ENV NJ Attends the NJSBA Workshop 2018 in Atlantic City

This past week our ENV New Jersey team took a trip to Atlantic City to participate in the New Jersey School Board Associations (NJSBA) Workshop 2018. Business Administrators, Board Members, Superintendents, and more flock each year to the Convention Center to learn about new advancements in the industry, converse with longtime colleagues, and most importantly, bring home valuable information to their respective districts.

Our team spent two great days showcasing some of our most recent projects throughout the state, including the Gymnasium Renovation at Dumont School District, the new Media Center and STEM Lab at Allendale Brookside Middle School, and Paramus School District new Locker Rooms and Bathroom Renovations. This year, we had the great honor of also announcing the recently passed referendum for Emerson School District. This referendum will be used to transform both the high school and elementary school. The project overseen by Charles Koch, Principal at ENV is set to include new science and entry additions to the high school. In addition, new classrooms, a gym, security upgrades, and an entry addition will be added to the elementary school. All three schools will receive renovations and infrastructure upgrades.

After our first day on the tradeshow floor, our team hosted a wonderful event at the Sheraton Hotel just across the way. It was a night full of networking and gave our team a chance to catch up with some close colleagues and friends within the industry. We had three lucky giveaway winners and lots of great laughs, food, and memories. Until next year!!!

Lucas Koch (right), one of ENV New Jersey's Architectural Designers, is ready for the start of Day One on the tradeshow floor.

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