Peter J. McGlew, P.G., LSP
Peter McGlew is a licensed Professional Geologist (P.G.) and a Massachusetts Licensed Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professional (LSP) with more than 35 years of environmental consulting experience. Peter has directed remedial investigations, feasibility studies, and remedial designs at 30 Superfund Sites and many hazardous waste sites. He has performed groundwater and surface water modeling at complex hazardous waste sites to assess appropriate remedial alternative responses. He has managed complex remedial response operations and simulated subsurface chemical fate and transport including dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) and light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) transport in soils and fractured bedrock. Peter has conducted many hydrogeologic studies for contaminated site exploration and groundwater supply protection.
Peter has a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, a Master of Arts in Geology from Boston University and Post Graduate work in Earth Sciences from University of New Hampshire.
George C. Holt, P.G.
George Holt has over 28 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry. He manages hazardous waste and petroleum release hydrogeologic studies, soil and groundwater remediation projects, water supply explorations and permitting studies, indoor air quality assessments, industrial hazardous building material surveys, asbestos inspections and environmental site assessments.
George has Bachelor of Arts degrees in Geology and Political Science from University of Rochester, New York and post-graduate work in Hydrogeology from Portland State University in Portland, Oregon.
George is a Registered New Hampshire Professional Geologist and Asbestos Inspector, an Oregon Registered Geologist and a Washington Licensed Hydrogeologist.
Kathryn A. Ward, P.E.
As Principal Engineer, Katy is responsible for conducting multi-media environmental compliance assessments, environmental permitting, air quality engineering, site assessments, site characterizations, and site remediation. She has successfully worked with various institutional clients including hospitals, educational institutions, maintenance facilities, and various industrial facilities including wood priming and painting, chemical manufacturing, structural steel manufacturing, hi-tech manufacturers, and food production. Katy has successfully assisted her clients with obtaining required federal and state permits including stormwater discharge permits, industrial wastewater permits, Title V air permits, and State Permit to Operate air permits by assessing rule applicability and negotiating with regulators to minimize often burdensome recordkeeping and reporting requirements. She also assists facilities with interpretation of complex requirements and prepares best practice procedures to ensure continuing compliance or improve existing management systems.
Katy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University, is a registered Professional Engineer in New Hampshire, and is a New Hampshire Certified Hazardous Waste Coordinator.
Cheryl A. Bentley, E.I.T.
Cheryl currently manages hazardous waste and petroleum contamination studies, soil and groundwater remediation projects, and vapor intrusion site remediation projects, as well as conducts environmental site assessments. Cheryl has assisted clients with assessment of potential stormwater discharges, preparation of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans, Multi-Sector General Permit compliance, and preparation of Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans. Cheryl has successfully assisted her clients with wastewater permit requirements, landfill gas sampling requirements, and design of a sub-slab depressurization system.
Cheryl has over four years of experience in the environmental consulting industry and over 15 years of experience working as a wildlife biologist. Her past experience includes wildlife management at the Lebanon, Nashua, and Rochester, New Hampshire landfills and animal control at the Lebanon, New Hampshire Airport and the Atlantic City International Airport in Pomona, New Jersey. She has experience with wetlands delineation, plant, animal, and invertebrae identification, and ecological studies.
Cheryl has a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Management from the University of Maine at Orono and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from University of New Hampshire and is a registered Engineer in Training.
Ian R. Clarke, E.I.T.
As an Engineer, Ian is responsible for conducting site assessments, environmental permitting, site characterizations, site remediation, asbestos inspections, and site conditions modelling in 2D and 3D space. He has successfully worked with various institutional clients including hospitals, educational institutions, maintenance facilities, and various industrial facilities including chemical manufacturing, structural concrete manufacturing, hi-tech manufacturers, and waste facilities. Ian has successfully assisted his clients with preparing federal and state permits including stormwater discharge permits, industrial wastewater permits, and leak detection and repair permits. He also assists with state required permitting and monitoring related to issues such as contaminated groundwater to achieve compliance and effective remediation in a cost effective manner to the clients.
Ian has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire, is a registered Engineer in Training in New Hampshire, and is a certified Asbestos Inspector.
Kate Kerin graduated from Colby College in May, 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degrees in Geology and Cinema Studies. At Colby, Kate became interested in hydrogeological studies and groundwater remediation during an intensive hydrogeology course she took in January of her senior year.
As a field technician, Kate’s responsibilities at Aries include sampling for soil and groundwater remediation projects. In the office she manages data entry, models site conditions using ArcGIS, and assists with State required permitting and monitoring.
Kathleen M. Doyle
Kathleen Doyle has over forty years’ experience as an Office Administrator. Her professional experience includes: organizing and coordinating administration duties and office procedures, prepares payroll; achieves financial objectives by preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; producing monthly financial reports, initiating corrective actions, processes monthly A/P activity, oversees A/R processing, controlling correspondence; designing filing systems; reviewing and approving supply requests; assigning and monitoring clerical functions and providing general administrative support to our employees.
Kathleen has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Franklin Pierce College.
Ms. Hedglin’s responsibilities are to provide administrative assistance to the Office Administrator and Project Managers. Ms. Hedglin performs accounts receivable functions which include processing time submitted by staff, inputting subcontractor and field related expenses, producing project invoices, processing payment receipts and assisting project managers in maintaining project budgets. Ms. Hedglin is also responsible for setting up and maintaining all accounting files for clients, and for obtaining subcontractor agreements and insurance certificates. For those clients that qualify, Ms. Hedglin prepares and submits applications for reimbursement to NHDES Petroleum Fund program.
Patsy is responsible for performing clerical duties in an office setting. She assists staff by typing documents and correspondence, assists in A/P data entry, receiving, sorting and distributing incoming mail, filing, answering and directing phone calls, greeting clients, photocopying, and scanning documents.
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Our New Look
After three decades, Aries is unveiling an updated logo and website. Our new logo includes a new symbol, fresh colors, and an updated font. We chose a new logo that reflects a simple, modern look with a subtle environmental connection to reflect the work we do. We feel the new look symbolizes our evolution over the past 30 years.