John Sartor, PE
President and CEO
John Sartor serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of PS&S. With more than 20 years of experience, he has worked on many high-profile environmental and development projects in New Jersey such as the development of Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel and Casino and the redevelopment of Hoboken's South Waterfront, now home to Wiley and Sons and the W Hotel.
Combining his real estate experience in environmental, civil, and geotechnical engineering with his construction management for these large-scaled mixed use development projects has been a great foundation for his role as Chief Executive. This technical expertise has helped shape his leadership strategy and overall extensive knowledge of the ever-changing industry.
Mr. Sartor was instrumental in developing PS&S’s Renewable Energy Group, which is a group focused on assisting customers in meeting the goals of New Jersey’s Energy Master Plan and he has been a main driver of PS&S’s Sustainable Development Group, which focuses on providing owners and tenants with green sustainable solutions to reduce energy load, water consumption and improved quality of life.
In 2010, Mr. Sartor was appointed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Transition Team.
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.