Mariam Atooka
New York

450 Seventh Avenue
Suite 2906
New York, NY 10123
Tel: 929-447-5500
Fax: 929-447-5507

Mariam Atooka

Senior Associate

Mariam Atooka provides CPM scheduling of construction projects, along with analysis and preparation of delay and disruption disputes. Mariam has experience in design and project management for large-scale infrastructure projects, construction supervision, claims analysis, and design/constructability dispute resolution. Prior to CPMI, Mariam worked for three years as a field completions engineer in the oil and gas industry, where she directed a team of personnel as they performed hydraulic fracturing and drill-out operations. Her experience includes reviewing project documents, performing safety inspections, and ensuring projects remain on schedule and within budget.

Education
  • Texas A&M University, B.S., Petroleum Engineering
Project Highlights
Oil and Gas Completion – Oversaw 40 well sites over the period of three years. Managed on-time schedule for completion jobs with minimal delays and performed equipment inspections to ensure safety and ease of installation. Directed 35 employees daily as they performed various tasks around the completion site, ensuring their safety and efficiency. Delivered measurable results to management, investors, rig workers, and associated stakeholders in the oil, gas, and environmental services domain. Responsible for project management, financial oversight, forecasting, and quality control.

Instrument Air Project – Conducted analysis between solar, purchased power, and natural gas generators to select the most economical option for oil and gas transporting facilities in South Texas. Ran ROI calculations to determine short-term/long-term viability of various emission reduction solutions and reduced daily carbon emissions by 29.5K metric tons across South Texas.

Mineral Acquisition – Facilitated the sale of $40M in mineral acquisitions by performing reservoir engineering analysis. Worked to create type curve-data bases, mapping over 1,000 wells in the process. Utilized type-curves, economic data, and completion analysis to aid in locating areas primed for investing.