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CP Engineers and Architecture Receive Patriot Award

June 16, 2014 at 11:25 PM

SPARTA, NJ- There were several people recognized for their service to the community at the Sparta Township Council meeting last Tuesday.  Councilman Gil Gibbs continued his program, bestowing Patriot Awards to members of the CP Engineers and Architecture firm. 

Stanley Puszcz, Joe Toscano and Ray Roggero of CP Engineering were recognized for stepping in to provide funding for the traditional Halloween celebration at Station Park after the original supporter backed out.  Together with cosponsor Braen Stone they provided financial support for the event to allow it to continue.

Roggero said, “The owners of CP Engineers and  Architecture are all very proud to have received the Sparta Patriot Award primarily because we are all Sparta residents and it is very rewarding to be able to help the youth in the town that we work and live in.  Part of what makes Sparta a special community are the activities that the Parks and Recreation Committee coordinates, especially the Halloween Parade and celebration.  My children always look forward to the Halloween Parade and it was a big part of celebrating the holiday for us, especially when they were younger.  CPE&A didn’t need to think twice when the opportunity presented itself to be a sponsor of the Halloween Parade event.  We were happy to do our part to keep the youth of Sparta smiling.”

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CP Engineering and Architecture is a full service engineering and architectural Company headquartered in Sparta, New Jersey.  They have  over thirty (30) years of experience in architectural design, site/civil and environmental engineering, including water supply and water distribution; water resources planning; surface and ground water modeling; wastewater collection system and treatment plant design, upgrading, construction, maintenance, operation, and decommissioning; and solid waste management.  CP Engineers & Architecture also has significant expertise in securing federal, state and local permitting and financial assistance. They offer financial planning services to our clients which have resulted in over $100 million in funds for projects.  

This article is the first in a series recognizing the most recent Patriot Award recipients.  Tobin brothers of the Liquor Factory, Dr Jeffery Clause of Sparta Eye Associates, Ben Del Coro from the Sparta Farmers Market, Sparta High School Senior Christine Galley and NJ Swim Club will be featured in upcoming articles.

   

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