14A — February 28 - March 12, 2020 — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

Event will premier CAP-IT Corner EWMA tohost VIPevent at the NJ Devils game

Adds to the company’s brokerage division Jaynes joins Bussel Realty Corp. as sales associate

customers in a multi-faceted and meaningful way. He possesses broad expertise in commercial real estate with a focus on New Jersey industrial markets, location searches and listings and has proven himself to be hardworking and dedicated to his customers. Some of his more notable clients include: Valley National Bank, Red Carpet Moving, Brook Air and Five Star Catering. In his spare time, Weis- berger is a professional mu- sician, an accomplished vo- calist, keyboard player and band leader. Av i graduated SUNY Brooklyn in 1984, with a degree in Computer Science. He currently resides in Passaic County with his three children. Team Resources, Inc. is an award winning full-service commercial/industrial real estate agency serving North- ern and Central New Jersey and focusing on the sale and leasing of warehouse, office and retail properties.  and answer session from the crowd attending the event as well as the online audience. “For us, doing a live event re- ally allows us to connect with our clients about the issues they’ve experienced on past re- mediation projects,” Sylvester, said. “Our hope is by answer- ing these questions, we can alleviate concerns potential clients might have that would deter them from reaching out to us. And hey, it’s a live show at a New Jersey Devils game, so you never know what sur- prise guests might stop by.” CAP-IT Corner will be a part of an Inner Circle event, hosted by EWMA in a luxury suite at Newark's Prudential Center arena. Attendees will include executives from a broad spectrum of industries across the tri-state area. “Our hope is this type of event will turn into a regu- lar occurrence,” Richardson added. “Plus, with the virtual component, companies won’t feel like they missed an op- portunity if they are unable to attend.” For more information about EWMA’s March 19th CAP-IT Corner Live Streaming event, check out their LinkedIn and Facebook pages. 

NEWARK, NJ — EWMA , one of the leading Environ- mental Consulting & Remedi- ation firms, will be hosting an exclusive VIP Event at the NJ Devil’s/Calgary Flames game at the Prudential Center Ex- ecutive Suite on March 19th. EWMA will be also tapping into the live stream Facebook community for its premiere episode of CAP-IT Corner. Hosted by EWMA executives Don Richardson and Michael "Mike" Sylvester, the event will take place after the first period. “We are beyond proud with the positive impact of our SE- CUR-IT ® fixed price remedia- tion program when it comes to helping companies with their bottom line,” said presi- dent, Don Richardson . “We thought hosting a live stream event would be the best way to let other companies in on this best-kept remediation secret.” Richardson and EWMA executive vice president, Mi- chael Sylvester will kick off the CAP-IT Corner event with an in-depth rundown of what SECUR-IT is all about and how EWMA’s fixed cost remediation program can benefit companies. The event will be followed by a question

tate services firm in New Jersey, an- n o u n c e d S t e v e Jaynes has j o i ned the c omp an y ’ s b r o k e r a g e division as a sales associate. E

“We are happy to have Steve as an addition to our brokerage team at BRC,” said Steve Bussel, SIOR , president of BRC. “He will be learning the Northern and Central New Jersey indus- trial market and assist our sales teams with clients and properties.” Jaynes is a licensed real es- tate broker in New Jersey and has been actively involved in many facets of the commercial

real estate industry for nearly a decade. His long history in commercial property manage- ment has gained him valuable experience as a commercial real estate agent. “Steve has vast knowledge of the needs of business owners and their commercial properties, which gives him the ability to repre- sent his clients with a strong commitment and with highest professional standard,” added Bussel.  excited to expand on our long- standing relationship with CCIM Institute to educate all members on the power of this prestigious designation.” “Both TCN Worldwide and CCIM Institute recognize that lifelong education is the key to enduring success in commer- cial real estate,” says Gregory J. Fine, FASAE, CAE, EVP and CEO of CCIM Institute. “We’re thrilled to expand the institute’s educational offer- ings to TCN's membership.” Through this relationship, both organizations will be represented at each other’s member conferences in 2020. In addition, CCIM Institute will present an educational session during the annual TCN Institute training pro- gram for developing agents.  aging-in-place functionality, Habitat of Greater Newark works to keep low income fami- lies, seniors, and veterans in the homes that they already own. “This grant serves as valida- tion of the work we do,” says Habitat of Greater Newark CEO Jeffrey J. Farrell . “It’s simply amazing to have our work in affordable housing and home rehabilitation recognized by a company that’s been ac- tive in NJ real estate for over a hundred years.” Tom Bartelmo , CEO of the Kislak Family Foundation, said, “In business and in phi- lanthropy, we at Kislak under- stand how important it is for people to have safe, comfortable homes where their families can thrive. We are proud to sup- port the community-building, family-focused work of Habitat for Humanity.” 

DISON, NJ — Bussel Realty Corp. (BRC) , an industrial real es-

Steve Jaynes

TCNWorldwide and CCIM Institute join forces to promote designation

nation curriculum and robust continuing education program. “TCN Worldwide prides

DALLAS, TX — H. Ross Ford III , president and CEO of TCN Worldwide

itself on pro- v i d i ng t he tools to help our members succeed and c on t i nu i ng education is at the fore- front of that e f f or t . The

announc ed a new co l - l a b o r a t i o n with CCIM Institute to further em- power com- mercial real estate profes- sionals. The

H. Ross Ford III

Timothy S. Blair

CCIM designation represents excellence in commercial real estate, and we are proud to have a diverse group of CCIM designees in our organization, including our own Timothy S. Blair, CCIM , with Shannon Waltchack/TCNWorldwide in Birmingham, AL, who is also CCIM Institute’s 2021 president,” said Ford. “We are company began.” Habitat of Greater Newark’s latest projects include two new homes in Livingston, and Criti- cal Repair programs in the cit- ies of East Orange, Elizabeth, and Jersey City. Over 100 families have ben- efited from Habitat of Greater Newark homes built with gener- ous donations from individuals, families, corporations, founda- tions and faith-based organiza- tions and with support from thousands of volunteers and other local non-profit organiza- tions over the years. Through its Critical Repair and Healthy Home Initiative, Habitat of Greater Newark also identifies and fixes barri- ers to safe and healthy living conditions such as mold and asbestos. By providing targeted repairs and improvements such as energy-saving measures and

CCIM designation is com- mercial real estate's most coveted credential and repre- sents commercial real estate’s gold standard for professional achievement. The organiza- tion, through its 50-plus chap- ters, continues to innovate best practices and elevate the commercial real estate profes- sional through its core desig- NEWARK, NJ — Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newark is pleased to announce a $50,000 grant from the Kis- lak Family Foundation of Miami Lakes, Florida. The grant will support the build- ing or rehabbing of homes to benefit low- to moderate-income families in Essex, Hudson, and Union counties. “New Jersey is a great place to live and work,” said Jason Pucci , COO of New Jersey- based The Kislak Compa- ny, Inc. “Since our company’s founding as a real estate broker- age firm in Hoboken in 1906, we’ve been involved in nearly all aspects of the NJ real estate market. We see this grant as continuing our late Chairman Jay Kislak’s legacy of mindful and meaningful philanthropy through supporting home own- ership in the state where our

Team Resources Inc. promotes AvromWeisberger

LYNDHURST, NJ — Team Resources Inc. announced the promotion

Kislak Family FoundationAwards $50,000 Grant to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newark

o f Avrom Weisberg- er to v i ce pr e s i dent . Weisberger h a s b e e n with Team Re s ou r c e s since 2013 and came to


the New Jersey real estate community after 10 years in the NYC industrial real estate market, where he spe- cialized in servicing the ar- eas of Brooklyn and Queens. Simultaneously, Weis- berger also worked in the construction industry and operated his own home renovation company for 13 years. As a former CEO & president, he brings a unique skill set that includes an extensive knowledge and understanding of business requirements and concerns. With his background as an entrepreneur, Weisberger has the ability to assist his

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