SOURCE: Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor, LLC (PS & S)

December 20, 2012 10:00 ET

John Sartor Is Named President of Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor (PS&S)

Industry and Firm Veteran to Assume New Role as of January 1st

WARREN, NJ--(Marketwire - Dec 20, 2012) - John Sartor, a 20-year veteran in the architecture and engineering industry who has been instrumental in major environmental and development projects in the tri-State area, has been named President of Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor (PS&S), the company announced today.

Among Mr. Sartor's most significant projects are the redevelopment of Hoboken's South Waterfront, now home to Wiley and Sons and the W Hotel, and the development of Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel and Casino. In both of these large-scale mixed use brownfield re-development projects, Mr. Sartor used his experience in environmental, civil and geotechnical engineering with his construction management training to create outstanding successful properties.

"John's passion to help clients and our team at PS&S deliver environmentally sound and extremely successful projects has been a hallmark of his career," said Dr. Anthony J. Sartor, PS&S chairman and chief executive officer. "He has developed into a tremendous leader for our organization and we have every confidence that he will continue as he helps guide our company's future."

Mr. Sartor was instrumental in developing PS&S's Renewable Energy Group, which is assisting clients in the development of Solar, Wind, Alternative Fuels and Geothermal projects in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. A member of Governor Christie's New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Transition Team, Mr. Sartor has also been the guiding influence behind PS&S's Sustainable Development Group, assisting clients with green, sustainable solutions to reduce energy loads and water consumption.

A graduate of Duke University with a B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (1992), Mr. Sartor later earned Master's Degrees from Stevens Institute of Technology in Environmental Engineering (1995), Civil Engineering (1999), and Construction Management (2003).

He served on the Green Brook Township (NJ) Board of Education for six years, and served for four years on the Scotch Plains (NJ) Environmental Commission.

"I have been fortunate to work with an amazing team here at PS&S and with clients who have valued our input," said Mr. Sartor. "Over the past 50 years, PS&S has grown to become one of the most respected names in the AE community. I look forward to building on that history as we begin our next 50 years of service to the communities and clients we represent."

Founded in 1962, Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor (PS&S) has evolved into a unique best-in-class architecture and engineering (AE) firm, providing design and permitting services to a wide range of corporate, institutional and commercial clients. PS&S is ranked among the top national design firms by Engineering News Record (and among the top 15 national engineering firms in pharmaceuticals). Recognized both for its breadth of services and depth of expertise, it is a one-stop resource for planning, permitting and design at the local, State and Federal levels.

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