'Construction Forecast' Showcases Future Projects in Southern New Jersey

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GLASSBORO, N.J. -

Engineers, bankers, contractors, elected officials, and  others met  for the Southern New Jersey Development Council's (SNJDC) 22nd annual Construction Forecast.

The event, which was held on Friday, June 8th, is presented each year to show off future projects that will take place in the next 12 to 18 months and to discuss the next steps for current projects across South Jersey that are beneficial to everyone.

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"We are very lucky that we have leadership in the state, and also more particularly in South Jersey, that work well together and when we have no squabbling going on in the midst of our county or municipality we then have businesses that want to come in and locate or relocate or expand," said Marlene Z. Asselta, president of SNJDC.

The forecast talked about a variety of topics including gas tax-funded projects, alternative energy infrastructure, future main street developments, and upcoming attractions of future economic projects.

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