Leonard N. Enriquez founded Cambridge in 2001, some 18 years ago. He has consistently focused the company on solid waste sector projects in the Caribbean Basin, Latin America, and other developing regions. Leonard has an industry track record beginning in the late 1980's, including ten years (1991-2001) as a Vice President for North America with Paris-based Compagnie Générale des Eaux (now Veolia Environnement, the largest Waste Services company in the world). Throughout his solid waste sector career, Mr. Enriquez has specialized in planning, conceptual design, feasibility analysis, development, project management (through operational startup), and contractual negotiations for large-scale, capital-intensive solid waste projects.
By 1998, Veolia was operating nine (9) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plants in North America, for whose performance optimization Mr. Enriquez was responsible.From 1998 through 2001, Mr. Enriquez coordinated the $2 Billion acquisition expansion program for Veolia in North America, increasing its presence from 400 employees and $200 Million in annual revenues to over 3,000 employees and $1 Billion in annual revenues within two years.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and Masters Degree in Logistics a from the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology.