Contracts Awarded

First Properties Corp./Modern Recycled Spaces, 340 Scotch Road, Ewing 08628; 609-883-6100; fax, 609-883-0036. Daniel Popkin, president.

Construction giant K. Hovnanian has leased a 20,200 square-foot flex-space through real estate management and development firm First Properties at 5 Commerce Way in Hamilton. The space is part of a two-story, 90,000 square-foot mixed-use space that was built in January.

Leaving Town

Stephen J. Zielinski, 9 Gordon Avenue, Lawrenceville.

Stephen Zielinski, a civil trial attorney, has left his Gordon Avenue offices. Phone and fax numbers have been disconnected and 411 has no record of the business in the Princeton area.

A lawyer by the same name is listed at the website as being at 294 Broad Street, Red Bank 07701. The person answering the Red Bank phone number, 732-345-8100, declined to answer any questions.

Name Changes

Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers (TTEK), 103 Main Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Suite 100, Princeton 08540; 609-514-9333; fax, 609-514-9444. John Missell, office director.

The Thomas Group, a national architecture and engineering with offices at 103 Main Street, has changed its name to Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers. The move is the culmination of Thomas Group’s 2002 acquisition by Tetra Tech., a resource management firm based in Pasadena.

Tetra Tech is known for environmental engineering, and it’s focus on sustainability jells with Thomas’ focus on building high performance learning environments, according to a statement released by Thomas last week.

John Missell, regional director of the Princeton office, said the benefits of the deal reached in 2002 have been Thomas’ ability to tap into Tetra Tech’s global reach. Tetra Tech has six other offices in the Northeast: Newark, Delaware; and Ithaca, Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, and Farmingdale, New York.

New in Town

Audio Holdings Inc., 197 Wall Street, Princeton 08540. Michael Gladishev, CEO.

Audio Holdings, a publisher of audio books in multiple languages, has moved from Franklin Lakes to Princeton.

According to Publisher’s Weekly, the company acquired the assets of Ontario-based Durkin-Hayes Publishing over the summer, and plans to reissue Durkin-Hayes’ audio children’s books, classics, westerns, romance novels, science-fiction, thrillers, novels, short story collections, and stories.

Integrating Factors, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 321, Princeton 08540; 609-750-9118; fax, 866-309-2762. Prashant Kumar, managing principal.

A management consulting firm, Integrating Factors, has opened at 103 Carnegie Center.

LDI Color Toolbox, 1095 Cranbury-South River Road, Suite 4, Jamesburg 08831-9725; 609-409-0800; fax, 609-409-0897. Darrell Krischik, vice president.

LDI Color Toolbox, which provides supplies and service of digital printing equipment for offices, has opened an office in Jamesburg.

Headquartered in Jericho, NY, LDI has five locations in New York, New Jersey, and California. The company trades in copiers, printers, fax machines, and digital document management software.

Ribbon Cutting

Nexus Properties Inc., 1 Brunswick Circle, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-396-6800; fax, 609-989-8492. Andrea L. Sussman, executive VP. Home page:

California-based Premier Power Renewable Energy Inc. formally dedicated the first of two 201 kilowatt solar rooftops at the New Jersey Transit Center in Trenton with a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 14.

The building, a six-story parking garage beside the Amtrak line, is the first of two such structures that ultimately will each house more than 600 solar panels and generate 401 kilowatts of solar power at the station.. The solar systems are operated by Lawrenceville-based real estate developer, Nexus Properties, which has offices at 1 Brunswick Circle.

According to Premier Power, the canopies are expected to jointly generate about 467,500 kilowatt hours per year, which is roughly the amount of energy needed to power 50 homes per year. The systems also are expected to eliminate approximately 141 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. The power generated by the solar systems at times, will be more than the structures need, and Nexus Properties will be able to sell excess power back to the grid.

In addition to producing energy, each solar system is being equipped with 110 volt charging stations for hybrid and electric vehicles.

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