Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor (PS&S) announced that Marge DellaVecchia has joined the firm as Senior Director. Mrs. DellaVecchia, who will work out of the Cherry Hill office, has worked for Camden County for the past six years, most recently as the Deputy Director of the Municipal Utilities Authority. Her past experience in the public sector includes positions in state government with the Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency and the Department of Community Affairs and 13 years in various roles in Cherry Hill Township. Prior, she was the construction project coordinator for Bally's Park Place and Golden Nugget in Atlantic City.

"PS&S is fortunate to have Marge DellaVecchia," said PS&S's Chief Executive Officer John Sartor. "Marge has decades of experience in southern New Jersey working with both private companies and state and local governments. Her knowledge of the area's business climate and the respect she has from both the public and private sectors will greatly add to PS&S's growing presence in the entire region."

"I am excited and proud to join the PS&S Team," said Mrs. DellaVecchia. "It is a firm I have known, worked with and valued for many years.  I am looking forward to introducing the excellence of PS&S to the South Jersey and Delaware Valley region. I am also privileged and honored to join such a distinguished group of professionals and look forward to working closely with all of the talented staff at PS&S."

In the past few months, PS&S has doubled its Cherry Hill office space and greatly enhanced the company's architecture and Health Care practice. In addition, PS&S's Cherry Hill Land Practice has grown to include expanded services in environmental, civil and survey offerings.

"As new opportunities continue to unfold in the region, we will work hard to ensure that we support the community and deliver quality improvements that are appropriate for all involved," added Mrs. DellaVecchia. "This is one of the characteristics that truly distinguishes PS&S from other firms and highlights the integrity and character of this organization."