Geosyntec to Support Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Conference
Geosyntec is an exhibitor and sponsor of the Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Conference at the Westin Book Cadillac in downtown Detroit, Michigan on June 14–15, 2022.
Geosyntec will exhibit at Booth #17 throughout the conference. Meet with our subject matter experts and learn how Geosyntec partners with organizations across all industry sectors, including corporate sustainability leaders, municipal officials, local university wildlife biologists, and the WHC, to address their environmental needs. Through our use of innovative technologies and solutions, we provide a wide array of services related to brownfields; waterfront development; resilience and adaptation; watershed, lake, and sediments management; water quality improvements; wildlife habitat conservation certification at remediation sites; environmental, social, and governance; coal combustion residuals; urban stormwater management and green infrastructure; constructed wetlands; and geostructural and construction engineering.
Geosyntec Staff in AttendanceEmily Campbell, P.E., (Michigan) is a Project Engineer with 10 years of experience in water and natural resources. She has practical experience applying engineering to the natural environment, including wetland and riverine systems to address flooding and water quality concerns.
Mike Coram, C.P.G., (Michigan) is a Senior Geologist with 17 years of experience in environmental consulting. He utilizes traditional and non-traditional approaches to manage complex remedial projects, vapor intrusion mitigation, design and implementation of various remedial technologies, state-funded projects, and coal combustion residuals.
Adrienne Nemura, P.E., (Ohio) is a Principal Water Resources Engineer with 37 years of experience helping clients identify cost-effective and sustainable solutions to meet their water quality goals. She is a national Clean Water Act expert with experience in watershed and stormwater monitoring, modeling, and planning.
Mark Willobee, CPESC (Illinois) is a Principal with more than 20 years of experience focused on water and natural resources management. He assists clients with design, review, and assistance in implementing stormwater best management practices, soil erosion, sediment control plans, and stormwater and wetland permitting.
Chris Robb, P.E., (Wisconsin) is a Senior Principal Engineer with more than 25 years of experience in environmental consulting, design and field engineering, construction management, quality control, and project management of multidisciplinary waterfront and remediation projects throughout the United States, Australia, Canada, and Europe.
Paul Botek, P.G., (Maryland) is a Senior Principal Geologist based in Maryland with more than 15 years of experience focused on the assessment and restoration of contaminated sites, provision of environmental management services, consulting on solid waste management facility permitting and closures, remediation construction management, and spring water supply studies.
At the 2022 Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Conference, corporate conservation professionals will convene to share strategies and inspiration to drive the success of biodiversity programs around the world.
As the only international conservation non-governmental organization focused exclusively on the private sector, the Wildlife Habitat Council provided a framework for voluntary conservation action on a wide variety of corporate lands. The Wildlife Habitat Council's corporate members represent some of the leading national and multinational corporations seeking to support sustainable ecosystems and the communities that surround them. These efforts have resulted in more than 1,000 certified programs in 25 countries.
Related Geosyntec Services
- Brownfields Services
- Waterfront Development Services
- Resilience and Adaptation Services
- Lake and Sediments Management Services
- Wildlife Habitat Conservation Certification at Remediation Sites Services
- Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Services
- Urban Stormwater Management Services
- Coal Combustion Residual (CCR) Services
- Geostructural and Construction Engineering Brochure
More InformationAbout the event: Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Conference
About the Wildlife Habitat Council: https://www.wildlifehc.org/
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