24A — June 28 - July 11, 2019 — Anniversary — M id A tlantic

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Paul Davis has 10-year business anniversary

Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast 10 th Anniversary of the North- east Sustainable Community . . . OWINGS MILLS, MD —

support the coordination and implementation of restoration, repairs, reconstruction and remodeling work related to fire and water damage, mold and other catastrophes. They also oversee job teams, estimates, scope of work, contracts, and project work with adjusters and project managers along with supporting trades team recruit- ing, productivity, retention and development. DeQuatro has more than seven years of experience in the restoration and reconstruction field as a project manager and technician, and vast experience in the solar energy industry. She served in the U.S. Air Force for more than 10 years and was deployed to the Iraqi war as a combat medic, among others. She holds an Iraqi war medal for honorary service and a Purple Heart. Hooper has been with the Paul Davis office in project management, mitigation and construction since 2013. He has 30 years of experience in reconstruction and carpentry and was a custom homebuilder and framing expert for many years in northern Maryland. 

Allen Owens , owner of Paul Davis of Greater Baltimore, is celebrating 10 years of busi- ness success and credits the restoration firm’s anniversary milestone to providing a high quality of service and exper- tise to property owners and insurance professionals, while giving back to the community. The local franchise is a leading provider of fire, water and mold damage mitigation, emergency and restoration services for residential and commercial properties. The Paul Davis franchise serves customers in Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Carroll County. Additionally, Owens has hired Rachael DeQuatro as a project manager, Bill Saun- ders as an estimator, and James Rullo as a mitigation manager. Also, Scott Hooper , the company’s lead project manager recently received the honor as Best of the Best as project manager for sales and service during Paul Davis Res- toration Inc.’s annual conven- tion event in May. DeQuatro and Hooper are responsible for activities that

a banker. Thank you to all of the cur- rent, multi-year volunteers, especially Elizabeth Limbrick and Rick Shoyer. Joining them: Jeff Entin, Wanda Monahan, Geoff Forrest, AlanMiller, Sha- ron McSwieney, Jen Carling, Rob Crespi, Ben Alter, and Tre- van Houser. Others who were multi-year, active volunteers in the past include Shira Gidding Shaul and Sarit Platkin of NY, Cristin Mustillo NJ, Hannah Moore NY, Tim Kinsella NJ, Rick Gimello NJ, Jim Mack NJ, Chelsea Albucher NJ, Lya Thoedoratos of USEPA Region 2, Steve Danyew and Skelly Holmbeck. NSCW always sought loca- tions with good mass transit: 2009 and 2010 were held at NJIT, Newark NJ. We ex- perimented with a half-day session in 2011 at Housatonic Community College, Bridge- port, CT; and 2012 returned to the Big Apple at John Jay Col- lege as NSCW, not Tri-State. The goal was to move around continued from page 22A

geographically in the region, but it also became clear that the location needed to be close to the core group of volunteers, which is why NJ is the most frequent location. BCONE, as an incorporated non-profit organization, took NSCW under its wing in 2014 for con- tractual, financial and other infrastructure necessities and added limited but important contracted professional staff resources to supplement our tireless volunteers. NSCW returned to NJ in 2014 at the Liberty Science Center, Jersey City. We crossed the Hudson River again in 2015 to hold NSCW downtown at the Alex- ander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, New York City (both were spectacular venues); and we found our home at NJIT for 2016- 2019. NJIT has been a supportive partner for NSCW and BCONE, thanks to Co- lette Santasieri, Sean Vroom and Elizabeth Limbrick. Our volunteers and contracted staff are primarily based in NJ, so the location works

well for their busy schedules. BCONE welcomes events in CT, NY and/or PA if there is volunteer infrastructure to support the event location. NSCW began its annual awards in 2017, only a couple of years ago. We also began providing Continuing Educa- tion Credits in multiple states thanks to the Rutgers Con- tinuing Education program’s Pamela Springard-Mayer. So, this 10th Anniversary is worth a walk down the NSCW memory lane and a slice of cake! Thank you to Lee Ilan, Col- leen Kokas, and Elizabeth Limbrick for providing their memories and electronic files! Sue Boyle is senior con- sultant at GEI Consultants and executive director of BCONE. Barry Hersh is clinical as- sociate professor at the New York University Schack Institute of Real Estate and Chair of the Masters in Real Estate Development Program. 

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