the Marathon Battery project and has continued to work on some of the nation’s most visible contaminated sediment sites. Today Sevenson partners with clients and consulting engineers to address difficult process design and field implementation issues at sediments sites throughout the United States.
Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions (Wood, a product of merging Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure and The Wood Group) is a global leader in the delivery of engineering, consulting, and construction. With technical experts across the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia and Latin America, we’re committed to providing solutions to improve our customer’s operations, reduce environmental liabilities, and increase efficiencies. We provide cost-conscious solutions to sediments projects for sampling and analysis, data gap analysis, designing for navigation, nutrient-laden or chemically-contaminated remediation, stream and marsh restoration, and construction management.
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GEI focuses on strategic, client-centered support for the evaluation and remediation of contaminated sediments. We are an employee-owned firm with national reach, and we excel at developing site-specific practical solutions considering land use, environmental drivers, and regulatory needs to ensure success for our clients. Our integrated team of environmental scientists and engineers develop solutions for the evaluation, remediation, permitting, and risk management of contaminated sediment sites, large and small. We have experience at many of the Superfund “mega” sites, but also with wetlands, estuaries, lagoons, or creeks where contaminated sediments emerge as sometimes unexpected concerns. Our specialty is the generation of cost-effective solutions that are protective, defensible, and scaled to local conditions. We find that the most cost-effective remedies may range from natural attenuation and ecological restoration to using our nationally-recognized expertise with in-situ stabilization, capping, treatment, and removal of contaminated sediments. GEI consists of 850 dedicated people at 38 offices coast to coast. We are known nationally for our strong commitment of client service, teamwork, collaboration, and innovation. Our sediment-related specialties include water resources, geotechnical engineering, data sciences, ecological services, and environmental risk, all in support of strong risk management, strategic planning, and quality work.
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The CARYLON SEDIMENTS GROUP is a recognized leader in sediment, waste and ash management services throughout North America and the Caribbean regions. The Carylon
companies have been providing environmental services to government and private clients for over 65 years. The Carylon Sediments Group consists of three Carylon Companies located in Chester, PA; Columbus, OH; and Charlotte, NC., These companies are Bio-Nomic
Services Inc., Metropolitan Environmental Services Inc., and Mobile Dredging and Video Pipe Inc. The Carylon Sediments Group has completed projects from Nova Scotia to Mexico and the Caribbean. The Carylon Sediments Group provides turnkey sediment and
ash remediation services and has significant experience with environmental dredging, sediment dewatering and excavation, and placement of environmental capping materials. The Carylon Sediments Group owns and operates dredges, pumps, work barges, tanks,
high volume hydro-cyclone and rapid dewatering screen systems, belt filter presses, recessed chamber filter presses, centrifuges, clarifiers, and specialized and conventional excavation equipment. This equipment has been used for removal and treatment
of sediments and sludge in lakes, rivers, lagoons, waste pits, abandoned landfills, mine sites, marine sites, tidal marshes and ash sites. Our experienced team has assisted clients and engineering firms with design, development, and completion of difficult
environmental remediation projects.
EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC (EA) has extensive experience addressing the unique challenges associated with characterization and remediation of contaminated sediment sites. Our experience includes developing strategic investigations, defining risk-based goals, refining remedy selection, preparing remedial designs, providing construction oversight, and conducting long-term monitoring. We are a recognized leader in providing these services to both commercial and public clients. For decades, EA has provided logical and cost effective corrective measures at contaminated sediment sites. These services have been performed in the full range of regulatory frameworks and drivers, including CERCLA, RCRA, NEPA, dredged material management, natural resource compliance, and habitat restoration. In business for more than 45 years, EA has earned an outstanding reputation for technical expertise, responsive service, and judicious use of client resources.