The twin culvert replacement project consisted of two 29-inch by 42-inch corrugated metal pipes conveying stormwater from a drainage swale under Bisson Avenue to a submerged outlet at the bottom of a bank into the Winnipesaukee River.
Sport and Medical Sciences Academy in Hartford, Connecticut engaged Loureiro as the demolition, remediation, site and concrete trade contractor for the construction of its new 195,000 sq. ft. facility.
A large manufacturing company in Connecticut retained Loureiro to perform the remediation of wetlands/watercourses that had been impacted with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, and various other organic compounds.
A real estate company in Norwalk, Connecticut retained Loureiro to provide civil, SMEP, and environmental services and Loureiro Contractors, Inc. and WorkWaste to provide construction and waste management services during construction.