Boca Raton Episode 82 – Richard Lamondin Jr & Lawrence Lamondin – Co-Founders of EcoSystems
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Richard Lamondin Jr / EcoSystems

Richard Lamondin is the Co-Founder and CEO of EcoSystems, a rapidly growing water and energy conservation firm focused on sustainability for the real estate industry. Under Richard’s strategic leadership, EcoSystems is one of the leading water and energy conservation firms in the country, recently recognized as the second-fastest growing firm in Florida and ranked No. 75 on the Inc. 5000.

Richard and his team are making a lasting impact on the environment. Their efforts have saved more than two billion gallons of freshwater, more than 34,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide and more than 49 million kilowatt-hours in energy savings to date. On average, EcoSystems is reducing utility bills by 30-65 percent. One of Richard’s most notable projects is the completion of the “largest water conservation retrofit in Colorado history” according to Denver Water. As a result, Richard is currently directing the administration of Denver Water’s Low Income and Non-Profit conservation program.

In 2019, Richard was selected as Endeavor Miami’s Entrepreneur of the Year and was named one of South Florida Business Journal’s 40 Under 40. He has been recognized for his expertise by Forbes , the Miami Herald , Multifamily Executive magazine, and the National Apartment Association’s Units Magazine . Beyond his role as CEO, Richard previously sat on the board of Miami’s Next Leaders, an organization that recruits, develops, and empowers young progressive leaders to ensure a more sustainable and inclusive Miami for all.

 

Lawrence Lamondin / EcoSystems

Lawrence Lamondin is the Co-Founder and ECO (environmental chief officer) of EcoSystems, overseeing the growth and operations of the water and energy conservation firm. As a result of his leadership and management, Lawrence ensures that the proper tools and people are in place to effectively scale and grow the company and its personnel. The result–in 2019 EcoSystems was named the second-fastest growing firm in Florida and ranked No. 75 on the Inc. 5000.

Since co founding EcoSystems in 2012, Lawrence has fostered a motivating, success-driven environment within the firm, overseeing teams working across more than 30 states. He launched a new energy-savings division in 2019 and oversaw more than 71,500 unit upgrades nationwide. This has resulted in a 30-65 percent reduction in clients’ water and sewer bills and a lasting impact on the environment, saving more than two billion gallons of fresh water, more than 34,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide and more than 49 million kilowatt-hours in energy savings to date.

One of the most notable projects Lawrence led is the completion of the “largest water conservation retrofit in Colorado history” according to Denver Water. As a result, today Lawrence is directing the administration of Denver Water’s Low Income and Non-Profit conservation program. Alongside his brother, Richard Lamondin, Lawrence has built Ecosystems into one of the leading water and energy conservation firms in the country. In 2019, the brothers were selected as Endeavor Miami’s Entrepreneurs of the Year.

 

 

Jason Hill / Client Focused Advisors
(Host)

Roland Kidwell / Adams Center for Entrepreneurship at FAU
(Co-Host)

Richard Lamondin Jr. / EcoSystems
(Guest)

Lawrence Lamondin / EcoSystems
(Guest)