CONTACTS: Andrea Kotuk / Andrea & Associates / (212) 353-9585
Jami Landi / Police Athletic League / (212) 477-9450
EVENT: POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE’S THIRTEENTH ANNUAL
REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION LUNCHEON
Event Celebrates the Real Estate Industry’s Commitment
To Our City’s Children
HONOREE: New York Building Congress
DATE: Thursday, November 8, 2018
TIME: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm / Reception
PLACE: The Pierre Hotel / Fifth Avenue and 61st Street
Award Recipient: Carlo A. Scissura, President & CEO, NY Building Congress
Luncheon Chair: Peter J. Davoren, President & CEO, Turner Construction
Luncheon Host: David J. Arena, Managing Director & Head of Global Real Estate,
Special Guests: Mayor David Dinkins, Police Comm. James O’Neill,
Robert M. Morgenthau, John A. Catsimatidis, Peter Riguardi,
Edward Minskoff. Larry Silverstein, Vincent Striano,
Joseph Tranchina, Arnold Fisher, more to follow
The New York Building Congress provides a unique forum to advance an industry-wide agenda focusing on economic and infrastructure investment, job creation, and professional exchange. These goals require the involvement and cooperation of the contractors, architects, engineers, unions, real estate managers, developers, and owners who comprise the building community.
On behalf of 530 constituent organizations comprising 250,000 skilled tradespeople and professionals, the Building Congress supports sound public policy, productive spending, public/private partnerships, and major government projects. To foster relationships, the Building Congress sponsors consensus-building activities and encourages a free exchange of ideas among industry leaders and the public sector.
They promote competence and productivity in the workplace, with emphasis on public service, teamwork, and partnership with government, encouraging honesty and integrity.
PAL is proud to honor the New York Building Congress.
New York City’s Police Athletic League is the first and finest civilian-run PAL in the country providing academic, athletic and artistic programs to inner city boys and girls that they otherwise would never have. As the city’s largest, independent, nonprofit youth organization, PAL serves 30,000 children annually. For more information, please visit www.palnyc.org.