AYONNE, NJ — JMF Properties, RD Man- agement LLC , and B Joint venture partnership includes Accurate Builders & Developers JMFProperties&RDManagement close on 14-acre site at Bayonne’s MOTBY a 150,000 s/f facility at Harbor ViewMarketplace, and operate a Costco Gasoline gas station with 18 gas pumps.

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Accurate Builders and De- velopers announced that the joint venture partnership has closed on a 14-acre site on the former Military Ocean Ter- minal at Bayonne (MOTBY). The closing paves the way for the development of 651 luxury rental residences. A fall groundbreaking is planned for the property, which is located on the southwest por- tion of the terminal peninsula, along Goldsborough Dr., with views of the Bayonne Golf Club across an inlet of New York Harbor. The rental residences will be housed in two five-story buildings which include an 820-space enclosed parking ga- rage. The community will also feature 25,000 s/f of lifestyle amenities, including a rooftop resort-style swimming pool that overlooks the golf course. The notable acquisition al- lows JMF Properties and RD

The remainder of the retail property comprises 100,000 s/f. It will include well-known stores and restaurants, as well as outdoor seating. Visitors will be able to spend the day shopping, dining al fresco, and strolling waterfront walkways that offer tranquil views of New York Harbor and the lush roll- ing hills of the Bayonne Golf Club’s Scottish links-style golf course. “With Costco Wholesale as the anchor, and now 651 resi- dential units coming online within walking distance of the retail center, Harbor View Marketplace is one step closer to becoming the living and shopping destination JMF Properties and RD Manage- ment have been working hard to create,” said Richard Birdoff, principal and president of RD Management.  area market’s standard of 36’, positioning this facility well for warehouse/distribution and manufacturing uses. “We have always strived to be ahead of the curve, and the 40’ clear ceiling height is just one more added value our future tenants will appreciate and take advantage of” said Jamie Herring , principal of Herring Properties , the developer of BCC. Bristol Commerce Center is located in a designated Key- stone Opportunity Expansion Zone (KOEZ) through 2022. The KOEZ designation pro- vides substantial financial tax abatements to businesses look- ing to relocate or expand in the area. Occupants will not only be afforded KOEZ benefits, but also the newly opened intercon- nection of the Pennsylvania Tpke. and I-95. Current ten- ants include XPO Logistics and AirGas Corporation. 


Military Ocean Terminal in Bayonne, where JMF Properties, RD Management LLC and Accurate Builders and Developers will soon build 651 luxury rental residences overlooking the Bayonne Golf Club.


Management to expand their significant role in the overall redevelopment of the 103-acre peninsula that juts out into New York Harbor. A former base for both the Army and the Navy, MOTBY is now be- ing transformed into a mixed- use waterfront destination comprising residential, retail, restaurants, commercial and

recreation. JMF Properties and RD Management are also developing 240,000 s/f of retail space, with Costco Wholesale as the anchor and a number of prominent retail operators already under lease. The JMF/RD Management partnership announced the lease signing of Costco Whole- sale in May. Costco will occupy

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Herring Properties to develop facility located in a designated KOEZ in Bristol Twp., PA Colliers announces new speculative industrial development to commence construction at the BCC

BRISTOL TWP., BUCKS COUNTY, PA — Bristol Com- merce Center (BCC) announced construction will soon com- mence on a new 248,500 s/f speculative industrial facility on 20 of the park’s 81 acres. The ESFR sprinklered build- ing will be ready for occupancy

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Q2 2019. This move comes at a time when demand is feeling the pressure from a variety of sources including growth in e-commerce and last mile de- liveries closer to the inner-core. But supply has not kept pace - tenants are getting frustrated with the lack of available space

for lease and user-owners are also faced with a lack of quality buildings to purchase. Recent Colliers market statistics show the second quarter 2018 vacancy rate in the Bucks County market is under 4%. Additionally, the new facil- ity will feature heights of 40’ clear height, which is above the

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impact employee satisfaction, health and productivity. Yes, what employees do outside of work can directly impact their health, but an employer can provide flexibility so employees can feel empowered to make healthier choices during work- ing hours. Many employees work in either a private office or an open workstation. But there is another option for companies – activity-based workspaces. Activity-based workspaces provide freedom of choice in how, when and where employ- ees work throughout the day. Each employee works differ- ently so letting the employees choose where and when they want to focus, collaborate or socialize can increase their satisfaction and productivity. Activity-based workspaces provide options to work in a

lounge, in a café, in a quiet/ focus room, in a huddle room or in a workstation. Employees can choose to work alone or collaborate with co-workers or associates. As they get up and move around more through- out the workday, muscles get moving and the blood starts flowing in their bodies, ulti- mately improving focus. Most importantly, having different types of spaces to support dif- ferent tasks allows the variety of generations in the workforce to work at their own comfort level. Critical items that need to be included in the design of activity-based workspaces are acoustics, proper technology to support the various work locations, sufficient personal storage and the ever-present challenge of thermal comfort. continued on page 3A

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I CHMOND AND NORFOLK, VA — T h e Do n a l d s o n Group (TDG) of Rockville, MD has continued to expand southward beyond its base in the Washington, DC metro area, adding 625 units to its current 11,000-unit multi- family management portfolio. The company has taken over management of two recently traded apartment communi- ties, one in Richmond and the other in Norfolk. In the Richmond suburb of Chester, TDG has begun managing Rivermont Cross- ing, a 457-unit rental com- munity with 312 apartments and 145 townhomes. In one of the market’s largest mul- tifamily transactions to date, the property was acquired by longtime TDG client The Ste- ven A. Goldberg Company of Bethesda, MD. In Norfolk, TDG is now managing The Lafayette, a 168-unit high rise apartment building that was acquired recently by Graycliff Capital Partners, LLC. TDG will be R

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assisting in the property reno- vation that will include hall- way and lobby improvements, relocation of the leasing cen- ter and amenities, elevator upgrades, and interior unit renovations. Combined with a 300-unit Charlottesville, VA apart- ment community that TDG has managed for six years on behalf of The Goldstar Group , TDG now manages 925 apartments in central and southern Virginia. The compa- ny plans to grow its footprint

in the Richmond and Hamp- ton Roads markets through both third-party management contracts and acquisitions as principals. “We believe we can bring our strongmanagement opera- tions to these growing markets and significantly improve com- munities for our clients as well as for our own principal deals,” said TDG senior vice president John Majeski . “Richmond has strong population growth, great colleges and universi- ties, and a large and diverse

employment base.” Hampton Roads, Majeski continued, is the largest mar- ket between Washington, DC and Atlanta, with a significant healthcare and high-tech de- fense presence. The metropoli- tan area is home to the Port of Virginia, the third largest- volume port on the East Coast. Due to its collaborative, integrity-based approach to its clients, TDG’s manage- ment portfolio has experienced 9.31% average annual NOI (net operating income) growth Harbor’s newest condomini- um community, it is Barkan’s 4th National Harbor client. Similarly, the addition of Fairmont 1005 & Fairmont 1009 condominiums brings the entire Fairmont commu- nity (four 74-unit Associa- tions as well as the Fairmont Community Association) to It is also highly recommended to implement suitable change management from the very beginning of the design. Edu- cating employees on new ways of working can create oppor- tunities for a more productive working environment. Setting standard policies for the dos and don’ts for the various spaces can help mitigate issues with privacy, noise, and inter- ruptions that causes productiv- ity to decline. Activity-based workspaces do not fit every company.

over the past five years. Since inception, TDG has advised clients on acquisitions of over $1.75 billion in real estate investment transactions com- prising 18,000 units. The company also has taken over management of over 28,000 units, advised clients in dis- posing of over $1.25 billion in real property investments totaling 16,000 units, recapi- talized 5,000 units valued at $350 million, and managed over $350 million in construc- tion/renovation work.  Barkan Management.” According to Feltenberger, Barkan’s MetropolitanWash- ington DC management port- folio is comprised of 39 client communities representing approximately 7200 units, including condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowner associations.  Employers need to take into consideration the type of work that their employees do and their own management style should be considered to deter- mine if activity-based work- spaces will be successful. If you think activity-based workspaces would benefit your company but not sure where to begin, HF Planners can assist you in transforming your cur- rent office space. Contact us today to learn more! Julia Horner, Associate AIA, LEED AP, HP Plan- ners. 

BarkanManagement expands its portfolio inMid-Atlantic Region

WASHINGTON DC — Barkan Management , one of the industry-leaders in

residential p r o p e r t y management w i t h 1 6 5 p r ope r t i e s under man- agement in nine states, t o d a y a n - nounced it has added

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four properties to its portfo- lio, expanding the company’s reach in the mid-Atlantic region. New clients in the Washington DCmetropolitan area for which Barkan will provide a full suite of prop- erty management services in- clude: The Haven at National Harbor, a 248-unit luxury condominium complex located at National Harbor, MD; The Vistas at Laurel Lakes, a 192- unit condominium located in Laurel, MD; Chantilly Park,

The Haven at National Harbor (MD)

a 208-unit condominium com- munity located in Chantilly, VA; and Fairmont 1005 & Fairmont 100. Both are 74- unit condominiums located in Hyattsville, MD. “Since opening our Met- ropolitan Washington office in February 2011, we have

quickly established ourselves as the area’s premiere man- agement company,” said Mi- chael Feltenberger , senior VP of Barkan Management Company. “The addition of The Haven is example of our growing presence in the area. In addition to being National

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Powers Brown Architecture Director of QA/QC Shaw, AIA, RID, LEED AP presents at construction conf.

ALTIMORE, MD — Jeanette Shaw, AIA, RID, LEED AP , direc- tor of QA/QC and Sustainabil- ity of Houston-based Powers Brown Architecture , recently spoke to more than 200 gen- eral contractors, subcontrac- tors, owner representatives and public building agency officials at the national “Ad- vancing Construction Quality 2018” Conference, hosted by Hanson Wade and supported by the Construction Quality Executives Council (CQEC) and ASQ DCD (American Society for Quality Design & Construction Division) and held at the Radisson Hotel Baltimore-Inner Harbor. Na- tionally recognized for her firm’s streamlined documentation processes for quality control in design and construction, Shaw gave two presentations, “The Ar- chitect’s Perspective: Building a Program for Quality Excellence” and the “Changing the Low-Bid Mentality: Understanding How to Secure Client Buy-in.” “Attendees were gathering around me afterwards, ask- ing why aren’t all architecture firms doing what we’re doing,” noted Shaw. “Quality control is not just about checking B

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principal/CEO Jeffrey Brown, FAIA , recognized the vital need to have internal QAQC pro- grams and procedures to control not only the documentation but the training of new staff and on- going training programs, along with clear standards. The Pow- ers Brown Architecture QAQC teamhas been in place for nearly 10 years, with Jeanette Shaw taking the reins in 2013. She has grown the QAQC program into an intricate system of checks and balances to ensure focus on the critical areas of drawing, detailing and coordination. 

drawings. It’s about designing and implementing a training program and creating a clear plan for what you draw before you draw something.” Shaw and Powers Brown Ar- chitecture are the only Architect members of the Construction Quality Executives Council (CQEC) which is a national organization of industry profes- sionals that work to establish Quality program standards for all of the construction industry. As a result of Powers Brown Architecture’s national and in- ternational influence, founding



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INSIDE: CONFERENCE SCHEDULE............................................................................................8A SPONSORS. ..................................................................................................................9A LIBERTY MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.. .........................................................10A ONORATI CONSTRUCTION.........................................................................................11A THE SMART VALVE. ..............................................................................................12-13A EXHIBITORS BY CATEGORY.................................................................................14-15A SERVPRO....................................................................................................................16A SEAGRAVE..................................................................................................................17A ACS COMMERCIAL FLOORING...................................................................................18A ELLIOTT-LEWIS, JAKE CONTAINERS, SUNBELT RENTALS, TECH SERVICES..........19A LOGO MAT CENTRAL..................................................................................................20A ENVISION ENVIRONMENTAL.....................................................................................21A

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MABFM’18 C onference S chedule Talk 1 - 9:00am – 10:00am Preparing for a Successful Negotiation Linda Reed Friedman, President, Advanta Strategies, LLC

Talk 2 – 9:00am - 10:00am New Jersey Clean Energy Program – Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs

Mike Mandzik, Regional Outreach Manager, New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program c/o TRC

Talk 3 – 10:15am – 11:15am 7 Leadership Rules Linda Reed Friedman, Advanta Strategies, LLC

Talk 4 – 10:15am – 11:15am Seven Design Guidelines for High Performance Buildings Michael F. Guerin, President, Guerin Associates, Inc. Talk 5 – 11:30am – 12:30pm Conquering the EH&S Challenges That All Facility Managers Face Mark Roman, President, Envision Environmental, Inc. Talk 6 – 11:30am – 12:30pm Operating Cost Reductions Using Combined Heat & Power Terence Waldron, President, Waldron Engineering & Construction, Inc.

Talk 7 – 1:15pm – 2:15pm Taking Control of Facility Maintenance with CMMS Tim Thomas, Sales Manager, Q Ware

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The event will feature exhibitors displaying products and services necessary for the operation, management, maintenance and renovation of buildings and facilities in the Tri-State area of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

Markets served by MABFM’18 include: Schools & Universities Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities Municipal &Government Buildings Commercial Buildings Hotels & Resorts Refineries Shopping Malls Manufacturing Facilities Multi-HousingComplexes Major Sports Facilities Warehouses

Running concurrently with the trade show is an educational conference featuring a series of one- hour sessions covering a wide range of topics including LEED, Green, Sustainabi l i ty, Energy, Building Commissioning,

Facility Maintenance, Construction & Design and much more. IFMA-NJ monitors the Conference and provides CFM credit for each session. AFE provides CEU Credit for each Conference Talk. A networking reception is being held between 3 - 4pm on the show floor sponsored by Sunbelt Rentals . Attendees and Exhibitors are invited to join ProExpos Group for FREE hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, and soft drinks. Network with your peers and clients in a relaxed setting.

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iberty Mechanical Con- tractors, Inc. is a diver- sified Mechanical Con- tractor performing projects for the private industrial sector and public works sector in NJ and NY. Established in 1972, Liberty Mechanical Contrac- tors primarily serviced local industrial plants in the area with their welding and piping installations. In 1996 Liberty Mechanical purchased a 40 year old fab- rication shop to enhance the capacity of our field services. Liberty’s fabrication shop can perform rolling, bend- ing, shearing and punching on most metals including flat stock, pipe and channel. The shop has produced tanks, platforms, ladders, stairs and heating coils for their many customers. In 1999, Liberty Mechani- cal expanded their services to include major piping projects from 2” to 36” diameter sys- tems. Fortune 500 Corpora- tions in the pharmaceutical, L

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THE SMART VALVE Conserve Water, Save Cost E ver increasing water costs and limited supply has moved water sustainability and cost management as a top priority for

pressure variations. Therefore, the new SMART VALVE model does not only result in direct savings but also indirect savings because the settings can be changed without requiring the services of a plumber or shutting down water ow to the facility. While there are a couple small competitors attempting to sell variations of their rst-generation design, “we have now created a product which makes any other existing products obsolete,” Chaln asserted with pride and a big smile. As reported to FlowDynamics by John Wareld, President of Personal Property

most organizations. What consumers are unaware of is that they are paying for more water than they use because of inherent water meter inaccuracy. Meters measure the volume passing through them; both water and air. Due to constant uctuation in the water pressure according to the user’s demands, meters also over-spin resulting in higher readings. This uctuation then travels through the meter into the city main and

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Management, Inc. (largest HOAmanagement company in the Coachella Valley) installation of the Smart Valve on irrigation lines for Vista Del Sol Homeowners Association, where the valve had been used in two water meters servicing the irrigation system, “After a four-week trial period the reduction in consumption measured was reduced dramatically (from 23,900 gallons to 14,700 gallons) representing a 32 percent benet which will save us thousands of dollars annually. We are recommending the installation of your valves on other meters which have large water usage,” according toWareld. FlowDynamics, based in Carlsbad, CA, plans to expand its distributor network—both domestically and internationally— and welcomes inquiries from experienced distributors. The company is now exploring the use of its valves in the gas industry, refrigeration, and water pump energy reduction, while also further developing its capabilities with versions that would include backow prevention and eliminating unmeasured ow for municipalities. “With water becoming one of our most precious and expensive resources, our game-changing technology should become standard equipment for anyone paying a water bill,” concludes Chaln. With water becoming one of our most precious and expensive resources, our game- changing technology should become standard equipment for anyone paying a water bill

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Energy Management 414 New Jersey Clean Energy Program c/o TRC

Access Control 421 dormakaba Group

Asphalt & Concrete Repair / Coatings 116 Onorati Construction Paving & Masonry Contractors

Energy Procurement 415 Premier Energy Group, LLC

Environmental Consulting 110, 112

Backflow Testing 528 Empire Backflow

Envision Environmental Inc.

422 Environmental Health Investigations, Inc.

Boom Lifts / Scissor Lifts 229, 231, 233, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333 Sunbelt Rentals

Fire & Safety 429 Allied Fire & Safety Equipment Co.

Carpet 315 American Carpet South, Inc.

Flooring 315 American Carpet South, Inc. 225 Commercial Flooring & Interior Concepts, Inc

Coatings 314 ENECON Corp.

Construction/Construction Management 116 Onorati Construction Paving & Masonry Contractors

Gas Detection Controls 510 Mechanical Technologies

Construction Safety Products 538 Strong Man Safety Products

Golf Cars / Utility Vehicles 431, 433, 435 Vic Gerard Golf Cars

CMMS (Web Based) 428 C&S Companies / Q Ware

Green Cleaning Supplies 317 Greening the Cleaning

Dampers 510 Mechanical Technologies

HVAC 533 Elliott-Lewis Corp. 434 Johnstone Supply 224 Liberty Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

Disaster Restoration 217 Insurance Restoration Specialists, Inc.

215 Luce, Schwab & Kase, Inc 510 Mechanical Technologies

Door Hardware/Architectural Hardware 421 dormakaba Group

Humidifiers 510 Mechanical Technologies

Electrical Supply 518 Graybar Electric

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Janitorial Supplies 317 Greening the Cleaning 419 Imperial Dade

Portable Air Conditioner 215 Luce, Schwab & Kase, Inc

Pump Service & Repair 441 PumpMan

Kitchen Cabinets & Counter Tops 538 Kitchen Magic

Property Maintenance 116 Onorati Construction Paving & Masonry Contractors

Landscape Service & Design 311 Custom Landscaping & Lawn Care 335 Duke’s Landscape Management 418 Fullerton Grounds Maintenance 524 LandCare

Roofing 534 Final Flat Roof

Lighting / Lighting Fixtures 411 Lite Technology 232 ThinkLite

Snow & Ice Removal 311 Custom Landscaping & Lawn Care 335 Duke’s Landscape Management 524 LandCare

Masonry Restoration 116 Onorati Construction Paving & Masonry Contractors

Sponsors 213 AFE - Chapters, 19 & 106 321 Community Associations Institute - NJ Chapter 520 Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal 414 New Jersey Clean Energy Program c/o TRC 530 NJIFMA 338 U.S. Green Building Council - NJ

Matting/Custom Plaques 323, 325

Logo Mat Central, LLC

Mechanical Contractor 224 Liberty Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

Office Furniture 312 Conklin Office Furniture

Trade Show Producer 531 ProExpos Group

Paving 116 Onorati Construction Paving & Masonry Contractors

Valves & Controls 211 Flow Dynamics, LLC

Pest Control 410 Assured Environments

Waterproofing 116 Onorati Construction Paving & Masonry Contractors

Plumbing 224 Liberty Mechanical Contractors, Inc. 324 PPG-Plumbmaster / Wolverine Brass

Water Saving Valve 211 Flow Dynamics, LLC

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13 th A nnual M id -A tlantic B uildings & F acilities M anagement S how & C onference REGLAZING and REFINSHING REIMAGINED Tubs, Tile and Porcelain Will Never Be the Same


or reglazers and re- finishers, the Armor- guard ® System is a

VOC compliant, “Green Wise” certified and better 
for the environment, too. Get creative and choose from Plextone ® white, solid colors or multi-color. HOW IT WORKS – WHY IT’S BETTER Faster, Safer and Environ- mentally Friendly and More. Finishing tile and porcelain surfaces, and reglazing tubs and surrounding 
tile used to be difficult work delivering mixed results. Many of the chemicals
 made it not only unpleasant but often danger- ous. No longer. Now you get can get solvent-based polyure- thane performance without polyurethane headaches. It’s the latest better idea from Seagrave. Armorguard® is the first water-based sys- tem, and changes how you’ll reglaze, refinish tubs, tile and porcelain of all 
kinds for the better, with simply amazing features and benefits. Peter Tepperman i s President/Owner of Sea- grave in Kenilworth, NJ. 

celain. Your past issues with solvent -
polyurethane fin- ickiness, and concerns about “free” isocyanates that re- quired special respirators are a thing of the past, and you’ll love cleaning-up without sol- vents. At Seagrave, we’ve been reinventing paint and coatings since 1846. Armor- guard ® and Miraglaze ® , our polyaspartic high solids top coat, are breakthrough prod- ucts changing everything for the better. Easier to Apply, Quality You Can Count On You’ll appreciate the ad- vantages, and your customers will love the quality. 
Instead of smelly, flammable, tricky to work with and imperfect appearances, 
count on the easier to apply, quicker to clean-up and a superior fi- nal product
every time. The Armorguard ® System deliv- ers acrylic urethane sur- face 
hardness, but cures in hours, not days, for fast return to service. Use it 
con- fidently, and because it’s

r a d i c a l l y better 
idea. This is the first water- based system to finish and r e f u r b i s h tile meaning fewer
steps w i t h o u t

Peter Tepperman

acid-etch, solvents, bonds or epoxies, and without air feed 
respirators. It’s easier to work with, cleans-up with- out solvents and there is 
no chalking, yellowing or noxious odors to upset occupants and owners. 
Best of all, it cures overnight, treat it today, use it tomorrow. With the first 
truly water-based sys- tem, Seagrave has changed everything. Again. We’ve Streamlined Tub and Tile Finishing The Armorguard ® Water- Based system is a streamlined innovation for the
re finishing of tubs, tile and all things por-

Seagrave’s latest invention introduces a new and truly revolutionary addition to our Plextone line. Liquid Chips unleash dramatic decorat- ing potential at lower cost and installation in a fraction of the time. Now architects, designers and facility managers have an easy, efficient way to get a terrazzo, granite or faux stone-like finish. Your tired walls, floors, countertops and more can be quickly renewed and given new life.

We will go the extra mile to restore order to families, businesses and communities by doing the job right the rst time with eciency and compassion. Our knowledgeable team of professionals will be the bridge between the customer and insurance professional through excellent communication.

CATHY MANGO Business Development Associate Cell: 732-489-1329 cmango@servprofreehold.com Mike Kennedy Business Development Associate Cell: 732-984-3917 mkennedy@servprofreehold.com

Booth #322

NJ HIC# 13VH09145600

Real Estate Journal — Annual Mid-Atlantic Buildings & Facilities Management Show & Conference — November 9 - 22, 2018 — 17A


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Seagrave introduces the first ALL WATER BASED SYSTEM



201-933-1000 ext. 201 plextonemulticolor.com

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13 th A nnual M id -A tlantic B uildings & F acilities M anagement S how & C onference Exceptional value, hard work and excellence ACS Commercial Flooring remains committed to their core values

t all started nearly 25 years ago…As a family-owned and operated business, working until our customers are completely satisfied has been the foundation of our suc- cess. Our family name is on the line each and every day. Since 1992, ACS has built its reputa- tion on exceptional value, hard work and excellence. Through the years, we’ve grown to become one of the largest commercial flooring service providers in the coun- try, with 28 warehouse loca- tions serving the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic from Maine to Virginia, we’ve remained committed to our core values. ACS is a commercial floor- ing professional. We are a full service flooring contractor who can furnish and install all types of floor coverings i.e.: ceramic, marble, hardwood, luxury vinyl tile, vinyl, carpet, rubber as well as refinish and stain hardwood floors. We are among the largest authorized dealers and installers in the I

Northeast region. ACS works with most major brands and offers a range of materials, textures, and tones for your design palette – long story short, we’ve got you cov- ered! Whether you’re designing an interior to attract patrons,

guests or members; qual- ity materials and installation helps create a lasting memory. ACS installs flooring in all types of spaces working with designers, architects, commer- cial management companies, and property owners.

In the last 25 years of busi- ness, ACS has dispatched over 1,000 jobs daily from our warehouses; our company’s strength over the years has grown out of results of service, value, and experience that we offer our clients. You can count

on us for experienced installa- tion teams to ensure your proj- ect is done at your convenience, on time, and always to your complete satisfaction. ACS’s headquarters is lo- cated at 347 Broadway Passaic, NJ 07055. 

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Booth #424



| sunbeltrentals.com

Storage Containers for Every Need! Call Today! 973-957-7600 www.jakecontainers.com

A Response You Can Depend On!

Visit us at booth #533! Complete Mechanical Services and Facilities Management 53 South Jefferson Road, Unit K Whippany, NJ 07981

90 Jacobus Avenue South Kearny, NJ 07032


• www.elliottlewis.com

20A — November 9 - 22, 2018 — Annual Mid-Atlantic Buildings & Facilities Management Show & Conference — M id A tlantic

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13 th A nnual M id -A tlantic B uildings & F acilities M anagement S how & C onference Large scale commercial entrance mats and industrial work safety mats Logo Mat Central is your GSA approved source for a full range of customized logo floor mats

ogo Mat Central was founded in 2002 by President and CEO: Michael Becker. With a combined emphasis on unsurpassed customer ser- vice; an e-commerce web site that is enormously compre- hensive; a product line devoted to aesthetics, safety and pre- sentation, Logo Mat Central has carved out a successful niche in indoor and outdoor mats and rugs for governmen- tal, commercial, industrial & residential clients. The company primarily spe- cializes in mats and rugs that can be customized with names, sayings, graphics or logos us- ing the most modern imaging processes. In addition to out- standing customized logo mat products Logo Mat Central is a leading provider of antifa- tigue traction mats, electrical safety matting, carpet mat runners for office use, indoor / outdoor entry mat systems, hand-carved mahogany logo plaques & deployment tables, customized challenge coins & much more. Precision Carved L

Mahogany Wood Plaque

Frontline Full Coverage Logo Mat

a highly effective means to prevent debris from entering a facility, thereby greatly re- ducing maintenance costs & increasing safety. Any governmental, commer- cial, industrial or residential client needing a mat or rug for identity, safety, aesthetics or any other purpose can find just what it is looking for at Logo Mat Central. A company representative will always be available to help with your purchase. 

Mahogany Wood Plaques Up to 72” - Hand carved, hand decorated mahogany wood plaques are a great way to boost morale, establish a presence and get your mes- sage across in exquisite detail. We always use only the finest grade mahogany wood which is precision sculpted and pro- fessional dried to ensure your plaque looks great and is free of defects. All emblems, insig- nias, logos and lettering are hand carved and hand painted

in wood. We can create your custom plaque in any design, shape including badges or patches. We do not charge set up or design fees and there is no minimum order quantity. These decorative plaques are excellent for federal and state government agencies, military units, police and fire depart- ments, educational facilities and more. The company philosophy is based on the notion that custom logos and messaging

on mats and rugs provide one of the quickest, most decisive and cost-effective ways to leave a positive first and last impression on VIPs, visitors and clients. Flattering and impressive logo mats have been proven to promote mo- rale, which has been evident at many of the military bases where Logo Mat Central has delivered customized prod- ucts. Logo Mat Central is of the belief that entry mat- ting, when properly used, is


The leading supplier of Custom Logo Mats Custom Made Logo Mats • Heavy Duty Outdoor Mats Office Runners • Commercial Entrance Mats Residential Door Mats • Grease Proof Kitchen Mats Antifatigue Traction Mats • Workplace Safety Mats Hand Carved Mahogany Plaques - 10”- 72” Challenge Coins and much more . . .

Call us Today or Order Online!

P: 973-571-1515

E: sales@logomatcentral.com

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Do you have an Environmental Gorilla Hiding in Your Facility? Chances are you do, and you don’t even know it. Discover how to assess your EH&S risks, and protect yourself from fines and liabilities. In today’s economy it is important that you receive a favorable rate of return for every dollar you invest in environmental services. ENVISION ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. works with a wide range of clients from industrial/commercial job shops to Fortune 100 companies. All of our clients have one thing in common – They all need to have the “worry” taken out of their environmental issues in a cost effective manner. Our clients’ needs are what matter. Our services take the “worry” out of your environmental issues so that you can concentrate on running your business. Our services include:

• Environmental Due Diligence • LSRP Services • Soil & Groundwater Remediation • UST Removals • Groundwater Modeling • Brownfields Site Work • TSDF Liability Reviews • Permit Applications & Monitoring • Legacy Property & Asset Management • Vapor Intrusion Assessments & Corrective Actions

• Environmental Site Assessments • Environmental Compliance Consulting • Site Investigation & Compliance • ISO 14001 Consulting, Auditing & Training • Health & Safety Web-Based Training • Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Studies • Remediation System Design & Installation • Treatment System O&M • Third Party Reviews and Assessment & Investigation Oversight • Multi-Media Environmental Compliance Consulting & Evaluations Using Real Time Reporting through the Dakota Software Platform

Phone (609) 208-1885 Fax (609) 208-1889 www.envisionenvironmental.com

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