3COTECH helps create strategies and partnerships to efficiently and sustainably move people and goods: on land, at sea, and in the air. We evaluate zero-emission technologies and assess risks to support informed decision-making.
Our lifecycle approach to sustainable infrastructure spans from planning through engineering and construction to operations and maintenance. Accomplished in process improvements, our consultants put a premium on lessons learned and continuous improvement.
We have worked with the San Pedro Bay ports, LA Metro, and other public and private sector clients.
3COTECH is a certified SBE, DBE, WBE and LBE.
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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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HCBF to Award $5 Million for Technologies to Reduce Port-Related Air Emissions in the San Pedro Bay AreaThe HARBOR COMMUNITY BENEFIT FOUNDATION (HCBF) recently announced its plans to award $5 million for technology demonstration projects to reduce port-related air emissions in the San Pedro Bay Area, specifically in the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington. Funding These funds, […]
While energy efficiency is extremely important, today’s energy landscape requires us to look at the bigger picture.
40 years ago, in response to energy crises, energy efficiency (EE) measures were introduced to mitigate petroleum production shortages and associated skyrocketing fuel costs. When the crises ended, the perceived value of EE declined. Fast-forward to the 21st century where climate change and resource depletion can no longer be ignored. Consequently, the magnitude and scale […]
3COTECH has been awarded a contract with the Harbor Community Benefit Foundation (HCBF) to help award $5 million to qualified projects ready to reduce port-related air emissions.
Kat Janowicz has been featured in the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) newsletter.
3COTECH has been awarded a contract with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority for Countywide Sustainability Annual Report and Performance Metrics.
Kat Janowicz has been elected to the Harbor Association of Industry and Commerce 2018 Board of Directors as a 2nd Vice President.