luuceo is a small, entirely women-owned sustainability and strategic solutions firm based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, with active projects across Canada and in the United States. We collaborate with organizations and project teams to implement sustainability, risk, and resilience best practices. We have worked on infrastructure projects and programs ranging from 1M to $4.65B in capital cost and spanning a variety of delivery models (including design-bid-build, design-build, public private partnerships, integrated design, and other alternative delivery models). These projects cover a wide array of industries, including transportation (public transit infrastructure and roadways), flood and stormwater management, port and airport expansion, wastewater and water treatment, and campus development. Beyond infrastructure projects, we work with clients on an organizational level to develop implementable and impactful strategies to support long-term sustainability and resilience. We facilitate collaborative working sessions with multi-disciplinary groups, project teams, and stakeholders. Leveraging non-traditional approaches to sustainability and resilience, our solutions are driven by holistic, integrated, and process-oriented methods. Learn more about our projects below.
We worked with luuceo in development of a net zero plan. luuceo’s role in this project was to ensure the emissions scenarios and results acknowledged the existing corporate initiatives in an appropriate manner, additionally helping us strategize and realize key project communication deliverables. We found luuceo’s participation in our project to provide good value; the company has keen, energetic staff that are informed, interested and easy to collaborate with.
luuceo provided our team with valuable knowledge and insight into assessing the economic impact connected to our recent company growth across several provinces. It was interesting to hear the thoughts and ideas of Bronwyn and Quin as we collaborated on this project. They had a strong handle on how to assess short and long term local impact of our product manufacturing. We would highly recommend working with this team if you are currently scaling your company or product manufacturing and need to better understand how the expansion impacts job creation and local economic growth.