Happy New Year! We have some exciting announcements to start of 2016. First, we would like to introduce our newest employee, Emily Reeves. Emily has a Masters in Public Health, over 13 years of consulting experience and knowledge of risk assessment, which … Continue reading
Leaaf Environmental has been awarded one of five contracts with the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) to conduct state-wide, right-of-way environmental inspections including asbestos. Leaaf will most likely be working regionally with the DOTD on an as-needed basis.
Leaaf Environmental is excited to announce that they were recently awarded the City of New Orleans Environmental Consulting, Fuel Services Management, and Related Services Contract. Work is expected to begin in October, and Leaaf is looking forward to working with the … Continue reading
Leaaf provided environmental support services for the preparation of a Demolition of Guste Low Rise and Site Preparation Scope of Work for the Guste III Project Development Phase for Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO). Phase 1 ESAs: Leaaf conducted a … Continue reading
Leaaf Environmental was recently showcased, along with the prime consultant, in an article on Nola.com regarding our exciting new contract with the Regional Planning Commission. Read the article here!
The 2nd Annual Purple Pants Party presented by Leaaf Environmental, LLC was hosted on Saturday, November 15th, at the Civic Theater. The Purple Pants Party is an annual fundraiser for the Ian G. Thompson Foundation, which aims to raise funding for research … Continue reading
Leaaf is pleased to announce that Kelly Caris has joined our team as Administrative Assistant. She recently completed a 2-year program with AmeriCorps which was focused on watershed restoration in Appalachia Ohio, and has experience conducting chemical and biological surface … Continue reading
Leaaf is proud to announce it has expanded its offices to better accommodate its growing staff and service its client base. This neighboring facility includes a 12-person conference room and training center to host Red Cross, Lead, RRP and other training programs.
Claire Renault has been elected as Vice President of theLouisiana Brownfields Association. In addition to this newly elected role, Claire serves on the Board of Directors for Planning District 1. The Louisiana Brownfields Association, through community outreach and education, promotes a … Continue reading
Claire Renault is now a certified Professional Geologist for the State of Louisiana. Leaaf congratulates Jesse Hoppes who was accepted as a Board Member for the Harvey Canal Industrial Association. The HCIA Board of Directors work hard to be the voice of the business community … Continue reading