Provides environmental, industrial hygiene, and health and
safety consulting services to government and industry.
Michele M. Twilley, DrPH, CIH | President
Dr. Twilley oversees all aspects of Aria Environmental’s support activities including hazardous materials investigations, exposure and risk assessments, indoor air quality investigations, asbestos and lead compliance activities and regulatory compliance training. She is the investigational lead for Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), laboratory decommissioning studies, remediation design and health and safety plan development for hazardous waste site activities. Dr. Twilley has environmental, health and safety consulting experience in an array of occupation settings including, but not limited to: housing; research, testing and educational laboratories; health care; military installations; industrial manufacturing; educational facilities; government buildings and construction sites. Dr. Twilley has specialized training in the performance of cancer and non-cancer risk assessments. She uses this training for the determination of risk-based corrective action (RBCA) for soil and ground water contaminants. This information is used to determine site controls, worker protection, air monitoring requirements and remediation end points. MTwilley Resume
Brian Sciorilli | Project Manager
Mr. Sciorilli has experience in planning, coordinating, and implementing a variety of projects in the fields of public and environmental health, industrial hygiene, lead and asbestos abatement and occupational safety. Mr. Sciorilli serves as the lead investigator supporting Architectural and Engineering (A&E) firms in the identification of hazardous materials which may potentially impact renovation or demolition activities. Mr. Sciorilli served as the Environmental, Health and Safety Compliance Officer during the decommissioning of ghost fleet vessels under the Department of the Navy and US Department of Transportation, Ship Dismantling Program. He provided hazardous materials sampling (e.g., asbestos, heavy metals, PCBs, petroleum, oils and lubricants in ballast water and materials of ship construction), interpretation of results, hazardous materials abatement project monitoring and safety training. Brian Sciorilli Resume
Julie M. Barth, CIH, CSP, LEED Green Associate | Project Manager
Ms. Barth is our resident expert in conducting exposure assessments, indoor air quality complaint investigations and LEED air quality testing. She has performed assessments on military installations and in museums, laboratories, schools, hospitals, for public utilities and private industry. She develops site specific sampling and analysis plans to evaluate work place hazards utilizing real time instrumentation, conventional and innovative industrial hygiene techniques. Using the data collected during the field investigation, her observations and collaboration with the customer, Ms. Barth develops organizational specific health and safety programs. Julie Barth Resume