Who we are
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, Inc. is a certified Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE), and Local Business Enterprise (LBE) in the City of Los Angeles.
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We believe that sustainable businesses not only reduce ecological footprint and use resources responsibly, but also connect and engage people, embrace equality, leverage innovation, and turn risks into opportunities.
We are committed to sustainability without compromise: the alignment of environment, collaboration, and value.
Sustainability is one of the 3COTECH’s core business values embedded across all operations. We aim to follow and promote good sustainability practices, reduce the environmental impacts of all our activities and help our clients and partners to do the same.
A “big-picture” thinker who is redefining sustainability.
Kat Janowicz, MSME, MBA, CEM, ENV SP, LEED GA is a leader and strategist with expertise in business strategy, transformative technologies, and stakeholder engagement. She has more than twenty-three years of international experience in energy, transportation, freight, and logistics real estate. Her expertise includes a holistic approach to the total asset lifecycle and spans from planning through construction to operations and maintenance.
She managed large commercial and industrial facilities, and infrastructure projects. Accomplished in process and performance improvements, international contract negotiations in North America and Europe, as well as multidisciplinary engineering and business consultancy, she coached, mentored, and advised, both start-ups and established firms.
Kat is an active member of trade associations and serves on nonprofit boards, including FuturePorts, Harbor Association of Industry and Commerce, and Metro Sustainability Council.
She maintains strong relationships with key elected and appointed officials and their staff at the international, federal, state and local levels, with a focus on seaports, airports, and transportation agencies. Being involved in the community through volunteering in various non-profit organizations, she advocated for policies and projects to strengthen regional economic development. She organized and participated in coalitions to address energy and emission related issues. She developed business strategies for national and international transportation and energy markets and remains a driving force for energy-related procurements.
Kat frequently speaks at conferences helping her audience think more holistically and expand their perception, encouraging brainstorming, and inspiring new ideas.
Her upcoming book about the green ports’ initiative is intended to serve as an inspiration and guide on sustainable development and stakeholder engagement for ports and communities around the world.
Business Development and Government Relations Consultant for City Builders.
Mark has over 25 years of experience managing complex projects and programs related to infrastructure development, corporate strategic performance and private procurement, including 15 for Fortune 500 and Fortune Global 500 companies. Mark has been recognized with a global "Market Maker" award by one of the 10 largest construction companies in the world, and an “Invaluable Project Contributions” award by Europe’s largest engineering conglomerate. In addition, as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force Auxiliary, Mark has twice been decorated with the Meritorious Service Award for "achievements and services which are clearly outstanding and unmistakably exceptional."
As founder and principal of Kempton Strategies LLC, Mark leads a team of experts providing business and project development as well as government affairs services to transportation and goods movement sector clients.
Prior to starting Kempton Strategies, Mark was responsible for the development of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in the Western United States and Canada for Skanska, a Fortune Global 500 Company and one of the 10 largest construction companies in the world. In this role, Mark identified and assessed public projects for private partnership potential and then led those projects through to commercial and financial close, significantly contributing to Skanska’s growth objectives in North America. Mark also spent time as Director of Strategic Performance for Skanska’s heavy civil business unit in North America, supporting the executive team in the development and execution of corporate strategy, including the integration of separately-acquired businesses into Skanska’s best performing business unit during a period of global economic downturn.
Aviation Consultant for airport planning and development, airport land use strategy, and regional transportation initiatives.
Dorota Skrzypek’s airport work includes analysis for large master planning efforts at Los Angeles International Airport, managing planning efforts at general aviation airports in the State of New York, airspace analysis, regulatory evaluation of environmental reports, and land use analysis for developments on and off airport property.
Most recently, Dorota was part of the team that that successfully transferred ownership of Ontario International Airport (ONT) to the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) from Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). During the transfer, Dorota was responsible for managing the ALTA Survey, Exhibit A, and Airport Layout Plan updating efforts, updating the Airport Certification Manual and Airport Security Program for the new airport authority, transfer of engineering and environmental records as well as the transfer of all environmental permitting from LAWA to the OIAA. After transfer, Dorota Skrzypek worked with the OIAA to structure its project and procurement processes (including its DBE and ACDBE programs and NEPA/CEQA Guidelines), manage its engineering and environmental departments (including submission and approval of several CATEX documents for capital projects), build a $200 million capital improvement program, and ensure FAA Part 139 regulatory requirements were met.