WARREN — John Sartor, a 20-year veteran in the architecture and engineering industry and who has been instrumental in major environmental and development projects in the tri-State area, has been named president of Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor (PS&S), the company announced Thursday.
His expanded role is effective Jan. 1.
Among Sartor’s most significant projects for the firm are the redevelopment of Hoboken’s South Waterfront, now home to Wiley and Sons and the W Hotel, and the development of Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel and Casino. In both of these large-scale mixed use brownfield re-development projects, Sartor used his experience in environmental, civil and geotechnical engineering with his construction management training to create outstanding successful properties, according to a release from the township-based firm.
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