Langan Connecticut Experience
Langan provides an integrated mix of engineering and environmental consulting services in support of land development projects, corporate real estate portfolios, and the energy industry. Our clients include developers, property owners, public agencies, corporations, institutions, and energy companies around the world. Founded in 1970, Langan employs over 1,100 professionals in over 30 offices nationwide.
For over 20 years, our office in New Haven has worked with the City and many of the local owners, builders, architects, and other consultants on numerous projects including Yale University, New Haven Public Schools, New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority, Ronald McDonald House of Connecticut, Stop & Shop, ACES Little Theatre and many others.
As our communities expand and grow, new challenges are faced as the benefits of blended, walkable communities outweigh traditional developments. Langan has been on the forefront of these growing residential necessities. We have provided our services to a number of mixed-use developments from dense, urban areas to more spacious communities worldwide.
Yale New Haven Hospital – Emergency Room
Yale University – 493 College Street
New Haven, CT
Shawmut Design & Construction
STUDIO ABK Architects, LLC
Spiegel Zamecnik & Shah Inc.
Yale University – GIS Mapping & Data Management
Olive + Wooster (87 Union Street)
Ronald McDonald House
Long Wharf Responsible Growth Plan
The Boathouse at Canal Dock
North Haven Senior Living
Blue Back Square
Connecticut Building Congress, TEAM Awards, First Place, Major Renovation
Westport Historic District Commission, 2017 Historic Preservation Award (Rehabilitation)
ASLA Merit Award Landscape Architectural Design (Municipal | Public Spaces Category)
The SoNo Collection
Goodwin College Early Childhood Magnet School
The Morgan School
Francis Walsh Intermediate School
UCHC Outpatient Pavilion and Parking Garage
The UCHC Ambulatory Care Complex is a design-build project with an aggressive delivery schedule. The project includes a 300,000 square-foot medical building and six-story parking garage. Langan is providing engineering, environmental permitting and surveying services. Site challenges include existing wetlands that require filling, a mass excavation over more than 70 feet in some areas, a need for flood management verification, and significant utility upgrades and reconfigurations on an active health care campus. The site design will incorporate environmentally sensitive stormwater techniques and the team is seeking LEED Silver certification for the project.
- 2016 Connecticut Building Congress Project Team Award – First Place for New Construction
University of Connecticut – Innovation Partnership Building
2018 AIA Connecticut Design Award
University of Connecticut – Gateway at Fine Arts
University of Connecticut – NextGen Hall
University of Connecticut