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Conference Sponsors & Exhibitors

The Conference is organized and presented by Battelle. Many other organizations will have roles in the Conference, as sponsors and exhibitors. The financial contributions of the Sponsors help defray general operating costs of planning and conducting the event.

Conference Sponsorship

If your organization is interested in reaching more than 1,200 representatives from academia, state and federal government agencies, consulting firms, research organizations, and industries from around the world, consider becoming a Conference Sponsor.

See the Sponsorship Registration website for more information, including:

The following items will be required for completion of the agreement:

  • company description (200 words max.)
  • high-resolution company logo (.eps file preferred)
  • credit card information for deposit



Exhibit space will open for general sale on July 20, 2020.

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 more than 1,000 people who acquire and use environmental management products and services at industrial and government sites around the world. Breakfast, lunch, breaks, reception service, seating, and poster boards will be located near the exhibit area.

Booth Selection. Conference sponsors will be contacted in early July, before general sales open, to select their booth spaces. Exhibits will open for general sale July 20, 2020. The Sponsors and Exhibitors page will contain links to the Exhibitor terms and conditions, the application form, and the floor plan showing available spaces.

Exhibit Fee and Payment. The fee for an 8-ft x 10-ft booth is $3,195 if payment is made by October 16, 2020, 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.

A link to the Exhibitor website will include additional details and Exhibitor terms and conditions and will be available on this page by June 1, 2020.



If you would like to be contacted about Conference sponsorship or exhibiting please contact Susie Warner (The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc.) 301.670.4990.

Conference Sponsors

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AquaBlok Ltd., provides a full range of materials that provide engineers with options to implement lower cost and more protective contaminated sediment remediation solutions. Both treatment/amendment materials and low-permeability 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.


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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, Inc 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. We have many specific features to offer as well. To reduce windrowing and increase coverage area, we offer our overlapping side plates and over square footprint. Accurate and precise grading is offered with our precision-level cut. These features are in both cable and hydraulic closing models. Reduce time, cut costs, and minimize re-suspension throughout your entire excavation process. Whether you’re confined to a tight location or need to cover a vast surface area, have deep or shallow depth targets, include sloped surface areas, or have rigid environmental parameters. Cable Arm clamshells and ClamVision positioning software can provide the best solutions for your dredging needs.


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CDM Smith is a privately owned engineering and construction firm providing legendary client service and smart solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities. Passionate about our work and invested in each other, we are inspired to think and driven to solve the world's environmental and infrastructure challenges. A national leader in environmental remediation, CDM Smith has completed more than 100 sediment projects across the United States for 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 the selection, design and construction of sediment cleanups.



EA’s scientists, geologists, engineers, and technical experts work collaboratively to assess sediment management challenges, apply today’s most advanced technologies, and provide cost-effective and sustainable project designs and solutions. Our goal is to develop contaminated sediment remedies that are technically sound and defensible, achieve client objectives, satisfy regulatory goals, and benefit local business and residential communities and the environment. Over the past 15 years, EA has completed more than $100 million in contaminated sediment investigation, design, and construction oversight under CERCLA, RCRA, and the Great Lakes Legacy Act. Our scientists and engineers have provided remedies for more than 900,000 cubic yards of contaminated sediment for multiple EPA regions, state environmental agencies, and private entities. Our project teams have demonstrated experience addressing the unique challenges associated with characterization and remediation of contaminated sediment sites in lakes, streams, rivers, estuaries, and wetland environments. Today, EA is a 100% employee-owned public benefit corporation with an industry-leading Corporate Social Responsibility program and a culture embedded in the values of openness, prudence, balance, and challenge. The company employs more than 500 professionals through a network of commercial offices. Founded in 1973, EA has earned an outstanding reputation for technical expertise, responsive service, and judicious use of client resources.


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Foth is an award winning engineering solutions provider and acknowledged industry leader in helping our clients address the full spectrum of today’s sediment management challenges. From remedial design to remedial action Foth combines in-depth technical expertise built upon a strong foundation of practical experience to deliver innovative solutions to our clients. Since 1938 the firm has thrived in a dynamic and demanding market place by solving our clients’ toughest science and engineering challenges. Our 600 member, employee-owned firm operates out of 26 locations across the United States and Canada.


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Geosyntec excels in working with private and public-sector clients on new ventures and complex issues involving the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. We have over 1,500 engineers and scientists located in more than 80 offices. Geosyntec is recognized for our expertise in remedial investigations and feasibility studies and remedial design and construction services. Geosyntec is a consultant of choice for sediment from small sites to mega-sites including the Berry’s Creek Study Area, Gowanus Canal, Newtown Creek, Portland Harbor, the Lower Duwamish Waterway, and Onondaga Lake. Geosyntec is pioneering sediment investigation and remediation techniques. We have developed unique methods for sediment core and passive porewater samplers on challenging field sampling scenarios. We have also developed unique evaluation techniques for assessing NAPL mobility and data analysis. We have designed multi-layer reactive caps and one of the first large-scale use of In-situ Stabilization techniques for NAPL impacted contaminated sediments. Geosyntec uses innovative approaches to cost-effectively mitigate risk in complex environments. Our toolbox includes sediment removal, capping (passive and active), in-situ technologies, and monitored natural recovery. Our strong waterfront geotechnical practice allows us to effectively design dredging and capping remedies in soft sediments and provide shoreline stabilization designs including bulkheads.


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GHD is one of the world’s leading professional services companies operating in the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation. We provide engineering, environmental, advisory, digital, and construction services to private and public sector clients. Established in 1928 and privately owned by our people, GHD operates across five continents – Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America – and the Pacific region. We employ more than 10000 people in 200+ offices to deliver projects with high standards of safety, quality and ethics across the entire asset value chain. Driven by a culture of client service excellence, we connect the knowledge, skill and experience of our people with innovative practices, technical capabilities and robust systems to create lasting community benefits. Committed to sustainable development, GHD improves the physical, natural, and social environments of the many communities in which we operate. We are guided by our workplace health, safety, quality, and environmental management systems, which are certified to the relevant international standards (ISO and OHSAS). In alignment with the global demands of water, energy and urbanization, our aim is to exceed the expectations of our clients and contribute to their success.



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. Our employee-owned, small business finds innovative solutions and works through challenges, to deliver complex projects, on time and on budget. 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. Learn more about IAI at our website:


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J.F. Brennan company description coming soon!



Parsons is a leading technology firm driving the future of defense, intelligence, and critical infrastructure, including solving complex environmental challenges. By combining unique technologies with deep domain expertise across cybersecurity, missile defense, space, connected infrastructure, and smart cities, we're providing tomorrow's solutions today. As regulatory frameworks and technologies have evolved, we have stayed at the forefront. Our team of industry experts works closely with customers and stakeholders to address environmental concerns and develop sustainable and cost-effective solutions to protect our natural environment while achieving compliance, reducing risk, and maintaining safety. Our ability to serve in various capacities, coupled with our depth of expertise and flexible contracting methods, provides a framework for successful project execution. For more about Parsons, follow our quest to deliver a better world on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.



A national leader in environmental dredging and remedial construction, Sevenson has been actively involved in site remediation and restoration since 1979 when we were selected as the principal contractor at the Love Canal site in Niagara Falls, NY. For more than 30 years Sevenson has successfully worked with Industry, the USEPA, USACE and DOE to address challenging remediation and contaminated sediment design and construction issues at complex sites.



TIG Environmental helps clients navigate the complexity of high-stakes environmental projects. With leading expertise in liability investigation, allocation strategy and negotiation, environmental forensics, data analytics and visualization, and remediation, we help clients drive projects to successful outcomes. TIG Environmental has developed unique solutions for many of the largest contaminated sediment sites in the U.S. as well as internationally, helping clients turn the corner from initial discovery and assessment to successful resolution and remediation. We offer the competitive advantages of experienced fact finding, advanced technical tools, strategic expertise, and global experience.



Wood brings credentialed and experienced specialists intimately familiar with providing pre-construction and construction-phase services to public and private clients. Our clients benefit from a network of sediments specialists committed to overcoming complex challenges. Whether its data gap analysis to design for navigation, nutrient-laden or chemically-contaminated remediation, stream and marsh restoration or construction management, our experience prevails.



WSP USA is the U.S. operating company of WSP, one of the world's leading engineering and professional services firms. Dedicated to serving local communities, we are engineers, planners, technical experts, strategic advisors and construction management professionals. WSP designs lasting solutions in the buildings, transportation, energy, water and environment markets. With almost 10,000 employees in over 160 offices across the U.S., we partner with our clients to help communities prosper. WSP possesses one of the nation’s strongest integrated teams for providing contaminated sediments science, engineering and restoration services. In developing contaminated sediment restoration plans, we maintain three key values: the ecosystem’s natural potential, achievable goals, and sustainability. 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. WSP’s experts have been entrusted with key roles on some of the highest-profile sediment sites, such as the Hudson River, Passaic River, and Gowanus Canal/Newtown Creek, and other sites around the country. Their interpretations of highly complex systems have been tested by independent peer reviewers and stakeholders alike.