Ariel previously worked as an analyst for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue’s Underground Storage Tank Petroleum Product Cleanup Fund (“21J”) evaluating reimbursement submissions for technical and financial compliance with the program’s regulations. Following her undergraduate degree, she had worked for a private environmental consulting firm in Connecticut, assisting with hazardous waste and environmental remediation activities, and the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), working on the New England Lakes and Ponds Project (NELP).
At Cooperstown Environmental, Ariel will split her duties between assisting with the firm’s consulting engineering efforts and coordinating the firm’s leading Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit consulting practice. Outside of the office, Ariel is an avid baker and enjoys cycling, rock climbing, and hiking with her dogs.
Laura Mobley also joined Cooperstown Environmental LLC as Office Manager to assist with a variety of administrative duties related to the firm’s MCP, sustainability, Brownfields, and other projects. She previously worked as Office Manager in Andover and prior to that was involved in the hospitality industry with positions at Liberty Mutual, The Charles Hotel, and the Boston Celtics. She has served as a Guardian Ad Litem (CASA) in Essex County and volunteered with several other charitable groups. Laura attended The Ohio State University, where she was a member of the golf team and was a rated chess player.
Cooperstown Environmental LLC is an environmental engineering consulting firm based in Andover, Massachusetts that provides high-quality, practical, and cost-effective engineering and environmental consulting services to businesses, property owners, institutions, government agencies, and the legal community. We also are the authority on the Brownfields Tax Credit program. The program began in 1998 as part of an effort to encourage and provide an incentive for the cleanup of contaminated sites, sometimes known as Brownfield sites, by allowing environmental costs to be recovered.