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EBC 13th Annual Dredging Conference: Technology in Dredging – Old School meets High Tech

When:
November 8, 2019 @ 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
Where:
Battelle
141 Longwater Drive
Norwell
MA
Contact:
617-505-1818E-mail

Dredging keeps waterways and ports navigable, and assists coastal protection, land reclamation and coastal redevelopment, by gathering up bottom sediments and transporting it elsewhere. The seven arms of the Nile were channeled and wharfs built at the time of the pyramids (4000 BC), there was extensive harbor building in the eastern Mediterranean from 1000 BC. During the renaissance Leonardo da Vinci drew a design for the first drag dredger or “mud-drag”. Well a lot has changed since the 15th century.

This EBC Ocean and Coastal Resources annual conference will provide attendees the opportunity to learn more about the advances in hydrographic survey, sample collection, special and grade control and advancements in dredges themselves.

Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (3.5 training contact hours). Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.

Thank you to our Bronze Sponsor

Final Agenda – EBC 13th Annual Dredge Conference
Presentations are posted to the Presentations section of the EBC website.

 

Agenda

Program Chair:

  • Andrew Timmis, Director of Business Development – Environmental Group, J.F. Brennan Company, Inc.

Speaker Agenda:

Innovative Surveying Technique Locates Contaminated Sediments for Surgical Removal

  • John Sawyer, VP, Marketing, Arc Surveying & Mapping

On Board Technology is Changing How We Work

  • Scott Hagemann, Market Professional, Caterpillar

Scow Geofence System (SGS) & Its Application in Dredged Material Disposal

  • Tim Mannering, Dredge Engineer Manager, Cashman Dredging & Marine Contracting Company, LLC

Sediment Coring – Mitigating Risk with Real-time Metal Detection

  • Ken Hayes, President/Founder, Aqua Survey

What do you do with Mud? – Processing Technologies that Drive Beneficial Use

  • Eric Stern, Director of Sediment Management & Technology Development, Tipping Point Resources Group, LLC    

Dredging Equipment: Old School & Progress

  • Steve Miller, Domestic Sales Manager, Ellicott Dredges LLC

Following the Speaker Presentations will be a moderated discussion.

Attendee List

Magdalena Ayed, The Harborkeepers, Executive Director
James Brinkman, Geosyntec Consultants, Senior Consultant
Kevin Buruchian, GEI Consultants Inc., Senior Project Engineer
Timothy Cady, Charter Contracting Company, LLC, Director, Program Services
Matt Carlino, TRC, Geotechnical Engineer
Michael Count, Foth Infrastructure & Environment, LLC., Project Manager
Timothy Cox, Town of Fairhaven, Harbormaster / Shellfish Warden
Varoujan Hagopian, GEI Consultants Inc., Senior Consultant, Waterfront Engineer
Lilndi Higgins, AECOM, Senior Scientist/Project Manager
Lee Koska, Weston & Sampson, Project Engineer
Dave Lager, SumCo Eco-Contracting, LLC, Team Lead – NetCo Eco-Contracting
Christopher Lucas, Lucas Environmental, LLC, Principal
Jamie McIntosh, Town of Mattapoisett, Harbormaster
Rex McKinsey, Provincetown, Harbormaster
Marta Nover, BETA Group, Inc., Vice President
Laura Pasquine, Geosyntec, Senior Staff Engineer
Angela Piemonte, Battelle
Christine Player, Foth Infrastructure & Environment, LLC, Senior Client Team Leader
Sean Scannell, Epsilon Associates, Staff Coastal Scientist
William Simons, JF Brennan, Senior Project Manager
John Simpson, Waterways Commission, Town of Dennis, Commissioner
Russell Titmuss, GEI Consultants Inc, Senior Project Manager