Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — March 16 - 29, 2012 — 33A



ORRIS PLAINS, NJ — J im We i cher t , president and founder 34 year industry veteran Hoferkamp named president of Weichert Referral Assoc. M

34 years experience Alcorn of Skanska USA promoted to senior vp

portunities for Skanska,” said Bill Brennan, co-chief operating officer and executive sponsor of the Federal Center of Excel- lence. “Russ understands how to meet the magnitude of needs federal clients bring to the table, and we look forward to his fu- ture contributions.” During the past year, Alcorn served as a vice president help- ing identify federal pursuits, reviewing federal solicitations, and assisting with proposals and presentations to federal agencies in addition to providing operational support to ongoing projects. Prior to this position, Alcorn worked as an operations manager for Hensel Phelps Construction Co. where he over- saw major federal construction projects. Throughout his long and successful construction career, Alcorn has grown his portfolio to include work on military bases, airports, courthouses, correc- tional facilities, hospitals, re- sorts and industrial plants. ■

ROCKVILLE, MD - Skanska USA , a leading provider of con- struction management, precon-

and management positions, and has also owned her own boutique real estate company. “We are extremely proud to welcome someone of Pat’s ability to the Weichert team,” said JimWeichert. “Pat’s depth of experience, real estate acu- men, and success in personal interaction and analytical deci- sion making positions both Pat and Weichert Referral Associ- ates well for continued success and growth.” Throughout her career, Hoferkamp has held numerous management positions includ- ing serving six years as presi- dent and COO of Burgdorff Realtors ERA in Parsippany, N.J. Under her direction, the company was the number-one ERA company nationwide. Shortly after earning her real estate license, Hoferkamp founded a boutique real estate company in Woodcliff Lake, NJ, which was later acquired by Burgdorff and led to a cor- residents.” As the region’s largest builder trade show, the convention will bring together leading deci- sion-makers from developers to contractors. The event is ex- pected to attract roughly 6,500 attendees, and more than 450 exhibitors. Since its founding by Foglio in 1994 as a woman-owned business, CIS has developed a broad spectrum of multi-family properties, ranging from garden apartments to mid- and hi-rise complexes, valued in excess of $350 million. The company’s diverse portfolio includes more than 2,000 apartment-rental units located throughout New Jersey. As CEO, Foglio spearheads and oversees all of the company’s development, construction and property management activities related to multi-family housing and mixed-use redevelopments. An industry veteran with more than 25 years experience in the private and public sectors, she specializes in real estate devel- opments and housing initiatives that reflect each community’s vision, needs and character. Prior to forming CIS, Foglio served in the administrations of Governor Florio and Governor Whitman as executive direc- tor of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (NJHMFA). In this role, she

porate position. In addition to her work in the real estate industry, Hofer- kamp is active within the local community. In the past, she has served on the editorial advisory board for the Garden State Woman magazine and was on the board of directors for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of New Jersey for seven years, serving as its chairperson for two of those years. Hoferkamp has also been recognized by various organizations includ- ing the Women’s Fund of New Jersey, College Club of Ridge- wood and the Boy Scouts, among others. Hoferkamp is a native of NewMilford, NJ, and a current resident of Hopatcong, NJ. She graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas College, earning a bachelor’s degree in English, and participated in the Univer- sity of Pennsylvania Wharton School CEO Series Leadership program. ■ was responsible for more than $1 billion in multi-family bond financing and creating the state’s Housing Policy. She also served as chairperson of the New Jersey Council on Afford- able Housing. Prior to her ten- ure at NJHMFA, she served as President of the NewBrunswick Development Corporation, a not-for-profit real estate devel- opment company located in New Brunswick, N.J., implementing over $300 million of urban re- development projects. During her tenure, she is credited with creating the foundation of New Brunswick’s economic rebirth. Foglio is a graduate of Rut- gers University, where she earned a bachelor of arts in eco- nomics and a master’s degree in city and regional planning, with a concentration in housing finance and economic develop- ment. A licensed planner in the State of New Jersey, she is a highly sought-after guest speak- er who has garnered numerous business and industry awards, including the PlanSmart NJ Van Zandt Community In- volvement Award; Urban Land Institute’s Edward J. Bloustein Award for Exemplary Achieve- ment in Civic Leadership; New Jersey Business of the Year; Top Woman-Owned Business in New Jersey; and was named among the Top Women in Busi- ness. ■

struction, and design-build services, an- nounced that its building un i t ’s Fed - eral Center of Excellence, whose nation- wide team of

of Weichert Re a l t o r s , a n d M i k e R o b i n s o n , president of We i c h e r t ’ s a f f i l i a t e d companies, announc ed t h a t P a t

Russ Alcorn

Pat Hoferkamp

experts lead the industry in construction services for govern- ment facilities, has promoted Russ Alcorn PE, DBIA to se- nior vice president and national director. In his new role, Alcorn will utilize his 34 years of experi- ence in federal construction to assist in the procurement and execution of Skanska’s federal construction projects across the United States. “Over the past year, Russ has proven to be an invaluable asset, successfully identifying best practices and pursuing op-

Hoferkamp has been named president of Weichert Referral Associates Co., Inc. Hoferkamp will be responsible for leading strategic initiatives focusing on the growth of Weichert’s referral business and manag- ing the company’s day-to-day operations. A real estate industry vet- eran, Hoferkamp brings more than 34 years of experience to her new role. Recognized as a real estate industry leader, throughout her career, Hofer- kamp has held numerous sales

Witkes and Moshang serve as panelists

Foglio of CIS, Inc. named panelist for Atlantic Builders Convention sponsored by NJBA

cal and tangential indemnity provisions, drafting tips from a litigator’s point of view, case

Philadelphia, PA — Neil S. Witkes and Nicole R. Moshang , partners with the

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — Christiana Foglio , founder/ owner and chief executive officer

l aw exam- ples, as well as the role i n s u r a n c e plays in ad- dressing the allocation of the contrac- t u a l r i s k . P r o g r a m

environmen- tal, energy, and land use law and liti- gation firm o f Manko , G o l d , Katcher & Fox , LLP ( M G K F ) ,

of Commu- nity Invest- ment Strat- egies (CIS), I n c . , h a s been named a panelist for the 63rd An- nual Atlantic B u i l d e r s C o n v e n -

Nicole Moshang

Neil Witkes

Storrs. Paine and Weidenfeller, along with Goldstein, repre- sent clients with development and rehabilitation of multi- family affordable properties and larger-scale, mixed-in- come, mixed-use, multifamily/ commercial projects. They also advise businesses involved in energy-related initiatives and those seeking to acquire HUD and Enterprise-owned single- family homes (REO). ■ speakers joining Witkes and Moshang included A. Peter Prinsen and Sean H. Brogan of The Graham Company as well as Irene Burak of Philadelphia Industrial Development Cor- poration. Witkes has a wide range of civil and administrative en- vironmental and commercial litigation experience. Moshang concentrates her practice in environmental litigation. ■

WASHINGTON, DC — Reno & Cavanaugh PLLC announced that Cynthia Lan- gelier Paine and George L. Weidenfeller have joined the firm’s Washington, DC, office focusing their practices on af- fordable housing and economic development. Previously, both were attorneys with Goulston & Storrs. Paine and Weiden- feller reunite with N. Linda Goldstein, who joined the firm in November from Goulston & participated on a panel on “In- demnity and Insurance: Get- ting the Most Out of Your Con- tractual Indemnity Provisions and Filling Gaps in Potential Exposures”. Their presentation is part of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s (DELVAC- CA’s) Contracts and Commer- cial Law CLE Institute held February 9, 2012 at the Union League of Philadelphia. The program covered typi-

Christiana Foglio

tion to be held from Wednes- day, March 28 through Friday, March 30. The three-day event, being hosted at the Atlantic City Convention Center, is sponsored by the New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA). Foglio will participate in a 90-minute seminar beginning at 11 a.m. on March 28 entitled: “New Developments in Afford- able Housing.” The program will provide an update on New Jersey’s affordable housing in- dustry, with time included for a Q&A session and networking. “Affordable housing policy can be an effective catalyst to improve the economic conditions within many cash-strapped towns and serve as the economic engine for local business,” said Foglio. “By viewing affordable housing as an economic devel- opment tool, municipalities can begin to address critical issues and existing conditions for all

Reno & Cavanaugh DC firm grows

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