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Two South Jersey engineering firms merge

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Voorhees Township-based Concord Engineering Group and Pleasantville-based Concord Atlantic Engineers announced Thursday that the two firms have merged.

CAE, according to a news release, will still function in its current capacity as a mechanical and electrical systems firm, however the two companies will now integrate resources to provide better solutions for their clients. CEG is a full-service engineering, energy consulting and construction management firm.

The merger brings the company to a combined total of 100 employees.

 “CAE has always been considered a ‘sister company.’  Our close relationship over all of these years will make the transition that much easier.  I am looking forward to operating as one company and having a more comprehensive offering of services,” Michael Fischette, CEG’s CEO, said in a prepared statement.

Al Patroni will now serve as CAE’s chief operating officer and Anthony Caucci will be its president.

 “I really embrace Mike’s vision for a more united front,” Patroni said in a statement. “The breadth of knowledge and experience will certainly translate into more options for our clients.”


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