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Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — July 29 - August 11, 2016 — 9B


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Windows and doors suitable for every project Adler Windows opens 1,400 s/f Manhattan showroom

RGS Associates attends ground- breaking forWarwickWoodlands


EW YORK, NY — Adl er Windows , New York’s premier

SOUTH TOMS RIVER, NJ — South Toms River police and other municipal workers are currently moving into the new 10,000 s/f Police Department and Municipal Court Building designed by DMR Architects at 19 Double Trouble Rd. The Hasbrouck Heights-based firm’s plans and cost estimates retrofitted a vacant daycare cen- ter into a modern building that addressed the borough’s need for the police to have a sepa- rate entry, two holding cells, a processing room and interview room. It will also house all mu- nicipal offices and a municipal court with advanced technology for closed circuit court proceed- ings and governing body presen- tations. The new location will also provide for a community roomwith an interactive smart- board for enforcement training, With the opening of the new space, Jamaica, NY-based Adler Windows joins an ex- tremely select group of window and door companies to have a showroom or any presence at all in Manhattan. The Adler showroom features a wide as- sortment of full-size function- ing windows and doors, suit- able for virtually every com- mercial, residential, historic and institutional renovation or new construction project. Cre- ated as a fenestration resource and design center for owners, window installation firm, re- cently opened a 1,400 s/f Man- hattan window showroom. The new facility, located at 350 Seventh Ave., Suite 1103, New York, NY, will also serve as sales, estimating and market- ing offices, as well as a confer- ence meeting space for activi- ties related to the company’s comprehensive fenestration services. A series of evening receptions in late June, at- tended by over 150 design and construction professionals, marked the grand opening of the space.

Shown from left: Bill Fredericks, PE, Project Manager, RGSAssociates; Gary Gaissert, VP of Operations, Moravian Manor; Dave Swartley, President and CEO, MoravianManor; Mark Hackenburg, RLA, Princi- pal, RGSAssociates; Alex Piehl, RLA, Client Manager, RGSAssociates

Ross and Gary Adler with fenestration professionals at Manhattan showroom opening reception.

architects, general contractors and other construction profes- sionals to collaborate with Adler on their projects, the new showroom displays windows from top national window and door manufacturers such as Crystal and Marvin . “Having a presence in Man- hattan, in the heart of the city’s design and construction community, is a big plus for us,” said Ross Adler , presi- dent of Adler Windows. “With this space we will be much closer to our clients and to our major projects.” Equipped with state-of-the- art multimedia technology,

the conference space will also be used to host numerous AIA accredited fenestration related continuing education courses given by manufacturers and open for all area design and construction professionals. Adler Windows has grown rapidly since its 1986 found- ing in Queens by Gary Adler . Joined by his son Ross nine years ago, the company now boasts 80 employees and han- dles all types of commercial and residential window proj- ects throughout the New York metro area. Tours of the new showroom are by appointment only. n

and landscape elements. The community’s tree-lined streets and traditional neighborhood feel will welcome motorists and pedestrians alike. An extensive sidewalk and trail network will connect resident homes with a variety of out- door living spaces at Warwick Woodlands, as well as, pro- vide convenient access to the surrounding Lititz Borough pedestrian corridors. RGS Associates is an award- winning consulting firm of reg- istered landscape architects and civil engineers who pro- vide their clients with creative site design and entitlement services beginning with initial feasibility investigations and continuing through project construction. n degrees in Civil and Archi- tectural Engineering from Drexel University. Since those early days, Jason has earned a reputation as a leader among his peers in the engineering industry, garnering accolades along the way including most recently, “2014 Engineer of the Year” awarded to him by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers Le- high Valley Chapter. Jason currently serves on the boards of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI), the American Society of Civil En- gineers (ASCE) Lehigh Valley Chapter, and Drexel Univer- sity’s College of Engineering Alumni Association. n

LITITZ, PA — On July 6th Moravian Manor, a non-profit Life Plan Community, held a ceremonial ground break- ing as construction continues on phase one of the Warwick Woodlands project. Warwick Woodlands, located steps away from downtown Lititz, PA, ‘Americas Coolest Small Town’, is a traditional neighborhood senior living community that will feature a combination of carriage homes, townhomes, and apartment homes. The community will offer residents pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods that include a variety of outdoor living spaces ranging from small pocket parks, to large plazas and cen- tral greens defined by a variety of architectural building types PHILADELPHIA, PA — With more than 17 years of hands-on restoration experi- ence, Jason Co l eman , P E , CDT r e turns t o O’Donnell & Nac ca - rato to lead the firm’s in- house resto- ration divi- sion based out of O&N’s Phila- delphia, PA headquarters. Jason is a professional engineer registered in MD, NJ, NY, and PA. He laid the foundation of his career at O’Donnell & Naccarato in 1999 after earning dual Jason Coleman

DMR Architects-planned municipal/ public safety building planned to open

O’Donnell & Naccarato welcomes back Coleman as director of restoration

19 Double Trouble Rd.

and space for the Borough’s Of- fice of Emergency Management. “DMR helped us see that a vacant building was the best solution for our needs, not just today but many years into the future,” said Oscar Cradle, Mayor for South Toms River. “We were also able to complete a redevelopment agreement with other parcels in the Borough so the new building helps us serve

our residents/taxpayers better at no cost to them.” “Projects like South Toms River are very exciting for us because they allow us to cre- atively address multiple issues in addition to the need for a new building, and ultimately help the township run more ef- ficiently,” Lloyd Rosenberg, AIA , president and CEO of DMR Architects, said. n

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