One of the Landrieu family member’s business is repaving Bourbon Street. It’s been in the traffic advisory news, and caused frustration for businesses, tourists, and motorists, but the news agencies are not reporting on who is doing the work. Landrieu Concrete and Cement Industries is working on the $6 million infrastructure overhaul.
Landrieu Concrete Owner, Renee Landrieu’s, Core Message:
Our Vision for Landrieu Concrete and Cement Industries (LCCI) business is to be the first choice for ready-mix concrete solutions in the Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast Region. The Landrieu Concrete team, in conjunction with its strategic cement, chemical, fly-ash collaborators, Quality Control specialists, and concrete deployment partners, pledge to at all times implement this vision with the highest standards of integrity. We can assure the customer that the entire Landrieu Concrete business lives our mission and core values as a “Customer Centric” organization that is fully committed to delivering at all times on its promises.
Who We Are…
Landrieu Concrete & Cement Industries (LCCI), was founded in 2012. Landrieu Concrete & Cement Industries are Woman Owned, Certified Small Disadvantaged Businesses, WBENC, and WOSB.
The contractor who was awarded the repaving job is Hardrock Construction. Several sources close the The Hayride say Hardrock has subbed out other work to LCCI, specifically at the new hospital in New Orleans East and the new expansion at the airport.
Overall, new utilities are being installed in the 100, 200, and 300 blocks of Bourbon Street. The concrete project includes asphalt placement, repaving the roadway in concrete, installing new sidewalks in some areas, and installing curb ramps that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The closure will last an anticipated 75 days.
Between the non-compliant parking lots owned by the Moon kids, the number of Landrieu’s on the public payroll, and who knows how many profiting in the private sector from government work, Mitch Landrieu has New Orleans operating as the Landrieu family fiefdom at the taxpayers’ expense.