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Biz in Brief
Business news from around South Jersey.

by Staff

In mid-August, the Department of Environmental Protection received Ørsted Ocean Wind 1’s permit application to construct near-shore and onshore components associated with its New Jersey coast development project. The overall project is set to include up to 98 wind turbine generators, inter-array cables, up to three offshore substations, two onshore substations and onshore export cable systems making landfall in both Ocean and Cape May counties. 

Friedman LLP has completed its merger with the accounting and advisory firm Marcum. The integration of Friedman into Marcum is intended to accelerate and expand their offering of specialized services and industry insights for clients’, partners’ and the staff’s long-term success.

The payroll and HR technology company Primepoint has been named a New Jersey and Philadelphia Top Workplace for 2022, as determined by third-party Energage’s anonymous employee surveys. Primepoint was among the top 5% in categories like strong values, meaningful work, leaders in-the-know, employee appreciation and work-life balance. 

Deborah Heart and Lung Center recently partnered with the Pinelands Family Success Center (PFSC) to help 100 students start the school year with a fully stuffed backpacks. Volunteers included Deborah’s Nicole Rook-McAlister, Midnight McAlister, and president and CEO Joseph Chirichella, as well as PFSC Director Jenn Myers. 

American Heritage Credit Union recently opened its newest branch in Glendora. The Glendora location offers a full-service banking center, as well as a drive-thru with extended hours, a Lucy Change free coin-counting machine, interactive personal automated teller self-service options and a 24-hour surcharge-Free ATM.