22A — March 30 - April 12, 2012 — Green Buildings — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal



OLUMBUS, NJ — Just two years after the ribbon cutting to 193.5 KW solar engery roof installation turns into educational tool for students RayAngelini Inc., recognizedwithGovernor’s Occupational Safety &HealthAward C a number of different things with this.” relentless work, upholding the highest standards for safety.” “We pride ourselves in consistently educating and communicating safety as our number one priority, and this award is recognition of everyone’s relentless work, upholding the highest standards for safety,” said Jim Specht, Safety Director, RAI

In other news, Ray Ange- lini, Inc. (RAI) recently re- ceived the Governor’sAnnual Occupational Safety and Health Award for achieve- ment in the prevention of occupational injuries during the year 2010. “I am proud to accept this award on behalf of RAI em- ployees,” said Jim Specht, Safety Director, RAI. “We pride ourselves in consistent- ly educating and communi- cating safety as our number one priority, and this award is recognition of everyone’s

celebrate the completion of a solar energy system at the Northern Burlington Region- al School District here, teach- ers at the school are using a new solar demonstration shed for science lessons. Ray Angelini, Inc., Sewell, NJ, designer and builder of the 2009 193.5 kW solar energy roof installation, con- sisting of 864 Sharp® mod- ules, at the school also built a solar demonstration shed at the school’s request. “The shed has three 235-

Specht accepted the Cita- tion of Merit on behalf of RAI, awarded to a company for working throughout the calendar year without lost time from a work-related injury or illness. Specht also accepted the Division of Public Safety &Occupational Safety & Health Award on behalf of Active Construc- tion Corp. Sewell, NJ, for participation in the program for two consecutive calendar years without lost time from a work-related injury or ill- ness. The 83rd Annual awards banquet, sponsored by South Jersey Industrial Safety Council in cooperation with New Jersey Department of Labor, was held on May 25, 2011 at Auletto Caterers, Almonesson, NJ. RAI serves public and pri- vate clients in NJ, PA, DE and MD in various indus- tries, including transit, data centers, schools, universi- ties, government, industrial plants, medical facilities, and more. Originally established in 1975 by Ray Angelini as an electrical contracting company, today RAI is a full service electrical contracting, general construction, and design build solar energy company. ■ Green Buildings

watt solar panels on its roof and electrical components inside,” said Jason Kaplan, project manager, RayAngeli- ni, Inc. “Ameter on the shed provides information such as voltage, amps and the energy captured from the sun, which is stored in batteries—it’s all DC powered.” On completion, Kaplan provided a brief tour of the

solar demonstration shed to geometry and science teach- ers and students, school administrators and local police. “Some of the students asked if they could charge their cell phones from the solar shed,” said Kaplan. “The facilities people were interested in adding lights to the shed. Really, you can charge or do

Ray Angelini, Inc. is a complete Turnkey Solar Solutions Provider Commercial Solar Design Build and Maintenance, General Construction, Electrical Contracting, and Power Systems Testing www.raiservices.com Headquarters 105 Blackwood – Barnsboro Rd, Sewell, NJ Tel: 856.228.5566 Delaware Office 243 Quigley Blvd, Ste K, New Castle, DE Tel: 302.325.2001

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