PLAINVILLE, Conn. /eNewsChannels/ — Loureiro Engineering Associates, Inc. announced this week several in-house promotions; it’s all part of its long-term, strategic-growth plan.
Since 1975, Loureiro Engineering has provided the north Atlantic region with engineering, construction, EH&S, energy and waste management services. And with these newly-appointed positions, it is now poised to offer greater penetration of its services and seeks continued expansion in this region.
In-house promotions are as follows:
Jeffery J. Loureiro, P.E., L.E.P., Chief Executive Officer: Loureiro has more than 34 years of experience in management, planning, design, permitting, construction and operation, maintenance and monitoring of a wide variety of projects in civil and environmental engineering. He has worked on projects throughout the U.S. and internationally for some of the world’s largest corporations.
Brian A. Cutler, P.E., L.E.P., President: Cutler has extensive expertise in the development, planning, engineering, evaluation, design and construction administration of various projects in civil and environmental engineering. He is recognized as a leader in the integration of remediation and redevelopment and has worked on some of the largest Brownfield redevelopment projects in Connecticut.
Peter T. Susca, Senior Vice President: Susca brings more than 30 years of environment, health and safety (EHS) leadership and technical expertise to the firm. He has served in an array of EHS executive leadership positions in Fortune 500 multi-national corporations and consulting firms.
David Fiereck, P.E., L.E.P., Vice President: Fiereck has more than 13 years experience in planning, engineering, design, and supervision of environmental projects for private sector and government clients.
Kevin J Bitjeman, L.E.P., Senior Project Manager: Bitjeman has more than 22 years experience in site investigation, remedial-action planning, regulatory support, hazardous building materials, and preparation of related reports.
“I am confident in Cutler’s abilities to lead the day-to-day operations of the engineering, construction and waste management businesses,” says Loureiro. “He has demonstrated creative intensity, ferocious ambition and the courage to take risks without the fear of failure – all of which are critical to our firm’s future success.”
Cutler comments that he is thrilled to see the promotions of Susca, Fiereck and Bitjeman.
“All of these gentlemen have clearly demonstrated excellence in their fields,” says Cutler. “We now have a structure in place that will facilitate organic growth and leverage more opportunities.”
Loureiro has been providing engineering, construction, EH&S, energy and waste management services to a wide variety of public and private clients throughout the Northeast since 1975. Engineering service offerings include: environmental; site; transportation; water and wastewater; underground utilities; land surveying; structural; mechanical; electrical; plumbing; fire protection; and facilities engineering.
Construction capabilities include: heavy and highway; bridge; site development; underground utilities; remediation; demolition; concrete and general contracting.
EH&S services encompass: multi-media consulting and permitting; auditing; training; emergency planning and response; management systems consulting; professional resource support; and transportation compliance.
Energy services include: assessing energy reduction opportunities; energy modeling; training; alternative energy; and energy metrics and reporting.
Waste management capabilities address: management, transportation, and disposal of industrial, construction and universal waste.
Loureiro’s corporate office is in Plainville, Connecticut with satellite offices located in Rockland, Massachusetts; Manchester, New Hampshire; and Wakefield, Rhode Island.
For more information, visit: http://www.Loureiro.com .
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