3COTECH, Inc. is dedicated to helping public and private clients integrate profitable sustainability, energy, and resiliency into their business operations while improving their bottom line. We specialize in strategic planning, risk management, and process improvements for infrastructure and industrial clients in ports, goods movement, and transportation markets.
3COTECH, Inc. is registered as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Very Small Business Enterprise (VSBE) in the State of California, and Local Business Enterprise (LBE) in the Greater Los Angeles Area, as well as a Women Owned Business (WOB), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and DOT Certified DBE for Federal contracting.
3COTECH, Inc. is Envision Qualified Company for sustainable infrastructure.
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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“Your contribution to the Port of Long Beach (POLB) Risk Management proposal was highly valued by the Cardno team and me. Your strategic inputs to the proposal and active participation in the interview with the POLB for this contract were one of the key elements of this successful pursuit.”
“(Kat Janowicz, Principal, 3COTECH) has been highly effective in providing processes improvements that have led to higher quality deliverables which was recognized by the client.”
“(Kat Janowicz, Principal, 3COTECH) leads by example, values timely delivery of results, and fosters open communication.”
“On behalf of Shell Pipeline Company, West Coast Facility Engineering, I would like to take this opportunity to commend your exceptional efforts in supporting Shell’s Western Region 2013 and 2014 Supply & Distribution (S&D) Project Development program and project execution in 2013.”
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Strategic Energy Sustainability Planning Presentation at AAPA Marine Terminal Management Training Program