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Business Associations Part II
These lists of trade groups and business associations were
U.S. 1 Newspaper on January 6, 1999. Other association lists
(entrepreneurs groups, computer groups, job development groups) are
contained in the text of the cover story. For groups that were omitted
from the text, particularly women’s networking groups, go to the
business directory or the events calendar on this home page and search
the database. Women’s networking groups will be published on February
American Concrete Institute, NJ Chapter, 25 Ireland Brook Drive,
North Brunswick 08902-4776; education in concrete technology and
of the use of concrete. Casimir Bognacki, president.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Greater Trenton
Section, 105 Carnegie Center, c/o Fahrenfeld at Syska & Hennessy,
Suite 101, Princeton 08540-6237. George Roetenberg, chairman.
Central Jersey Engineering Council, 626 West State Street, c/o
Alatsas Engineering, Trenton 08618. James G. Alatsas.
Construction Specifications Institute, Box 2987, Princeton
for design professionals and students, devoted to the advancement
of construction technology, third Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except summer)
Engineers Club of Trenton, 217 Hidden Spring Lane, Langhorne
19047; meetings second Thursdays at 7 p.m. at various area
October through May, open to all in the engineering field. Vincent
Wagner, executive secretary.
Instrument Society of America, Box 5294, Trenton 08638; updates
on process monitoring, analysis, and control, meetings on last
6 p.m., at the Holiday Inn. George Erk, membership chair.
Metal Powder Industries Federation, 105 College Road East,
08540-6692; promotion of world-wide powder/metallurgy industries
statistics, standards, marketing, technology, research, publications,
meetings, and education. Donald G. White, executive director.
New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers, 196 West State
Street, Trenton 08608; promotion and protection of profession of
as social and economic influence vital to affair of men and nation.
Joseph A. Simonetta, executive director.
New Jersey Society of Professional Land Surveyors, 310 West
State Street, Trenton 08618; Statewide group of 1000+ members in nine
chapters. Nicholas Wunner, president.
North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC), 116-390
Village Boulevard, Princeton Forrestal Village, Suite 390, Princeton
08540-5731; electric industry organization dedicated to the
of the bulk electric systems in North America. Michehl R. Gent,
Society of Professional Engineers, Mercer County Chapter, 506
Carnegie Center, c/o Parsons Brinckerhoff, Princeton 08540. Mark
PE, president ’98-’99.
Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Central & Southern New
Box 307, Dayton 08810-0307; quarterly meetings. Leo Nemeth, executive
Associated General Contractors of New Jersey, Raritan Center
Plaza II, Edison 08837; trade association for the heavy, highway,
and utility industries. Richard L. Forman, executive director.
Building Contractors Association of New Jersey, 91 Fieldcrest
Avenue, Raritan Plaza II, Edison 08837; general building
management organization. Jack Kocsis Jr., executive director.
Central Jersey Builders Association, 44 Stelton Road, Suite
210, Piscataway 08854; builders and suppliers, meetings on second
New Jersey Asphalt Pavement Association, Raritan Center Plaza
II, Fieldcrest Avenue, Edison 08837. Richard Foreman, executive
New Jersey Builders Association, 500 Horizon Center Drive, Suite
530, Robbinsville 08691-4411; nonprofit representing builders and
those affiliated with the building industry. Patrick J. O’Keefe, chief
WSA Alliance, 195 Nassau Street, Second Floor, Princeton 08542;
strategic consortium of 14 primary engineering and architectural firms
providing support to telecommunications facilities. Paul Silverberg,
Accountants for the Public Interest, Turnpike Plaza, 197 Route
18 South, East Brunswick 08816; nonprofit providing CPA and other
financial expertise to other nonprofits and to individuals in need.
James J. McKeever, executive director.
Construction Financial Management Association, 29 Emmons Drive,
Suite F-60, Princeton 08540-1413; non-profit serving 5,500 financial
managers in construction. William M. Schwab, executive director.
Financial Institutions Marketing Association NJ, Box 379, Totowa
07511. Lorraine Johnson, president, New Jersey chapter ’98.
Institute of Management Accountants, Raritan Valley Chapter,
90 Woodbridge Center Drive, Suite 110, Woodbridge 07095; second
at 5:30 p.m. at McAteers, $25. Kevin Vinicombe, president 1998-99.
Institute of Management Accountants, Trenton Chapter, c/o
Corporation, CN 5300, Princeton 08543; meetings third Wednesday of
each month at Good Time Charleys. Kevin H. Knopp, president ’98-’99.
Institute of Management Accountants, Princeton, Box 3162,
08540; meetings on third Wednesdays at 6 p.m. at Good Time Charley’s,
August to May, extension 2310. John Wilshire, president, 1998-’99.
Mortgage Bankers Association of New Jersey, 385 Morris Avenue,
Springfield 07081. E. Robert Levy, executive director & counsel.
New Jersey Bankers Association, 499 North Harrison Street, Box
573, Princeton 08542; 74 commercial banks. Alfred H. Griffith,
New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, 425 Eagle
Rock Avenue, Roseland 07068; chapter meetings for Mercer County,
at Princeton. Rosemarie A. Fisher CPA, president 1998-99.
Public Sector Groups
American Society for Public Administration (NJ ASPA), Box 1866,
Trenton 08607-1866; non-partisan organization dedicated to achieving
excellence in public management. Warren Barclay, president 1998-’99.
New Jersey State League of Municipalities, 407 West State
Trenton 08650; 567 municipalities. William Dressel Jr., executive
New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, 777 Alexander
Road, Suite 203, Princeton 08540-6325. Lorraine Kulick, executive
Public Sector Managers Association, 202 West State Street, Box
7103, West Trenton 08628; 800 members, dedicated to promoting
management of public services through education, training, networking,
and communication with state government. Beverly J. Lynch, executive
Healthcare Business Women’s Association, 333 B Route 46 West,
Suite B 201, Fairfield; meetings in New York and northern New Jersey.
Dave Bressen, president.
Home Health Assembly, 14 Washington Road, Building 2, Suite
211, Princeton Junction 08550; non-profit organization of home care
providers. Carol Kientz, executive director.
New Jersey Adult Day Care Association, 16 East Main Street,
c/o The Tender Inc., Moorestown 08057; adult day care directory. Gerry
New Jersey Assisted Living Association, 428 Riverview Plaza,
Trenton 08611. Joseph Farren, executive director.
New Jersey Association of Health Care Facilities, 2131 Route
33, Lexington Square Commons, Hamilton 08690; representing more than
250 longterm care facilities in New Jersey. William R. Abrams,
New Jersey Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging, 13
Roszel Road, B-113, Princeton 08540; publishers of a directory of
homes for members that can be used for mailing purposes. June A.
Association of Health Plans, 50 West State Street, Suite 1012,
Trenton 08608. Paul Langevin, president.
American Culinary Federation, Box 7585, Princeton 08540;
chefs guild of Central New Jersey. Dana Osterman, Nassau Club chef.
Meeting Professionals International, Box 6, Carney 07032;
for meeting professionals, including suppliers to and planners for
the hospitality industry. Patricia Hanley, executive secretary.
New Jersey Food Council, 30 West Lafayette Street, Trenton
James C. Morford.
New Jersey Hotel/Motel Association, 196 West State Street,
08608; for the state’s lodging industry. Joseph Simonetta, executive
New Jersey Restaurant Association, 1 Executive Drive, Suite
100, Somerset 08873; more than 12,000 members with more than 165,000
workers. Deborah Dowdell, executive vice president.
New Jersey Travel Industry Association, 196 West State Street,
Trenton 08608. Mary Lou Pollack, president 1998-1999.
The Professional Chefs Guild of Central NJ, 6 Mercer Street,
Box 7585, Princeton 08543-7585; chapter of the American Culinary
for chefs, cooks, bakers, and food service professionals. Elisabeth
See U.S. 1’s Women in Business issue, February 3.
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