November 17, 2021Reading Time: < 1 minute
A ribbon-cutting was held on October 14 to celebrate the completion of the Salem County Child Advocacy Center renovations. The project included renovation of 5,291 SF of existing interior space on the second floor of 98 Market Street, Salem, NJ, and was funded by a $750,000 grant from the State of New Jersey.
The project was designed in-house by AIA New Jersey member and past president, Bruce D. Turner, Architect for The Authority, with mechanical, plumbing and electrical consulting design services provided by Moore Consulting Engineers, LLC. Construction was performed by Marino General Construction, GE Mechanical, LLC, LeeWay Electrical, WB Mason, TriComm Services Corporation, Advantage Sonitrol, Green Tech, Wilden, C & S Signs, Otis Elevator Company, and Wilhelm Roofing.
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By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in AIA South Jersey, Architecture in NJ, Uncategorized | Tagged: #BruceDTurnerAIA, #SalemCountyChildAdvocacyCenter, #TheAuthorityofCumberlandCounty | Comments (0)
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