John A. Sartor, PE is President and CEO of PS&S, an architectural and engineering firm providing services to six major market sectors: energy/utilities, education, health care, public works, real estate, and science & technology. In each of these sectors, Sartor has played a key role in delivering some of New Jersey’s most successful projects, including redevelopment of Hoboken’s South Waterfront, now home of Wiley and Sons and the W Hotel, and development of Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel and Casino. These large-scale mixed-use development projects have allowed Sartor to apply his real estate experience in environmental, civil and geotechnical engineering with his construction management training. Sartor is responsible for the overall growth and welfare of PS&S. He focuses on implementation of PS&S’s strategic plan, as well as administration of the day to day operations of the company. PS&S employs over 200 New Jersey residents, with a total employee base of over 250 housed in seven offices located throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Sartor is also responsible for PS&S’s Business Development Committee which sets the targets for business growth based on market trends, as well as grants and incentives that drive business cycles in the region. Sartor was instrumental in developing PS&S’s Energy Group which is focused on assisting customers in meeting the goals of New Jersey’s Energy Master Plan. This includes renewable sources of energy, energy reduction and efficiency projects and alternative fuel systems. Sartor has also been a main driver of PS&S’s Sustainable Development Group which is focused on providing owners and tenants with green sustainable solutions to reduce energy load, water consumption and improve quality of life. These initiatives will help to lower operating costs while assisting in meeting the nation’s goal of carbon footprint reduction. Sartor served on the Green Brook Township Board of Education for more than five years, participated on the Community Relations Committee for all five years and chaired the Buildings and Grounds Committee. He served for four years on the Scotch Plains Environmental Commission. In 2010, Sartor was appointed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Transition Team.