January 17, 2024

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(Left to right) Joe Brickley, Rick Matias, Jerry Keenan, Matt Loper, Jim Winckowski

A capacity crowd of business labor, utility, government and other key leaders turned out for inside details from the people running hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of upcoming critical infrastructure investments across New Jersey.

The Alliance for Action’s new “Building Critical Infrastructure” event gave Alliance members the chance to meet, speak and ask questions of Burlington County Engineer, Joe Brickley, Camden County Engineer Jim Winckowski, Somerset County Engineer Matt Loper and Union County Engineer Ricardo (Rick) Matias.

Featured speakers provided inside details on road, bridge, dam, school, healthcare, resiliency, park and other essential construction initiatives – and pointed out that RFP’s for many of these projects will be released in the next few days.

“The projects we heard about today are creating jobs and improving lives,” said Alliance for Action President Jerry Keenan.  “And the County Engineers are making them happen.  It was great to have each of our speakers and our attendees turn out for this one-of-a-kind event.”

The Building Critical Infrastructure program kicked off a terrific list of Alliance for Action events planned for 2024.  Click here to learn more about upcoming program and opportunities.