6A — March 19 - April 15, 2021 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


O wners , D evelopers & M anagers Automotive Avenues project is located on Route 33/3 REDCOM celebrates groundbreaking ceremony

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struction LLC hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate its Automotive Av- enues project located on Route 33/34. Those in attendance in- cluded owners, Bill Solko and Bobby David, and members of the REDCOMDesign & Con- struction LLC team, including Mike Bernard , chief operating officer. Solko’s sons, N oah & Matthew Solko , and Automo- tive Avenues’ marketing man- ager, Lauren Mazzara , also attended the ceremony. Bernard kicked off the cer- emony with a speech welcoming all attendees to the celebra- tion. The speech was followed by photos with the ceremonial golden shovels. Each attendee received a goodie bag with a bunch of REDCOM swag, including beanies, pens, car magnets, and face masks. REDCOM is completing an 11,375 s/f addition to the ex- isting 12,305 s/f dealership. The team will also work on a renovation to the dealership’s façade, and they just recently completed a new satellite park- ing lot. In other news, The Church of the Little Flower in Berke- ley Heights, NJ celebrated its grand opening by holding

Shown from left: Daniel Ochoa-Diaz, on-site superintendent, Brian Dick, project architect, Matthew Solko, Noah Solko, Mike Bernard, COO at REDCOM, Bill Solko & Bobby David, owners of Automotive Avenues, Thomas Sorrentino, Assistant project manager, & Javier Costa, estimator.

a Dedication Mass for the Church and Altar. Those in attendance included Cardi- nal Tobin, Father Andy Pra- char, Father Matthew Dooley, Bridget Neigel, the Going Home project manager, the REDCOM team, members of the township, and parishioners. REDCOM was honored to work with the Church on their “Going Home” project! Attendance had to be limited to a certain capacity due to CO- VID-19, but the mass was able to be live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube, so parishioners could enjoy the ceremony from the comfort of their own homes. This is REDCOM’s f irst Church project. It included an

11,200 s/f addition, and a reno- vation of the existing facility, bringing the Church to the size of 17,900 s/f. Several of the reli- gious decorative elements were repurposed from the original Church, including the cupola, the framed stations of the cross, and the stained glass windows in the Narthex of the Church. Established in 1982, RED- COM is a multi-faceted design/ build construction company headquartered in Westfield, NJ. Single-source responsibil- ity, qualified in-house pro- fessionals, and experienced project managers have enabled REDCOM to design, receive ap- provals for, and construct many diversified facilities. MAREJ

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