Animal Services

SAVE — A Friend to Homeless Animals, 900 Herrontown Road, Princeton 08540; 609-921-6122; fax, 609-921-6013. Piper Burrows, executive director.

The private non-profit organization that cares for lost, abandoned, or injured animals in the Princeton area will be moving into new space in Montgomery. Appeared in U.S. 1 October 1.


Marina Rubina, Architect, 28 Quarry Street, Princeton 08542; 609-683-1376.

Rubina launched her modular architecture practice after installing her own 2,500-square-foot modular home. (May 21.)

Building Supplies

FRP Accessories, 335 New Road, Suite 9, Monmouth Junction 08852; 732-355-0253. Vipul Fadia, president.

FRP Accessories, a distributor of fiber reinforced plastic wall panels used as an alternative to tile, expanded its office. (April 2.)

Event Planning

Global Planners Inc., 3525 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 909, Mercerville 08619; 609-689-0001; fax, 609-689-0069. Megan Buzzetta, president.

After just barely scraping through the recession, corporate events and travel planning agency Global Planners has grown to a staff of 27 in its Quakerbridge Road office (June 18.)

Market Research

Cint USA, 989 Lennox Drive, Suite 208, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-759-0790. Terence McCarron, managing director, North America.

Cint USA, the North American office of a London-based market research company, expanded and moved from Route 1 to Lenox Drive in Lawrence. (September 3.)

Medical Publications

MJH Associates, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 300, Plainsboro 08536; 609-716-7777; fax, 609-716-4747. Michael Hennessy, CEO.

The publisher of multiple resources for physicians expanded its reach to patients with its acquisition of CURE Media Group, publisher of CURE Magazine. (November 19.)

Internet Publishing

The Independent Traveler, 200 Princeton South Corporate Center, Suite 330, Ewing 08628; 609-583-0000. Kathleen Tucker, president.

Travel website “The Independent Traveler” expanded from a smaller space Pennington to a 16,000-square-foot office in Ewing. (September 24.)

Computer Consultants

Datasys Consulting & Software Inc., 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 240, Princeton 08540; 609-672-8118; fax, 609-228-5972. Azita Pachomski, operations manager.

Datasys, an IT consulting company, relocated from 600 Alexander Road to Forrestall Village, to accommodate new hires. (July 23.)

Software Development

Atyeti, 125 Village Boulevard, Suite 290, Princeton 08540; 732-850-6968. Shashi Ramesh.

information technology solutions from Application Services, Systems Integration, Custom Software Development, QA/Testing & Validation Services, IT Infrastructure Services and offshore delivery services

Atyeti, a developer of IT solutions, moved from Nassau Street to a bigger office space in Forrestal Village. (August 13.)

Datacolor Inc., 5 Princess Road, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-924-2189; fax, 609-895-7472. Albert Busch, CEO.

The manufacturer of color control communications, systems, software, instruments, and equipment acquired Italian print company Media Logic SNC. (July 9).

Maptext Inc., 902 Carnegie Center, Suite 160, Princeton 08540; 732-940-7100; fax, 732-940-7101. Jaruslaw Malecki, president.

Maptext Inc, a company that makes mapping software, has moved from Cornwall Road to a larger office in Carnegie Center. (March 5.)


SJH Engineering PC, 3700 Route 27, Suite 201, Princeton 08540-0960; 732-329-0500; fax, 866-812-1207. S. Jayakumaran, principal.

Engineering consulting firm SJH Engineering opened a new administrative office on Route 27 in Princeton. (February 26.)


Anne Skalka & Associates CPA, 3836 Quakerbridge Road, Building A, Suite 105, Mercerville 08619; 609-671-1300; fax, 609-671-0222. Anne Skalka CPA, president.

Anne Skalka & Associates, CPAs, have moved from 2999 Princeton Pike to new offices on Quakerbridge Road because the company outgrew its existing space. (January 8.)

Horvath & Giacin PC, 130 Route 31 North, Suite A, Box 706, Pennington 08534-0706; 609-737-0300; fax, 609-737-7640. John A. Horvath CPA, president.

Horvath & Giacin, an accounting firm located in Pennington since 1989, is expanding its operation by opening a second office at 31 North Sugan Road, Suite 3A, in New Hope. (June 25.)

Lear & Pannepacker CPAs, 791 Alexander Road, Princeton 08540; 609-452-2200; fax, 609-452-1065. Eric Robert Lear, managing partner.

Lear Pannepacker, an Alexander Road-based accounting firm, merged with Vizzini & Marcucci, a Hamilton firm. (January 15).


JP Morgan, 300 Carnegie Center, Suite 120, Princeton 08540; 609-524-2144; fax, 609-750-0448. Shawn J. Gold, executive director, senior banker.

JP Morgan has moved from 103 College Road East to 300 Carnegie Center, an upgrade from a shared office to Class A space with a client center for private banking customers. (November 5).

McGraw-Hill Employees Federal Credit Union, 120 Windsor Center Drive, East Windsor 08520-1412; 609-426-6514; fax, 609-490-0454. Shawn Gilfedder, president.

The member-owned and operated, not-for-profit financial cooperative merged with New York-based credit union Education Affiliates FCU. (September 10.)

Investment Banking

Tucker Capital Corp., 252 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542; 609-924-5710; fax, 609-924-5027. Craig Battle, founding partner.

Investment banking firm Tucker Capital moved from 234 Nassau Street into the Tigerlabs building at 252 to be in a more tech-oriented environment. (May 28.)

Private Investments

Nile Capital Management LLC, 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 306, Princeton 08540; 646-367-2820; fax, 646-367-2815. Larry Seruma, founder.

Nile Capital Management, an investment firm focused on Africa, moved from shared office in the Regis Complex at the Forrestal Center to its own office in Forrestal Village. (April 23).

Chambers Street Properties (CSG), 47 Hulfish Street, Suite 210, Princeton 08542; 609-683-4900. Jack Cuneo, CEO.

The commercial real estate investment trust purchased the headquarters of Space Exploration Technologies Corp. in California. (August 13.)

Leasing Services

Trac Intermodal (IPX), 211 College Road East, Princeton 08540; 609-452-8900; fax, 609-452-8211. Steve Rubin, COO.

TRAC Intermodal, a nationwide transportation company with headquarters on Independence Way and College Road East, announced plans to move to larger headquarters at 750 College Road East. (August 20.)

Venture Capital

Edison Partners, 1009 Lenox Drive, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-896-1900; fax, 609-896-0066. Chris Sugden, managing partner.

The venture capital firm focused on growth-stage companies in software, healthcare IT, financial technology, and interactive media changed its name from Edison Ventures to Edison Partners as founder John Martinson transferred leadership of the company to managing partner Chris Sugden. (August 27.)

Food Services

Devin Food Equipment, 55 Route 31 South, Suite B-2, Pennington 08534; 609-333-8805.

Todd Devin Food Equipment, a Yardley-based distributor of kitchen equipment, opened a warehouse on Route 31 South in Pennington. (April 2.)

Foreign Trade

Chemworld International Ltd. Inc., 666 Plainsboro Road, Building 500, Suite 210, Plainsboro 08536; 609-750-0093; fax, 609-750-1999. Manoj Modi.

Chemworld International, a manufacturer, importer, and exporter of chemicals, dyes and pigments, moved from a shared office to its own space on Plainsboro Road. (April 2.)

Loving Pets Corp., 110 Melrich Road, Suite 1, Cranbury 08512; 609-655-3700; fax, 609-655-3399. Eric Abbey, founder and CEO.

Loving Pets, an importer of pet supplies, expanded its Merlich Road headquarters and warehouse and planned to add about 10 employees to deal with growing business. (March 19.)


The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, College Road East, Box 2316, Princeton 08543-2316; 609-452-8701; fax, 609-627-6422. Risa Lavizza-Mourey MD, CEO.

The foundation, dedicated to improving health and health care, launched its “Building a Culture of Health” campaign. (June 4.)

Healthcare Services

HealthCARE Express, 4065 Quakerbridge Road, Princeton Junction 08550; 609-297-0546. John Mastrosimone.

Mastrosimone opened an urgent care center on Quakerbridge Road after a positive experience at a clinic in Florida. (October 29.)

S&P Consulting Services, 4390 Route 1, Suite 206, Princeton 08540; 609-297-7334. Joydeep Paul.

Two companies owned by Joydeep Paul — healthcare IT consultancy S&P and Medserv, a provider of CPR training — expanded on Route 1. (December 10.)


Archer & Greiner PC, 101 Carnegie Center, Suite 300, Princeton 08540; 609-580-3700; fax, 609-580-0051. Neal L. Schonhaut, managing attorney.

Archer & Greiner signed a long-term lease for 22,000 square feet at 101 Carnegie Center. (March 12.)

Buttaci & Leardi, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 323, Princeton 08540; 609-799-5150; fax, 609-524-2575. Vincent Buttaci, managing member.

Buttaci & Leardi, a law firm specializing in product liability and fraud for the healthcare industry, moved from Suite 103 to Suite 323 to accommodate more employees. (February 12.)

Freeman Carolla Reisman & Gran LLC, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 101, Princeton 08540; 609-454-5609; fax, 609-228-6909. Hillary Freeman, attorney.

The special needs attorneys moved from Vaughn Drive to a larger office in Carnegie Center. (March 26.)

High Tech


Heights-USA Inc., 1445 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing 08628; 609-530-1300; fax, 609-530-9430. Tim Philburn, operations manager.

major OEM equipment and parts supplier for the lithographic and flexographic plate processor business; based in England

Heights USA, a manufacturer of printing equipment, planned to open a plant in Korea that would remanufacture Heights printing plate processors. (December 10.)

MISTRAS Group Inc. (MG), 195 Clarksville Road, Princeton Junction 08550; 609-716-4000; fax, 609-716-0706. Sotirios J. Vahaviolos, CEO.

MISTRAS Group, a provider of tools for evaluating the structural integrity of energy, industrial, and public infrastructure, announced the acquisition of the NACHER Corporation, a provider of turnkey maintenance and inspection services to the oil, gas, and petrochemical industry. (August 27.)

Princeton Satellite Systems, 6 Market Street, Suite 926, Plainsboro 08536; 609-275-9606; fax, 609-275-9609. Michael Paluszek, president.

Princeton Satellite Systems, focused on aerospace control and energy systems, announced the development of the SunStation, a lithium-ion battery-powered solar system with the capacity to power a home. (August 20.)

Sensors Unlimited/UTC Aerospace Systems (GR), 330 Carter Road, Princeton 08540; 609-333-8200; fax, 609-333-8103.

The makers of shortwave and near infrared focal plane arrays, cameras, and high-speed detectors expanded from Princeton Service Center to the former Western Electric facility on Carter Road. (October 8.)


Sandoz Inc. (Eon Labs) (ADR), 103 College Road East, Princeton 08540; 609-627-8500; fax, 609-627-8682. Don DeGolyer, president.

Generic drug manufacturer Sandoz moved its headquarters from Carnegie Center to Plainsboro after receiving a $9.1 million incentive package to remain in New Jersey. (March 5.)

Apcer Pharma, 3 Independence Way, Suite 300, Princeton 08540; 609-455-1600. Suneet Walia.

Apcer Pharma, an international company that provides services to the pharmaceutical industry, moved from 5 Independence Way to 3 Independence Way to make room for new employees. (September 17.)

Collab Infotech, 4390 Route 1, Suite 208, Princeton 08540; 609-632-0261. Sam Matreja, CEO.

Collab Infotech, a consulting firm serving mainly pharmaceutical companies, moved into a larger office at 4390 Route 1 after a year of steady expansion. (October 8.)

Process Stream, 500 Alexander Park, Princeton 08540; 609-955-3549; fax, 609-520-8731. Bobby Roy, CEO.

After outgrowing its Carnegie Center office, the consultants for pharma/food manufacturing compliance and quality control became the first occupants of 500 Alexander Park since architecture firm RMJM left the location in 2011. (May 7.)

Genesis Biotechnology Group, 1000 Waterview Drive, Hamilton 08691; 877-269-0090; fax, 609-570-1050. Eli Mordechai, chief executive officer.

Genesis, which conducts research in various areas of biology, announced plans to construct a mixed-use development in Hamilton that would include employee housing. (November 5.)

Printing & Copying

Sir Speedy Printing Center, 3100 Quakerbridge Road, Mercerville 08619; 609-586-8222; fax, 609-586-8512. David A. Kaplan, president.

Sir Speedy Printing of Mercerville merged with Sir Speedy Printing and Marketing Services in Raritan Center, Edison. (October 8.)

Medical Devices

Derma Sciences Inc. (DSCIOB), 214 Carnegie Center, Suite 300, Princeton 08540; 609-514-4744; fax, 609-514-0502. Edward J. Quilty, CEO.

The manufacturer of more than 2,000 wound care products is developing a product it hopes will be the first FDA-approved drug to treat diabetic foot ulcers. (February 19.)

Integra LifeSciences Holdings (IART), 313 Enterprise Drive, Plainsboro 08536; 609-936-3600; fax, 609-275-5363. Peter Arduini, CEO.

The maker of implants and biomedicine for treatment of cranial and spinal disorders, soft tissue repair, and orthopedics, acquired the MicroFrance and Xomed ear, nose, and throat laparoscopy instrumentation lines from Minneapolis-based Medtronic. (October 29.)

Real Estate Appraisals

American Appraisal Associates, 206 Rockingham Row, Princeton 08540-5760; 609-514-8254. Wayne Horvath.

American Appraisal, a global appraisal firm headquartered in Milwaukee, has moved its Princeton office from 650 College Road East to Forrestal Village. (July 16.)


Berkel Training Institute, 530 Lawrence Square Boulevard South, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-392-1855; fax, 609-392-1126. Irving Berkel, owner.

Berkel Training Institute, a Trenton-based private vocational school offering training in Allied Health programs, opened a location just off Quakerbridge Road in Lawrence in response to growing demand for classes. (August 13.)

Cambridge School, 100 Straube Center Boulevard, Pennington 08534; 609-730-9553; fax, 609-730-9584. Deborah Peters, head of school.

The private school for children with language-based learning differences added a ninth-grade classroom to its K to 8 campus in Pennington. (September 10).


SES Americom Inc., 4 Research Way, Princeton 08540; 609-987-4000; fax, 609-987-4517. Edward D. Horowitz, CEO.

The satellite communications company consolidated satellite operations around the state in a $15 million new operations center on Research Way. (August 6.)

Utilities & Energy

NRG Energy Inc. (NRG), 211 Carnegie Center, Princeton 08540; 609-524-4500; fax, 609-524-4501. David Crane, CEO.

NRG acquired residential solar panel company Roof Diagnostics Solar, which became NRG Residential Solar Solutions. (October 22.)

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