Few firms are as well-positioned to deal with New Jersey’s critical needs as Matrix New World Engineering. The Florham Park-based company works on projects in transportation, energy and the environment, among other industries. And its professionals have developed a specialty in disaster response.
So it’s easy to see why Matrix New World is a good spot. The Murphy administration has set the state on a course to develop renewable energy sources. Federal infrastructure funds are starting to flow into New Jersey. And climate change threatens to produce stronger and more frequent storms.
For this edition of NJBIZ Conversations, Editor Jeff Kanige spoke with Matrix New World Senior Vice President Dennis Petrocelli and Vice President Andy Raichle about the firm’s work on the Wind Port, the priorities for infrastructure and the importance of sustainability and resilience.
In all honesty, Hurricane sandy really launched our climate change resiliency work and Andy’s been a big part of that and that’s a big part of what we’re doing,” Petrocelli said. “Going forward, with all of these infrastructure projects, they all involve some sort of resiliency and then we’re really proud of our our work.”
To watch the full interview, click on the image below.
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