Information for sponsors & exhibitors
AHS has joined with Southwest Hydrology magazine to offer an expanded regional focus on the viability, health, and future of water resources in the Southwest, while offering the same high-quality technical sessions that AHS members have come to appreciate.
We expect over 500 registered attendees from across the Southwest, including hydrologists, consultants, agency representatives, academics, water managers, planners, developers, environmentalists, and water attorneys. The program is designed to attract a wide variety of interests, from technical to managerial. To help you get the most for your investment, the conference layout and schedule have been designed to maximize interaction with sponsors and vendors throughout the event.
We invite you to become a sponsor or exhibitor to support this endeavor. Two vendor levels and several sponsorship categories are offered, or you may contact us to customize your own level. But act soon! Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
For additional information, contact:
Betsy Woodhouse, , 520-626-1805
Mike Block, , 520-575-8100
Current sponsors & exhibitors
Archaeological Consulting Services,
HARGIS + ASSOCIATES
Layne Christensen Company
Sandia National Laboratories
U.S. Army Engineer Institute for Water Resources
WDC Exploration and Wells
Zonge Engineering and Research
Exclusive Event Sponsors
Baroid Industrial Drilling Products
Central Arizona Project (lunch)
Haley & Aldrich, Inc. (reception)
Instrumentation Northwest (break)
Lewis and Roca, LLP (break)
Malcolm Pirnie (ice-breaker)
The Nature Conservancy (break)
ACZ Laboratories, Inc.
American Institute of Hydrologists
Arizona Geological Survey
Boart Longyear Products
Boart Longyear Environmental and Infrastructure Drilling Services
Electronic Data Solutions
Engineering and Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Intermountain Environmental, Inc.
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration — National Weather Service
National Water Research Institute
National Water Surveying
Oglebay Norton Industrial Sands, Inc.
Orange Coast Analytical
Rocky Mountain Research Station — U.S. Forest Service
Solinst Canada, Ltd.
SWCA Environmental Consultants
TAM International, Inc.
Transwest Geochem, Inc.
Water Sustainability Program — University of Arizona