John Clearwater, managing director of the Construction Industry Advancement Program of New Jersey (CIAP of NJ), was recently awarded the 2004 Distinguished Engineering Service Award from the New Jersey Society of Progressional Engineers (NJSPE) at its annual award and installation banquet at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Brunswick, on June 10.
CIAP of NJ is a nonprofit trusteeship founded in 1977 by the New Jersey Asphalt Pavement Association, Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey, and the Associated General Contractors of New Jersey.
The Dome-Tech Group, 175 May St., Edison, has added six new team members: Kevin Scully, Michael, Falkenstern, Donald Strunck, Douglas Peacock, Michael Cutrona and Prentice McCoy. This expansion comes in response to a rapid increase in demand for Dome-Tech’s specialized engineering services.
The group is a leading provider of specialized engineering and energy services. Committed to optimizing building performance, it provides commissioning, field and energy engineering, facility maintenance consulting, and design build services.
The Edison Chamber of Commerce honored seven individuals and corporations for their commitment to the community at its annual Awards Dinner at the Sheraton-Edison, Raritan Center, Edison, on June 10 from 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Award winners include:
• Beautification Award, Freeholder Stephen J. "Pete" Dalina, a Woodbridge resident.
• Community Service Award, YMCA, Edison Campus.
• Community Spirit Award, Sovereign Bank, Edison.
• Educator of the Year, Fred J. Ciociola, a teacher at J.P. Stevens High School, Edison.
• Entrepreneur of the Year, Stephen McCarthy, president and CEO of "Today’s Staffing," Edison.
• Member of the Year, Clarion Hotel, Edison.
• Scholarship Award, Milalie Francisco, Edison resident and Middlesex County College student.
Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, Woodbridge, one of New Jersey’s oldest and largest law firms, has formed the development of its Appellate Practice Group, led by retired Supreme Court Associate Justice, Alan B. Handler and comprised of several other distinguished former members of the bench and noted practitioners.
The group was established to address the complex decisions in whether to appeal and how to present the appeal in a comprehensive, sophisticated and scholarly manner, including emergent applications, motions for leave to appeal, organization of legal argument, and strategies for effective oral argument.
All attorneys in the group have
extensive appellate experience and have appeared regularly before both the federal and state appellate courts.
Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer has approximately 160 attorneys. It lists 22 attorneys in The Best Lawyers in America, more than any other law firm in New Jersey.