PS&S Takes Part in Engineering Expo

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The Lower Hudson Valley Engineering Expo is held annually in the spring and this year took place at White Plains High School in White Plains, NY. Young attendees get the opportunity to meet representatives from top engineering schools, learn more from industry leaders of top engineering and technology firms, and can get participate at the “Young Engineers Panel.” The event was attended by many engineering firms and municipal officials from NYS, County and local governments as well as numerous colleges offering engineering degrees.

Jovena Gjurai and Bill Schneider attended and spoke to many students about engineering as a career and answered numerous questions about our firm and what we do. Jovena provided a fresh perspective as a recent engineering graduate.


PS&S Receives CoCoRaHS Certificate of Appreciation

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PS&S has once again been issued the attached Certificate of Appreciation from the N.J. State Climatologist for our “Outstanding Service” to the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoRaHS) network. 

Congratulations and thank you to Brian Budney and the CoCoRaHs team for their dedication and submitting reports that covered more 358 days over the course of 2018.


PS&S Attends Red Hot Gala 2019


Every year, The Cooper Foundation invites New Jersey leaders and Cooper Foundation friends to celebrate the foundation’s successes and future. All proceeds support The Cooper Foundation's commitment to making life better for its patients and community.

PS&S is happy to attend and support this year’s Red Hot Gala which took place in Philadelphia on March 29th.


PS&S Attends Westchester Business Expo


PS&S was proud to attend and be an exhibitor at this year’s Westchester Business Expo! The Business Council of Westchester 2019 Expo took place at the Hilton Westchester on Mar. 29 from 1-5PM. For more info go here:


PS&S Attends NJ Future Conference


PS&S was proud to be an exhibitor at this year’s New Jersey Future: Redevelopment Forum where the theme was New Jersey’s struggle with outdated infrastructure, congested roads, and polluted water… and what solutions are within reach.


PS&S Promotes Longtime Experts


PS&S promotes longtime land services, environmental experts

By Joshua Burd, Real Estate New Jersey

Design and engineering firm PS&S has made two promotions within its executive ranks.

Joe Fleming

In a news release Tuesday, the Warren-based firm announced that it has named Joe Fleming first executive vice president. In the new role, he will continue to ignite and oversee expansion of the firm in key business areas.

Fleming, previously an executive vice president, has spent nearly 35 years with PS&S. He has previously overseen dozens of prominent and highly acclaimed construction projects, from houses of worship and retail centers to corporate office developments and residential housing.

He also serves on the PS&S management committee and is the firm’s principal-in-charge of all land services, which include environmental permitting and remediation, utility services, surveying, landscape architecture and civil engineering, the news release said. The New Jersey Institute of Technology graduate also holds a fellow grade at the American Society of Civil Engineers and serves on its Industry Leaders Council.

Miguel Salinas

The firm has also promoted L. Miguel Salinas to executive vice president and has elevated him to its management committee, the news release said. In the new role, Salinas manages the multidisciplinary environmental services department, which includes overseeing a wide variety of services related to permitting, environmental impact assessment, site evaluation and remediation and many other areas.

He is responsible for environmental services in all PS&S offices, having joined the firm in 2007.

Salinas, previously a senior vice president, also chairs the energy utility sector team for PS&S. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in soil science from the University of Arkansas and Louisiana State University, respectively.

The veteran engineer is actively involved with New Jersey’s site remediation program.


Kris McCool Takes Part in NJEC Economic Series Panel


Kris McCool took part in a panel in this year’s NJEC Economic Series: Natural Gas. The panel discussed – The Bridge to a Clean Energy Future – In 2018 New Jersey began a new path for a clean energy future. In order to maintain current standards and reach the 2050 goals, it is necessary that the future includes an all-in approach when it comes to comprehensive energy needs. With the buildout of wind generation and the advancement of energy storage, natural gas is a bridge and support fuel for a clean energy future. The panel will discuss the transition to the 2050 goals and what role natural gas plays in that transition. 


NJEC Selects PS&S as its February Highlight


PS&S is honored to be selected as the New Jersey Energy Coalition February Member Highlight.

PS&S is a proud member of the New Jersey Energy Coalition. With deep roots in New Jersey, PS&S has assumed a leadership role in redefining professional energy services, both in traditional and emerging technologies. We understand the needs of our fellow Coalition members and are uniquely qualified in our approach to project development, from environmental compliance through engineering design. PS&S Energy Services group includes the full range of professionals that work strategically with our clients to navigate through the challenges of project development, particularly in light of New Jersey’s complex regulatory processes, allowing for projects to be completed in accordance with service demands. Our enthusiastic professionals are embracing emerging energy market opportunities.

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NJ SHARES Board of Directors Appoints John Sartor as Newest Member


New Jersey SHARES Appoints New Members to Board of Directors

New Jersey SHARES, Inc., a statewide nonprofit corporation aiding individuals and families who have trouble meeting their energy and utility burden, has appointed four new members to its Board of Directors.

The newly appointed members are Jenny S. Davis of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Ulises E. Diaz of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, Chris James of MBI and John A. Sartor of PS&S.

“We are thrilled to welcome these four talented leaders to our Board of Directors,” said Cheryl B. Stowell, CEO, New Jersey SHARES. “Their insight and combined years of expertise in their respective fields will be a great asset to our nonprofit organization as we continue to serve our New Jersey neighbors in need.”


PS&S Attends Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting


PS&S attended the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey’s Annual Meeting event. Among those in attendance were, representatives from Campbells Soup and American Water.


PS&S Attends NJ Alliance For Action NJ's Leading Infrastructure Projects


PS&S attended NJ Alliance For Action’s event recognizing NJ's Leading Infrastructure Projects on Wednesday, February 6th, 2019.

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PS&S was present and accepted the Alliance for Action Infrastructure Award for our efforts on Atlantic City Electric's Orchard to Lewis Transmission Line Rebuild Project. PS&S groups involved included Survey, Remediation, Environmental Permitting, Civil, Cultural Resources, GIS, Hydrogeology, Architecture.


Scott Salmon Participates in NYSBA Annual Meeting Panel


Scott Salmon participated in a panel discussion at the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) Environmental & Energy Law Section regarding Ethical Issues in Environmental Due Diligence on Friday, January 18, 2019.

The panel discussed ethical cases studies involving an attorney’s and an engineer’s ethical obligation under their respective Code of Ethics. The panel counts as 1.0 credits in ethics for NYMCLE.

The 2019 NYSBA Annual Meeting took place from January, 14th to the 18th at New York Hilton Midtown in New York City.


PS&S Moves to New Long Island Office


PS&S is excited to announce that it has officially moved its Long Island office to Mineola.