For the seventh year in a row Cooperstown Environmental attended the Mathematics & Science for Minority Students (MS2) career fair held at Phillips Academy. MS2 has been bringing students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds to Andover since 1977 to spend their summers not only studying math and science, but also developing aspirations for their futures. This competitive and demanding program is free of charge for all students selected. [caption id="attachment_3129" align="alignleft" width="300"] Eric Andrews talking with students at MS2[/caption] The group from Cooperstown Environmental included Project Engineer Eric Andrews and Environmental Technician Eric Gulbicki. Cooperstown spoke with students about the opportunities
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Cooperstown Environmental President James T. Curtis, PE, LSP, recently presented at the Environmental Business Council's (EBC) 2019 Brownfields Seminar. The talk, called "Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit – What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You", included a brief introduction to the tax credit program and some of the pitfalls that can waylay an otherwise good application. This well attended event included talks from other environmental professionals and state government employees. Slides from the talk are available online. Cooperstown Environmental is the recognized authority and market leader on the Brownfields Tax Credit program. We have submitted hundreds of successful applications on behalf
What can be done with excess soil generated during site redevelopment activities which cannot be reused onsite? Determining how to manage this excess soil is a complicated process, even for those who deal with the issue daily. The costs associated with properly managing excess soil can vary greatly depending on the contents of the soil and the paperwork associated with finding and approving a facility to accept the material often takes at least a month. To minimize these costs and avoid unexpected delays, it is best to hire an environmental consulting firm, such as Cooperstown Environmental, prior to breaking ground.
Cooperstown Environmental LLC Supports VietAID’s Housing Development with the Massachusetts Brownfield Tax Credit
The Upper Washington Apartments offers 35 affordable residential units in a mixed use and affordable housing development in the Four Corners neighborhood of Dorchester. These apartments include a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments as well as 3,200 square feet of commercial/retail space. The apartment buildings include a community room, laundry facilities, and 25 parking spaces. Developed by Boston-based Vietnamese-American Initiative for Development, Inc. (VietAID), the project sits close to the MBTA Commuter Rail Fairmount Line, and brings essential density and definition to the neighborhood. Cooperstown Environmental LLC, an acknowledged authority on the Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit program, helped
James T. Curtis, PE, LSP President, Cooperstown Environmental LLC Q: My site isn’t in an area designated as an Economically Distressed Area (EDA) according to the state, but it seems like it should be. Am I out of luck? A: It depends… while there are some areas that are correctly not listed as EDAs, there are a number of instances where the list of EDAs has not been updated in a timely manner. That is, a town or city or an area within a town or city may have been designated an EDA since the list on the Department of