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Addresses the issue of food insecurity NAIOP NJ donates food &cash to comm. foodbank
This information is cru- cial when quantifying the remediation expenditures with investors and other stakehold- ers. Facts and figures, when presented to your team, eas- ily sum up the progress being made in a way that everyone can understand, digest, and quantify. This data is also important for environmental regulators who will evaluate and confirm compliance with rules and regulations prior to redevelopment. Time and money: The most important metrics Technical metrics are cer- tainly important, but the right environmental consulting firm integrates business metrics as well. Developers have budget and scheduling obligations to maintain, and when a cleanup can easily run up both quickly, time and money can either make or break a smooth and successful land development deal. Therefore, it’s crucial that environmental reme- diation projects are associated with time and money incen- tives to ensure that all parties deliver on schedule, and with- out overspending. That’s why EWMA developed SECUR-IT. This program de- termines a guaranteed fixed- price remediation so develop- ers can properly estimate and of the Litigation Counsel of America (LCA) . Attorneys are invited into Fellowship after being evaluated for effec- tiveness and accomplishment in litigation and trial work, along with ethical reputation. LCA has kept the number of full Fellowships at an exclu- sive limit by design, allowing qualifications, diversity and inclusion to align effectively. Fellows are generally at the partner or shareholder level or marketing and national pres- ence of SVN-Miller will certain- ly enhance my ability to assist buyers and sellers of national brand dealerships. SVN-Miller is a clear competitive advantage in this business segment and I very much look forward to work- ing with Brent, Amy, and their team” states Hopkins. Before joining SVN-Miller Hopkins was the president of Rommel Harley-Davidson for 14 years and grew the dealer
control costs in an unpredict- able environment. Under this program, a single contract can cover all areas of concern at a project site, predetermines how long the remediation will take, howmuch it will cost, and provides a scope and a regula- tory path to closure. All of this clearly defines what needs to be done, which objectives will be met, and most importantly, when and for how much it will be completed. Importantly, EWMA ties scope to perfor- mance indicators to further ensure that goals are met as planned. EWMA prides itself on going beyond key technical issues. Sure, we’ll give you the nitty- gritty science of your remedia- tion, but what’s most important is our commitment to your time and money. By integrating key environmental metrics with business metrics, we can en- sure that the time and money you invest in your remediation is not only working, but worth it. We are moving the needle on a dollar-to-dollar basis, re- inventing the value and future development investment. Donald W. Richardson, CPG is president of envi- ronmental consulting firm EWMA and a thought lead- er on innovative real estate cleanup strategies. “This recognition is well deserved and rounds out other accolades for Robb this year,” said managing partner Jona- than Spergel . “He was also included in the Top 100 Phila- delphia Super Lawyers listing along with being named the Best Lawyers 2019 Environ- mental Law ‘Lawyer of the Year’ in Philadelphia.” network to seven dealerships in four states. He was also the CFO for a large bi-state authority with over $2 billion in assets for 12 years. Hopkins also held positions in both state and local economic de- velopment offices at the start of his career. Hopkins is also the president of Nexgen Busi- ness Brokers and his product specialty is selling Harley Davidson dealerships across the United States. are independent practitioners with twelve or more years experience.
to hire trucks to haul it away. That type of information is clear-cut, easy to convey, and most importantly, shows ex- actly what was bought. Other in situ cleanup strat- egies, such as groundwater, are conducted out of sight. Everything takes place un- derground, where nobody can really observe with certainty what is happening or see when a change occurs. That makes it difficult for insurance carriers, investors, and other stake- holders to understand where all that money is going and if the remediation is actually working. Which metrics should your environmental con- sultant provide? The developer or property owner should ask the environ- mental remediation team to regularly provide data which- can measure how the cleanup is going. The remediation team should be willing to regularly communicate results that best explain and track progress and pitfalls during the remediation process. Reputable and trust- worthy remediation specialists will be happy to provide the data necessary to justify the big investment you’re mak- ing toward environmental cleanup. tal, energy a n d l a n d use law firm based in the Philadelphia region, con- g r a t u l a t e s its partner Robert D. Fox on his selection to the Fellowship Robert D. Fox ASTON, MD — SVN- Miller Commercial Real Estate welcomed new advisor Brad Hop- kins . “I am excited about the opportu- nity to join the outstanding c omme r c i a l rea l es tat e firm of SVN- Miller. The professionalism, Brad Hopkins PHILADELPHIA, PA — Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP , the environmen-
Volunteers from 36 member companies collected more than $4,000 in cash and 1,100 pounds of food for the Community FoodBank of New Jersey during NAIOP NJ’s 2019 Community Action Volunteer Day.
estate industry colleagues to join us by donating directly to CFBNJ to help further their mission to end hunger through job training and food support.” Earlier this year, NAIOPNJ launched a “1 Million Meals for NJ” campaign to raise $333,333 to provide 1 million meals for families in need. To date, the campaign has raised nearly $120,000 – or 360,000 meals – from direct donations and via a dedicated page on the CFBNJ website. Barbara Morford , NAIOP NJ’s senior director of policy and communications, coordi- nates the annual project. The 2019 Community Action Com- mittee Co-Chairs are Carlos Torres, Turner Construc- tion; Kelsey Nakamura, Cushman&Wakefield; and Stacey Weinberg Kierman, Federal Business Centers. Solar Landscape and The Stro Cos. sponsored lunch for volunteers. Founded in 1970, NAIOP New Jersey is a chapter of NAIOP, the nation’s leading trade association for develop- ers, owners investors, asset managers and other profes- sionals in commercial real estate with 19,000 members in North America. NAIOP advances responsible commer- cial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.
HILLSIDE, NJ — NAIOP New Jersey collected more than $4,000 in cash and 1,100 pounds of food for the Commu- nity FoodBank of New Jersey (CFBNJ) as part of its 2019 Community Action Project. It was the 10th consecutive year that the commercial real es- tate development association has partnered with CFBNJ on the project. More than 120 volunteers from 36 member companies delivered the donated funds to CFBNJ’s Hillside head- quarters and warehouse facil- ity, along with food collected from colleagues and tenants. They also stocked shelves and repackaged supplies for distribution to New Jersey residents in need. The state’s largest anti-hun- ger and anti-poverty organiza- tion partners with over 1,000 food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters to ensure that nutritious food is available to families in need year-round. CFBNJ has a southern branch located in Egg Harbor Twp. “From community action projects like this to supporting comprehensive anti-hunger legislation, NAIOP NJ and our 800-plus members are committed to addressing the issue of food insecurity across our state,” said Michael McGuinness , CEO. “We encourage all of our members as well as our commercial real
MGKF partner Robert Fox named Fellow of the LCA
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SYRACUSE, NY — Jaime Tuozzolo will be joining the Community Preservation Corporation (CPC) in Syra- cuse as the organization's new vice president, mortgage offi- cer. Tuozzolo will be responsi- ble for sourcing and originating business in the Region across all loan products, as well as actively monitoring projects through construction and con- version. Tuozzolo comes to CPC with roughly 20 years of experience in real estate finance, as both a lender and as part of a develop- ment company. Most recently, Tuozzolo worked for Commu- nity Development Lending, North East Team at Key Bank as senior relationship manag- er/vice president. Prior to that, Tuozzolo served as relationship manager/vice president at First Niagara Bank's Commercial Real Estate Finance team in Syracuse, where she oversaw a CRE portfolio of more than $200 million. CPC hires Tuozzolo as vice pres.
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