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A vacant, city-owned lot in a rapidly developing area of Boston was redeveloped into commercial (first floor) and residential (upper floors) space to provide housing for low-income residents of Boston.
A vacant textile mill in Brockton’s city center was significantly renovated and redeveloped to residential apartments with indoor parking areas.
A paper manufacturer engaged Loureiro Engineering for an Energy Use Assessment and identified 28% in reduction opportunities for their energy use.
Loureiro was retained to perform a phased characterization of 2,200 linear feet of brook, 2 ponds, and a 1 acre inland wetland located in Connecticut for a large industrial manufacturing facility.
CBRE Global Workplace Solutions is responsible for a large array of wastes derived from their responsibility to keep facilities running regardless of weather or operational challenges.
A total of 28 individual machines were assessed within a maintenance and manufacturing area of over 1 million square feet.
Georgetown University was building and populating Regents Hall, a 154,000 square-foot, state of the art research and teaching facility for biology, chemistry, and physics.
When a global aerospace manufacturing corporation acquired a competing aerospace manufacturing company, they called on Loureiro to be their trusted partner during the integration.
Loureiro has been contracted by a large manufacturer in Connecticut as an on-call professional to provide a variety of tasks on the manufacturer’s equipment.
A Loureiro client site in Clinton, CT had high levels of zinc, detected in some of the groundwater locations.
Tunxis laboratories, LLC (Tunxis) has been collecting and analyzing wastewater, groundwater, and drinking water samples for a small private school in northwest Connecticut for over 15 years.
Loureiro was contracted by a Connecticut-based pharmaceutical manufacturer to assist with the decontamination and removal of vacuum lines associated with their animal cage vacuum system and a surgical room vacuum system.
Loureiro provided a large, industrial manufacturer with professional resources to perform the decontamination and decommissioning of a 260,000 square foot manufacturing facility.
A large parts manufacturing facility engaged Loureiro Facility Services to provide annual cleaning plus concrete and tank integrity inspection services for chrome and cadmium cyanide plating line containments.
A realty company in Southern Connecticut purchased a five-story building that was previously used as a furniture store, to remodel it into an apartment building.
Loureiro was contracted for the design and installation of a Wastewater Treatment System (WWTS) Upgrade.
The Allied Leather Tannery Complex Site has a long history of industrial use dating back to the mid-1800s, including long-time use as a textile mill up until the 1940s.
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.
Loureiro Engineering was contracted for the design and installation of a Closed Loop Wastewater Treatment & Recycling System (WWT&RS).
A large-scale organics management company entered into a contract to own and operate a new processing facility serving the local community.
The Town of Seymour, Connecticut issued a Request-for-Proposal (RFP) for design services for the renovation of three Town buildings including the Library, Town Hall and Police Department.
Supreme Forest Products, Inc. and Quantum Biopower Southington LLC assembled a variety of parcels for redevelopment in an industrial area in Southington, Connecticut.
Loureiro was retained by Skala Partners, LLC, a real estate development and management company, to provide civil and environmental engineering and survey services to permit and construct a 101 residential unit mixed use development in Fairfield, Connecticut.
Loureiro Engineering’s Energy Division has provided many different energy trainings for both state utilities and private organizations such as the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE).
Loureiro’s Energy Division helps a large aerospace manufacturer achieve energy savings toward their target greenhouse gas reduction goals.
A Kaizen Energy Treasure Hunt is a 2-4 day lean manufacturing improvement event where energy saving opportunities are found with the purpose of immediate action.
A bread manufacturing company in Southern Connecticut, engaged Loureiro to conduct an Energy Use Assessment to help them identify ways to reduce energy consumption in their bakery.
A large biopharmaceutical company hired Loureiro to assist in ISO certification of three large manufacturing sites, with the first one being in Europe.
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.
Loureiro Contractors, Inc. (LCI) performed site and concrete work for a major upgrade of the electrical service to the Yale Sterling Chemistry Laboratory (SCL) Building.
Loureiro Contractors, Inc. was the trade contractor for the site excavation, utilities, and piles package for the construction of the Norwalk Water Pollution Control Facility/Wet Weather Preliminary Treatment System.