KEA taps 35-year industry veteran as new electrical department head

KEA Engineers has hired an industry veteran to lead its electrical department, the Woodbridge-based firm announced Friday.

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Rotwein+Blake details redesign, expansion of Newmark New Jersey office

Rotwein+Blake, a Livingston-based architecture and interior design firm, is marking the completion of Newmark’s expanded and renovated New Jersey headquarters.

New rental, commercial tower breaks ground in Journal Square

Construction is underway for one of the newest additions to the fast-growing Journal Square section of Jersey City — a new 15-story residential tower with both office and retail space.

Engineering firm announces new HQ in Woodbridge

KEA Engineers is moving its headquarters in Woodbridge, with plans to occupy 12,400 square feet in the township’s Metropark section.