24C — November 23 - December 13, 2018 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic

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Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers ARROConsulting, Inc. names Flaharty, P.E. new president

ENR ranks Kinsley amongMid- Atlantic top contracting firms • 8th in Pennsylvania • 9th in Maryland • 10th in Multi-Unit Resi- dential

TROY, MI — Engineering News-Record (ENR) ranked Kinsley Construction, Inc. as #16 on the Top Contracting Firms in the Mid-Atlantic list. In 2017, Kinsley earned $549.63 million in regional revenue, helping the company earn its ranking as a Mid-Atlantic top contractor. In addition to this listing, Kinsley also ranked as a top contractor in various states and sectors including: • 2nd in West Virginia WOBURN, MA—The Mas- sachusetts Chapter of As- sociated Builders and Con- tractors congratulates Tecta America New England for receiving the Merit Award at the 26th annual Excellence in Construction Awards for their outstanding work on the Maine Mall Project. Over 250 ABCmembers gath- ered at the Westin Waltham Hotel to recognize and celebrate the very best construction projects its companies have to offer. This year’s applicant pool was particularly competitive, with each winner selected for the high standards of crafts- manship, safety and quality delivered by talented merit shop workers using the efficient merit shop approach. “Our com- KEARNY, NJ — Hugo Neu announced that Kearny Point has received the 2018 Gov- ernor’s Excellence Award for Lead Economic Development Partnership. The project was honored at the annual Gover- nor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development, held earlier this month in At- lantic City. The Lead Economic Develop- ment award recognizes projects that promote economic growth through local job creation, private investment, and the catalytic impact of additional development. In addition to Hugo Neu, New Jersey Com- you do? Get some of your staff trained in NYS Mold certifica- tions (www.NAETI.com) or get affiliated with a NYS mold assessor or remediator (www. LEWCorp.com). Perform a visual survey for moisture in- trusion and mold growth, and address concerns prior to the effective date of law. Consider purchasing a moisture meter and thermal imaging, but, most


truly embodies ARRO’s core values of integrity, account- ability, dedication, respect, and dependability. I have the utmost confidence that he will take on this role with the same passion, exceptional capabil- ity, and fervor that he brings to all of the challenges he has faced. ” When asked for his thoughts on the promotion, Flaharty stated “The ARRO team con- tinues to enhance our “Out in Front” legacy – working harder and being innovative, to best serve our clients. On a personal level, I am honored to be leading this team of skilled professionals, who are dedi- cated to providing the highest value solutions to the very communities in which we live and serve”. ARRO is a full service en- gineering and environmental consulting firm based in Lan- caster County, with six other strategically located offices in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Tracing its roots back to 1946, one fact remains unchanged; ARRO relishes a client base that trusts and understands the ARRO advantage with more than 80 percent of AR- RO’s work coming from repeat business.  AESI team, and it further strengthens our commitment to delivering the highest qual- ity service to new and existing clients.” The Executive of the Year Award is presented to indi- viduals that demonstrate exemplary leadership and excellence in their position as an NJBIA member company executive and have contrib- uted to the state’s economic growth through the success of their business.  With each of these services, an experienced Environmental Insurance Wholesaler deploys sound risk management proto- col: risk identification, analy- sis, mitigation and monitoring and understands that these are economic development ventures and that risk costs must be managed and defined to effectuate a financially suc- cessful project. Kristin Marinelli is Pres- ident and CEO of KLM Consulting in Wilmington, DE. 

ITITZ, PA — ARRO Co n s u l t i n g , I n c . (ARRO) announced

Water Environment Associa- tion Stormwater Commit- tee , and the ARRO Consulting, Inc. Board of Directors. In April of 2000, Flaharty was hired at ARRO as an envi- ronmental engineer. Over the next 16 years, his dedication to quality services, focus, techni- cal prowess, and dedication led to his ascension through the ranks and promotion to senior vice president and chief operat- ing officer in 2016, then to his new role earlier this month. There has been tremendous growth for ARRO in recent years, speaking to the quality management and vision of AR- RO’s leadership. From doing a full overhaul of ARRO’s tech- nology, to offering a range of new defined services including grant writing and municipal staffing assistance, to opening a new Chester County Office that has grown to be the second largest office in only two years, there seems to be no slowing ARRO’s momentum. “It felt like the right time, with the right people in place,” stated ARRO’s outgoing president, and acting chairman and chief executive officer, G. Matthew Brown, P.E., DEE. “Having worked with Brady for the past 18 years, I feel that he of life in New Jersey at the event. Winners were chosen in five categories: Executives of the Year, NJBIA Members of the Year, Community Service, Outstanding Employers and Environmental Quality. “It is truly a privilege to be included among the out- standing individuals and or- ganizations being honored this year by the NJBIA,” said Novak. “This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire c. Reopener remediation cost protection; d. Protection for offsite waste transportation and disposal; e. Coverage for Contractual Liability transfer; f. Funding for expected re- mediation cost overruns when desired; g. Funding for project delay costs caused by unknown en- vironmental conditions when desired; h. Coverage for occupancy operational exposures after development.

• 14th in Transportation • 18th in the Public Sector These rankings are based on a company’s survey response in- cluding regional revenue, project size and cost, and revenue for various market sectors includ- ing government/public building, commercial, healthcare, interior/ tenant improvement, education, renovation, etc.  panies are committed to provid- ing the highest quality work in a safe and efficient manner,” said ABC MA president Greg Beeman . “Tonight was a great time to recognize their achieve- ments and celebrate the merit shop construction industry as a whole” ABC’s Excellence in Con- struction Awards recognize overall excellence in project ex- ecution, craftsmanship, safety, innovative elements and chal- lenges, and client satisfaction. Tecta America New England took home the Merit Award, representing work that stands above the rest, for its roof repair and installation of solar panels at the Maine Mall, the largest shopping mall in northern New England.  munity Capital, Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, the Town of Kearny, and Hudson County were recognized for their respective roles in the Kearny Point rede- velopment. “We want to take this oppor- tunity to recognize all of the par- ties—especially our public part- ners and our investors—that have believed in Kearny Point since its inception and have been integral in bringing the proj- ect to fruition,” said Michael Meyer , director of development at Hugo Neu, who accepted the award on the company’s behalf at the conference.  importantly, have a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for compliance with Local Law 55 of 2018 in place prior to 1/1/19, even if the SOP changes after- wards. Lee Wasserman, founder of LEW Corporation (Est. 1992), is a nationally recog- nized industry leader who specializes in Environmen- tal microbial and lead-based paint issues. 

that Brady F l aha r t y , P . E . h a s been named p r e s i d e n t and chief op- erating offi- cer! With this promo t i on , Flaharty will

Tecta America receives Merit Award

Brady Flaharty

be responsible for the man- agement and oversight of all technical and administrative operations at ARRO. Flaharty began his career in the engineering world at Penn State University where he com- pleted his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, with a minor in Environmental Engineering, in addition to his Master of Engineering degree in Environmental Engineering. A licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania, Flaharty has twenty four years of experi- ence in management, planning, engineering and construction of large scale infrastructure improvement projects, working closely with public and private entities on all aspects of proj- ects. He is also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers , the Pennsylvania HOBOKEN, NJ — The New Jersey Business & In- dustry Association (NJBIA) recently honored Michael Novak , president of Atlantic Environmental Solutions Inc. (AESI) as “Executive of the Year” at the 2018 Awards for Excellence competition. Approximately 150 people at- tended the event at The Palace at Somerset Park. In total, NJBIA honored 13 businesses that have helped improve the economic climate and quality and use limitations, and long- term stewardship review for risk prevention efficacy and operational cost. 6.) Insurance structure design and placement for maximum available protection of stakeholder’s interests and total risk cost definition. We ensure that the appropriate coverage is in place for: a. Personal injury (bodily in- jury/property damage) claims; b. Remediation funding for unknown contamination;

Kearny Point wins 2018 Governor’s Excellence inEconomicDevelopment Award

NJBIAHonors AESI's Novakwith ‘Executive of the Year’ Award

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