16B — September 25 - October 15, 2020 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal
P eople on the M ove
NJBA names Tantleff and Manicone to State Leadership
O O R E S T O W N , NJ — The Board of Trustees of Moore - A veteran in affordable housingmanagement &finance MEND announces Eileen Wirth as president and CEO M management and maintenance professionals.
thoughtful housing policy. “It’s an honor to bring my perspective to NJBA’s leader- ship, having closely navigated the complexities that face the home building industry in our state,” Tantleff said. “I am committed to our mission to foster collaboration between the state, local governments, developers, and the end user in order to better promote overall housing affordability. This is particularly critical in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, as the shelter industry has the opportunity to lead our region’s economic growth in a meaningful way.” Manicone, vice president in the Property & Casualty Divi- sion of USI Insurance Services, will serve as second associate vice president of NJBA – the first woman to hold the posi - tion since 2015. Previously, she served in a leadership role with one of NJBA’s local affiliates, the Shore Builders Association. In her role at USI, Manicone has served as strategist for New Jersey’s top builders, land developers, subcontractors and professional services compa- nies, providing them with risk management and professional liability services. “Having been a 20-year part- ner to the New Jersey real es- tate industry, including many NJBA members, I’m extraordi- narily invested in the success of this association and the regional real estate community at large,” saidManicone. MAREJ an advanced open architec- ture that allows best-of-breed third-party applications to eas- ily connect and interact with other programs to create a true end-to-end solution. Further, platforms that offer support for Open API standards not only ensure the easy integration of today’s true cloud applications, but also tomorrow’s software advancements and innova- tions. At this time, when the busi- ness world is again hitting “play,” construction practitio- ners have a golden opportunity. Take this moment to embrace the curve with an insightful eye on the latest methods and means for improving company- wide productivity, easily cap- turing and storing in-depth project data for instantaneous retrieval, and stimulating profits across every operational phase. Michael Mullin is presi - dent of Integrated Busi - ness Systems in Totowa, NJ. MAREJ
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ — The New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) has elevated two prominent real estate industry influencers to its state leadership: developer Debra Tantleff , who has been named builder vice president; and insurance professional Kim Manicone , who has been named second associate vice president. In their new roles, Tantleff and Manicone will support the organization’s ongoing efforts to advocate for quality housing solutions throughout the state. Tantleff is the founding prin- cipal of TANTUM Real Estate, a boutique development and advisory firm that specializes in multi-family and mixed- use redevelopments in NJ. A certified women’s business enterprise (WBE) , TANTUM also provides a variety of de- velopment and construction advisory services to property owners, developers, asset man- agers and investors. As builder vice president, she becomes the first woman builder to be named an NJBA state officer since 1998. Tantleff brings a robust background having started her career at Roseland Property Company as an onsite construction administrator, where she later ascended to VP of Development. A long- time NJBA member, she also serves as a trustee of the or- ganization’s PAC, chairing its annual fundraiser to support legislators that advocate for requirements and goals. The staged implementation of ad- ditional features then builds upon the initial core competen- cies. And scalable subscription plans can be tailored to fit com - fortably into limited budgets. That’s why the right part- ner is so important. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of software applications from which to choose. But which is the right one for your com- pany? Which is the one that will effortlessly integrate with legacy systems to store, gener- ate and retrieve information needed at a moment’s notice and from just about any device connected to the Internet? When it comes to construc- tion, it is impossible to provide a single, cookie-cutter solution for every job and client. That’s the value of specialization. Few cloud construction software solutions on their own fulfill the requirements of every indi- vidual customer and user. Look for a product developed with
Finance Agency, serving in various multi-family asset management and financial positions. From there, Wirth held private sector leadership positions, including: senior di- rector of housing for Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jer- sey; assistant director of af- fordable housing for Presby’s Inspired Life; and executive property manager for Com- munity Realty Management. Wirth has certifications with the National Affordable Housing Management As - sociation (NAHMA) , as a National Affordable Hous - ing Professional executive (NAHP-e) and as a Special - ist in Housing Credit Man - agement . Holding a Certi - fied Property Manager designation, she is an active member of the New Jersey Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) , where she served as chapter president for multiple years, as well as the National Regional vice president. Wirth is a graduate of Rider Univer- sity in Lawrenceville, NJ with a concentration in Finance for both her bachelor’s and mas- ter’s degree. MAREJ at IMC in 2019, and in Janu- ary 2020, testifying in front of the PA Senate Community Economic and Recreational Development Committee on the economic development opportu- nities of the data center indus- try. Lloyd sits on the boards for the Peter’s Place Foundation and Community Volunteers in Medicine. Lloyd received his Juris Doc- tor from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Economics, with highest honors, from Loyola University New Orleans. MAREJ
“On behalf of the Board of Trustees, we proudly wel- come Eileen as MEND’s new President and CEO and truly thank Matthew Reilly for his 20 years of dedicated service to MEND and our affordable housing mission in the South Jersey communi ty, ” said MEND Chairperson Terrance Huettl. “We are confident that Eileen will help us build upon our 50+-year legacy of provid- ing high quality, affordable rental housing to individuals, families and senior citizens. Her industry knowledge and property management ex- pertise will be a strong asset as we continue to grow and expand our reach, especially in response to the economic impact of COVID-19 on New Jersey.” With over 32 years of afford- able housing and related ex- perience, Wirth most recently served as president and CEO of Octavia Hill Association, a Philadelphia-based rental housing owner and manage- ment company. She started her career with the New Jer- sey Housing and Mortgage
stown Ecu - m e n i c a l Ne i ghbor - h o o d De - velopment, Inc. (MEND) ann o un c e d that Eileen Wirth , a vet- eran in af -
fordable housing management and finance, is the new presi - dent and CEO. Wirth is the first woman to serve in this position in MEND’s 50+ year history. She succeeds MatthewReilly , who announced his planned re- tirement earlier this year after serving as MEND’s president and CEO since 2001. As MEND’ s new leader, Wirth, of Plainsboro, will be responsible for continuing the nonprofit organization’s mis - sion of providing safe and affordable rental housing to senior citizens, persons with disabilities and families of low and moderate income. She will maintain MEND’s municipal partnerships in Southern New Jersey and direct a staff of 18 affordable rental housing
MALVERN, PA — A distin- guished lawyer with over 15 years of experience, Michael IMCConstruction promotes Lloyd to executive VP (CCIP), strategic planning, corporate governance and ad- ministration of outside counsel. Lloyd also serves on the Board of Directors and participates in finance review and strategy. “Mike has been an important asset to IMC’s success through a steady contribution of ideas, information, analysis, strategic planning and support,” said, Robert Cottone , president & CEO at IMC Construction. Lloyd joined IMC Con - struction in 2017 as Gen- eral Counsel and has had a tremendous i mp a c t o n all facets of the business Michael Lloyd technology and web-based platform, is used to provide transparency within the project team, resulting in a positive transformation of behavior, document content and project outcome. It improves processes, organizational efficiencies, and cost controls for projects. The primary function of Conspec- tus Cloud is to manage the full information stream from initial Owner’s Project Requirements through design, construction, and occupancy. MAREJ Conspectus receives CSI's Innovation in Construction Award since then. Lloyd’s responsibili- ties include overseeing all legal matters, owner contracts and subcontracts, IMC’s Contractor Controlled Insurance Program TUCKAHOE, NJ — Con - spectus, Inc. was selected to receive the Construction Specification Institute' s Innovation in Construction Award. The award recognizes Conspectus for successfully developing, adopting and ap- plying a new technology and project delivery system - Con- spectus Cloud - for the ar- chitectural, engineering and construction industry. Conspectus Cloud received written endorsements from A few of Lloyd’s notable ac- complishments include being named to Philadelphia Busi- ness Journal ’s 2020 40 Under 40 list, becoming a partner six industry professionals who worked with the platform. These professionals work at firms including Perkins + Will, Beck Technology, MTI Esti- matingand Dialog. "Conspec- tus Cloud is revolutionary! It moves what traditionally is relegated to the end of a project, or a begrudging afterthought, to an inception aggregator." - Doug Maiden , technologist, director of professional services for Beck Technology . Conspectus Cloud, a software
continued from page 3B As the construction industry again . . .
Made with FlippingBook - Online magazine maker