Board of Directors

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS OF NEW JERSEY

Executive Committee

KIRBY WU, AIA, LEED AP
    CHAIRMAN
Wu & Associates

   DAVE SULKIN
FIRST VICE CHAIR
 American Asphalt Company

BRIAN P. WIEST
TREASURER
        Wouch, Maloney & Co., LLP

 

HARRY A. HORWITZ, ESQ.
SECRETARY
 Stevens & Lee, P.C.

GREG SYKORA
IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIRMAN
ERCO Interiors

            

 

 

DOMINICK MONDI
PRESIDENT
Associated Builders & Contractors, NJ

 

Board Members

SCOTT HOFER, ESQ.
Freeman, Mathis & Gary, LLP

STEVE SCATURRO
Alpine Painting & Sandblasting

 

GREG GUTIERREZ
Wohlsen Construction Company

JACK DYER
 Hutchinson Mechanical Services

GAIL STRAGA
Straga Brothers Inc. 

Emeritus Board Members

BOB BROWN
American Asphalt Company 

ED HUTCHINSON
  Hutchinson Mechanical Services

DREW WAGNER
D.J.  Wagner Heating & Air Conditioning 

RICK SYKORA
  ERCO Interiors 

STEVE WOUCH
Wouch, Maloney & Co., LLP










             

MIKE GREENBERG
 Joffe Lumber & Supply Company

RUSSELL R. PALERMO
Russell R. Palermo, Inc. 

ROBERT GHIA
  GHIA Construction 

ABC NEWSLINE

Nov 16, 2017
Construction input prices remained unchanged on a monthly basis in October, according to analysis of today’s Bureau of Labor Statistics release by Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). Overall construction input prices have expanded 4.3 percent year over year, while nonresidential input prices have expanded 4.1 percent since October 2016. Crude petroleum prices rose 6.6 percent for the month and are up 7.7 percent for the year. No other input manifested significant price growth in October.


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Nov 16, 2017
On Nov. 13, ABC President and CEO Mike Bellaman participated in the first meeting of the U.S. Department of Labor’s task force on apprenticeship expansion. Timed to coincide with the first day of National Apprenticeship Week, the task force is responsible for identifying strategies and proposals to expand and promote apprenticeship opportunities. 
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Nov 16, 2017
On Nov. 7, ABC joined Associated General Contractors, the Leading Builders of America and the National Association of Home Builders in a letter to Congressional leaders expressing the construction industry’s concerns regarding the upcoming decisions related to the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations for El Salvador, Haiti and Honduras. The letter urged Congress to take legislative action to ensure that TPS holders can remain and continue to work legally in this country. 
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