Anthony Richard – Chair
Esmond Carr – Vice Chair
Thomas G. Fierke – Secretary
Board Meetings are generally scheduled for the 4th Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Due to conflicts, pandemic, and other reasons, board meetings may be rescheduled. Check the Calendar page for updates on current dates and any rescheduled meetings.
|Tuesday Meetings||Thursday Meetings|
(3rd Tuesday of Month @ 2:30 p.m.)
Renee Lapeyrolerie– Chair
Thomas Fierke – Vice Chair
(3rd Thursday of Month @ 2:30 p.m.)
Robert Dorant – Chair
Thomas Fierke – Vice Chair
(3rd Tuesday of Month @ 3:30 p.m.)
Dawn Hebert– Chair
Renee Lapeyrolerie– Vice Chair
|COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE |
(3rd Thursday of Month @ 3:30 p.m.)
Howard Rodgers – Chair
Thomas Fierke– Vice Chair
(3rd Tuesday of Month @ 4:30 p.m.)
Esmond Carr – Chair
Stan Brien – Vice Chair
(3rd Thursday of Month @ 4:30 p.m.)
Sean Bruno – Chair
Stan Brien-Vice Chair
NEW ORLEANS – The Non-Flood Protection Asset Management Authority of the Orleans Levee District (The Authority) is seeking qualified firms to submit applications to be certified as Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) businesses. The Authority, over the next few years, will be engaged in Rehabilitation Projects at the New Orleans Lakefront Airport area and its Assets.
Through the Louisiana Unified Certification Program (LAUCP), Firms/businesses that are certified with the Authority are automatically certified and eligible to seek business opportunities with the following agencies as well:
Regional Transit Authority (RTA);
Louisiana State Department of Transportation & Development (DOTD);
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport; and If you are already DBE certified with any of these agencies, you do not need to re-apply for certification in order to meet bidding requirements. To apply to the Authority for DBE certification, please contact Ms. Joan M. Coats, DBE Liaison Officer, at the numbers or email listed below.
In addition, through Reciprocity, businesses that are certified with the Authority can experience expedited certification with the City of New Orleans’ DBE Program.
Commissioner Eugene J. Green, Jr., recently appointed to the Authority’s Board of Directors by Congressman Cedric Richmond, is the new Chairman of the Authority’s Commercial Real Estate Committee. He encourages qualified businesses to be certified by either the Authority or one of the agencies listed above.
As quoted by Commissioner Green:
“There will soon be excellent opportunities to do business with the Authority and those agencies. The Authority will take seriously the importance of its DBE Program and business participation in building a stronger economic base in our community.”
Joan M. Coats, DBE Liaison Officer
Compliance Program Office
Non-Flood Protection Asset Management Authority
6508 Spanish Fort Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124
(504) 286-8130 (office); (504) 286-8131 (fax)
The Non-Flood Protection Asset Management Authority manages, controls, regulates, operates, and maintains any Non-Flood Protection facility or improvement asset or function within a Levee District within the jurisdiction of a flood protection authority. (website: www.nfpama.com)
Congratulations to Commander Corporation, a DBE certified firm, for being the successful bidder on one of the Authority’s project:
“Landmark Apron & Drainage Repairs at the New Orleans Lakefront Airport”
Thank you for joining Orleans Marina and South Shore Harbor!
You are among the lucky boaters who enjoy scenic marinas, within 10 minutes of the Greater New Orleans area, a gateway to Lake Pontchartrain, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast only a few hours away.
We appreciate our long time tenants and their commitment to a safe, pleasant boating experience.
We also appreciate our Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation board members and staff who have a seat on the Authority Board, as well as LPBF staff who work with our staff on mutual interests.
New Orleans Lakefront – The Ironman Triathlon is taking place on Sunday April 17, 2016. The event will cause Lakeshore Drive to be closed from 6:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
New Orleans – This event is co-sponsored by the New Orleans Legislative Delegation. It is one of several opportunities for local contractors, MBE/ DBE businesses and trades to provide their infonnation and speak to the General Contractors procured by GOHSEP for the Shelter at Home Program. Please plan on attending. Bring your business cards and resumes to help your fellow Louisianans’ recover!
WWII AirPower Expo 2016 will gather historic 1940s warbirds and the veteran aviators who flew them for a three-day celebration of airborne might. Presented by The National WWII Museum, the Commemorative Air Force, and the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation, the Expo will offer thrilling aerial demonstrations, aircraft tours, authentic WWII-era entertainment, hands-on activities for adults and children alike, and the opportunity to meet some of the men and women who helped win World War II. Touch the planes and talk to the heroes—November 4 to 6 at New Orleans Lakefront Airport.
The Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon & 1/2 Marathon will start on Poydras Street near Lafayette Square and finish in City Park near Tad Gormley Stadium. The Full & Half Marathon races will begin at 7:30 am. The 10K will start earlier at 7:00 am at St. Charles Street and S Maestri Street. New to 2017 is a Saturday 5K in City Park that will start at 7:15am.