PS&S welcomed officials including Cherry Hill Mayor Susan Shin Angulo, Council President David Fleisher and Camden County Commissioner Melinda Kane for a March 15 ceremony unveiling its new office in the township. — Courtesy: PS&S
By Joshua Burd
PS&S has opened the doors to its new office in Cherry Hill, where it will continue to serve longtime clients in southern New Jersey and the Delaware Valley.
Headquartered in Warren, the architecture and engineering firm recently welcomed local officials to showcase the new space at 1415 Route 70, having relocated from another building in the township. It’s among several offices in the region for the practice, which was founded in 1962 and has completed a host of projects in South Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania.
“We are thrilled to be in the 1415 Route 70 building and love its prominent presence, great reputation and, most importantly, its amazing access to Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Atlantic and Cumberland counties as well as the entire state of New Jersey,” said Marge Della Vecchia, a vice president with PS&S.
Those on hand for the March 15 ceremony included Cherry Hill Mayor Susan Shin Angulo, Cherry Hill Council President David Fleisher and Camden County Commissioner Melinda Kane, according to a news release. Also attending were Della Vecchia, members of the PS&S management committee, leadership and firm employees.
“I’m really excited about PS&S, making Cherry Hill [its] home,” Shin Angulo said. “Congratulations, and we look forward to PS&S being part of our wonderful community.”
Fleisher added: “I am honored to be here today to help PS&S officially open its doors. Cherry Hill is a perfect location for the PS&S team as it has easy access to transportation, amazing amenities, great access to the entire state and beyond, and above all — fantastic people.”