The historic four-story Lincoln Hotel was opened in 1955. It was initially created as a place for African Americans to stay when they were almost always turned away from white-owned establishments. Legendary musicians from all across the world have stayed and performed, including Aretha Franklin, James Brown, BB King, Duke Ellington and more! The property has been vacant since the 1980s and will finally be restored.
New Life Center – Targeted Brownfields AssessmentKerry Meaux2023-02-15T10:31:23-06:00
The New Life Center site is part of the downtown Revitalization Plan being developed with the City of Opelousas, the Acadiana Planning Commission (APC), and the Center for Planning Excellence (CPEX) and a target property fro a Local Foods, Local Places grant.
Historic Rehabilitation and Renovation of United Fruit Company BuildingsKerry Meaux2023-03-23T16:54:41-05:00
Leaaf Environmental, LLC (Leaaf) provided asbestos and lead remediation services as part of the historic rehabilitation and renovation of the of the United Fruit Company Building and four neighboring properties for adaptive reuse into a single hospitality redevelopment.
St. Luc French Immersion and Cultural CampusKerry Meaux2023-02-15T10:33:49-06:00
The site served as a rural community hospital from the 1960s-2000s that was part of the Hill Burton federal grant program and the First Hospital District of St. Martin and St. Landry Parishes.
Historic Priestley School Buildingfirefly-wp2023-02-15T10:38:33-06:00
From 2014 to 2020, Leaaf worked with Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans (LFNO) to
Morgan City Steam Plantfirefly-wp2023-02-15T10:39:12-06:00
Contract: Leaaf is currently under contract with JESCO Environmental & Geotechnical Services, Inc. (JESCO)
St. Ann Square Apartmentsfirefly-wp2023-02-15T10:39:29-06:00
The St. Ann Square is located next to the historic Shrine of St. Ann
TexAmerica HospitalKerry Meaux2023-02-15T10:42:03-06:00
Location: Hooks, Texas Purpose: The sites are the location of the former Lone Star Army
LA State Capital Building Improvementsfirefly-wp2023-02-15T10:42:44-06:00
As part of a larger project to improve exterior waterproofing at the Louisiana State Capitol Building, Leaaf provided asbestos, lead, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) support services.