GES will exhibit in Booth 722 at the 2018 Federal Small Business Conference hosted by the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). The three-day event is scheduled to take place October 31-November 2 in the New Orleans Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.  

SAME is co-locating this year’s event with the Department of Veteran's Affairs' National Veterans Small Business Engagement, creating the largest industry event connecting small businesses directly with federal government procurement decision makers, contracting officers, small business liaison officers, and leaders.

GES is a small businesses concern under NAICS code 562910 for Environmental Remediation services. Our staff will be on hand to explore potential teaming opportunities in the federal sector with large businesses and other certified small business enterprises.

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to | New Orleans Morial Convention Center

GES will exhibit and present at the 2018 PA Brownfields Conference being held at Sands Bethlehem situated within the former Bethlehem Steel site, one of the nation's largest brownfield redevelopment projects. The three-day conference is hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania. Attendees will learn about opportunities for transforming communities throughout the state of Pennsylvania. 

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to | Sands Bethlehem, 77 Sands Boulevard, Bethlehem, PA 18015

GES will attend and exhibit at the 2018 MD/DC Utilities Fall Environmental Conference hosted by the Maryland-District of Columbia Utilities Association. The conference takes place October 1–3, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort located in Cambridge, Maryland. The event brings together professionals and service providers from the power utility industry with a focus on environmental and regulatory issues in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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to | Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort, 100 Heron Blvd, Cambridge, MD 21613

GES will exhibit at the 31st Annual Symposium of the Arizona Hydrological Society held in Phoenix, Arizona. The conference is considered one of the premier events in the Southwest for hydrology and water resources science, engineering, and public policy. This year’s theme is “The Importance of Hydrology in a Vibrant Southwest.”

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to | Desert Willow Conference Center, 4340 East Cotton Center Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85040

The Florida Association for Water Quality Control is hosting its annual conference June 13–15, 2018 in Naples, Florida. The technical learning and networking event brings together key representatives from various industries, regulatory agencies, law firms, consulting practices, and vendors from across the state.

GES will once again exhibit at this year’s conference. Please visit the GES booth to meet our local team and learn more about GES.

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to | Naples Grande Beach Resort, 475 Seagate Drive, Naples, FL 34103

GES will exhibit in Booth 406 at the 2018 Environmental Trade Fair and Conference hosted by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Local technical experts from GES' Lewisville and Stafford, Texas offices will be on hand throughout the conference to answer your questions. 

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to | Austin Convention Center, Austin, TX

Visit GES in Booth #30 at the National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference being held the week of Monday, May 7th in Louisville, Kentucky. Our own Keith Bradley, REP, CWB, and Richard Pais, CWB, CFP, will be at the GES booth to help answer your questions.

The conference is entering its 21st year and has become well-known as a “must attend event” for those involved in ecosystem banking and related markets, drawing key decision makers and leaders from business, government (local, state, federal), nonprofits and universities.

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to | Omni Louisville Hotel, 400 South 2nd Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40202

As a Copper level event sponsor, GES will be attending the 34th Annual Spring Conference hosted the Chemistry Council of New Jersey in Princeton, New Jersey. Our own Mark Motylewski and Thomas Glancey, PG, LSRP, will be on hand to attend the networking and breakout sessions. Be sure to say hello.

The conference is a major New Jersey industry event that provides attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors the opportunity to interact in an intimate setting.  Attendees learn about the latest developments affecting their business, get updates on legislative and regulatory issues, participate in seminars directly related to their businesses and interact with elected officials.  It is also an opportunity to visit with exhibitors to learn about new products and services available from various companies. More than 200 professionals from the chemical, oil and gas, and healthcare industries attend this networking and learning opportunity.

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to | The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village, 201 Village Boulevard, Princeton, NJ 08540

Visit GES in Booth #3 at the 2018 Responsible Care® Conference & Expo hosted by the American Chemistry Council in sunny Hollywood, Florida. Our own Bill Butler and Joseph Keller, PE will be on hand to answer your questions. The event brings together stakeholders from across the chemicals industry to with a focus on Responsible Care, the industry’s leading voluntary performance and sustainability initiative.

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to | Diplomat Resort & Spa, 3555 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Florida 33019

After enduring an especially cold start to the spring season in Central New York, the GES team in East Syracuse got its first taste of the warmer months ahead just in time for Earth Day 2018. Employees received bare root seedlings from the Onondaga County Soil & Water Conservation District's annual tree sale for potting or planting at home. The team enjoyed a warm, sunny day outdoors, working together to pot the seedlings and having lunch as a team.

Pictured above (L to R): Jan Powell, Rebecca Stroh, Devin Shay, Scott McDonald, Patricia Domago, Eric Jackson, Lori Tuovila, Allison Jordan, and Chandler Swartzendruber.  Not pictured is Rob Stickler (photographer).

to | East Syracuse, New York