Member Andrew Rosenwach of Rosenwach Tanks and Association President Clinton Blume interviewed on MSNBC’s “Your Business”.Jennifer Yeboah : October 10, 2012 2:49 pm : Association News
Hundred Year Association Partners with the NYC Department of Design and Construction for its 2012 Scholarship Awards.james : September 19, 2012 10:23 am : Association News
The Hundred Year Association and the NYC Department of Design and Construction honored the academic accomplishments of this year’s winner Kaustabh Basu as well as the outstanding efforts of Rimsha Macktoom and Jennifer Yeboah at the award luncheon.
DDC’s Commissioner David Burney presented the awards to the recipients at the luncheon held on August 14th.
Kaustabh Basu is a second year undergraduate student at New York University. He is majoring in Chemistry and plans to pursue a Master’s degree and Ph.D. in chemistry upon graduation.
Kaustabh holds a 3.8 grade point average and is currently a member of NYU’s chemistry research team specializing in synthetic organic chemistry, with a focus in living cell application. For Kaustabh, stepping into a chemistry lab represents the potential to improve lives, and to make technology cleaner, healthier and more advanced. In addition to his academic interests, Kaustabh is committed to serving others and shaping the global community for generations to come. His enthusiasm and thirst for knowledge is an inspiration.
Kaustabh’s mother, Aditi Basu is an Associate Engineering Technician and Cadd Designer in the Executive Unit of the Infrastructure division.
Sportsmen For Charity, Inc. donates over $10,000 to The Hundred Year Association to continue their educational programs.james : September 19, 2012 10:23 am : Association News
Sportsmen For Charity, Inc. hosted a sporting clay event held on March 30, 2012 in efforts to support The Hundred Year Association’s on going philanthropic, cultural and educational programs. The successful event raised over $10,000 and brought together a host of business professionals from various industries.
The Hundred Year Association would like to thank the Sportsmen For Charity, Inc. for their support at this year’s event!
Sportsmen for Charity (SFC) was founded in 2002 by five members of the New York area real estate and construction industry for the simple purpose of promoting the shooting sports. developing camaraderie among members of the industry and, giving back to society by contributing to charity. SFC continues to grow this fund raising effort each year by providing participants a day of experiencing the natural beauty of the great outdoors and and a little friendly competition.
THE HUNDRED YEAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK TO HONOR Dominick Servedio, Executive Chairman of STV Groupjames : August 2, 2012 11:28 am : Association News, Awards, Richard A. Cook Gold Medal Awards
Dominick M. Servedio, P.E. executive chairman of STV Group will accept the 82nd annual Richard A. Cook Gold Medal Award at fundraiser gala, November14th at the Union League Club
New York, NY, June 6, 2012 – The Hundred Year Association has selected Dominick M. Servedio, P.E., executive chairman of STV Group (1912) as this year’s recipient of its annual Richard A. Cook Gold Medal Award. Presented to remarkable leaders and contributors to the city of New York, the award has been granted every year since 1930 (except during WWII) “in recognition of outstanding contributions to the city.”
Past recipients of the award include civic leaders Robert Moses, E. Virgil Conway, Robert Morgenthau and Ray Kelly; Mayors Fiorello LaGuardia, Robert Wagner, Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg, entertainers Oscar Hammerstein, Richard Rodgers and Tony Randall; and three generations of Rockefellers.
“STV is the fourth-largest engineering firm in the New York area, and is 100% employee-owned company, which means that every employee has a personal stake in the company and its success – a powerful difference between STV and many other engineering firms.” said association president, Clinton W. Blume, III.
In 1912, Elwyn E. Seelye founded a structural engineering firm in New York City bearing his name. From these beginnings the firm would grow and evolve into a multidisciplinary practice, all while delivering upon its vision of delivering quality service to its clients. Today, the firm consistently ranks among the top engineering/architectural firms in the country. “Elwyn Seelye’s enduring vision for excellence and innovation continues to inspire us,” said Servedio. “We have diversified into new practices, embraced going green, and utilized the latest technology to help us grow in new directions while staying true to the vision of our founders.”
“STV’s century of success is built upon the foundation of our core values,” noted Milo Riverso, Ph.D., P.E., STV’s chief executive officer and president. “From our earliest days, we were driven to provide our clients with quality service and to serve as leaders in our industry and communities. This is an exciting time for STV, as we look toward our next 100 years.”
STV is involved with world class assignments throughout the country. In New York, the firm is part of the design team for the Port Authority of NY & NJ’s World Trade Center Transportation Hub and the Long Island Rail Road East Side Access project. The firm is also the program manager and owner’s representative for One World Trade Center, and is part of the joint venture team providing construction management services for the new Moynihan Station.
“I am honored to accept this award on behalf of our company, which has such a rich history, especially here in New York. While we have 1,700 employees nationwide, 600 dedicated individuals are right here in New York City, so our roots and continued commitment to the area runs deep.” Servedio added.
The Hundred Year Association will present the Gold Medal Award to Servedio during its annual fundraiser event on November 14, 2012 at the historic Union League Club. For more information about attending the event, please contact the Association at 212.922.0791 or visit http://www.100yearassociation.com.
ABOUT THE HUNDRED YEAR ASSOCIATION
Established in 1927, The Hundred Year Association of New York is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the history and promote the heritage of public and private organizations that have been in existence for a century or more.
Our membership is comprised of the New York City metropolitan area’s most enduring professional, educational, religious and charitable establishments. We support activities that maintain the history of these organizations, as well as those that positively impact the city today.
The Hundred Year Association works to safeguard the rich, diverse history of New York City while also benefiting the city and its citizens today. The Association’s services and activities are community-minded and educational in nature. Core Association activities include:
– Highlighting the achievements and diverse history of long-standing public and private institutions that have been in existence for at least one century
– Assisting member organizations in celebrating milestones with special events and activities providing a public purpose
– Rewarding New York City leaders and career municipal employees who help improve the city through their outstanding achievements and public service
– Sponsoring college scholarships for sons and daughters of civil employees who demonstrate academic excellence, school and community service, and leadership
– Hosting community-minded fundraisers and special events
– Encouraging public service and careers in government
To learn more about the Association and support our programs, please visit us at:
STV is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Since its oldest predecessor firm opened its doors in 1912, the firm has grown to become a leader in the many industries it serves, recognized for delivering value and excellence in engineering, architectural, planning, environmental, and construction management services. Today, STV provides an array of services for world-class transportation, infrastructure, building, and energy projects. The firm has been 100 percent employee-owned for over a decade.
STV is ranked 32nd in Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firms survey. For more information, visit the firm’s website at www.stvinc.com or follow them @STVGroup on Twitter.
Clinton W. Blume, III
President, The Hundred Year Association of New York
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Caswell Holloway and Commissioner Edna Wells Handy Join With The Hundred Year Association of New York to Honor 10 Outstanding Civil ServantsLuke Vander Linden : December 23, 2011 11:11 am : Association News, Awards, The E. Virgil Conway College Scholarships, The Isaac Liberman Public Service Awards
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Caswell Holloway and Department of Citywide Administrative Services Commissioner Edna Wells Handy joined representatives of the Hundred Year Association of New York on Wednesday, December 21st to honor 10 outstanding civil servants and 15 academically talented children of City employees, who received $17,500 in cash awards and $27,000 in college scholarships from the Association’s members.
Joining Commissioner Handy for the awards ceremony at Police Department headquarters were Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe; Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Seth Diamond; Department of Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty; Small Business Services Commissioner Robert Walsh; Human Resources Commissioner Robert Doar; and representatives of the Hundred Year Association and its 200 member organizations. more »
Hundred Year Association Board Member Eric Modell was appointed president of jewelry pawnbrokers Modell Financial, the company announced Feb. 10.
Founded in 1893, the company currently has ten locations in New York City.
Current president Gerald Modell will assume the role of chairman.
After working as a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Eric Modell joined Modell Financial ten years ago. He currently serves as a director of the National Pawnbrokers Association. In 2010, he was elected president of the Collateral Loanbrokers Association of New York.
The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce sent us this announcement over the weekend and we would love it if one of our members could qualify! Please read on below:
If your business has seriously been thinking about Going Green, a unique opportunity has just emerged. A Certified Green Consultant in New York City is working with CNBC on a career transition segment, possibly called “From Wall Street to Green Street”. There will be two pieces to the segment: the transition interview and a walk-through with a client of the process to green a business – from assessment through certification. Each piece will air 1-2 minutes.
This is therefore a request to find a business not just for the show but to actually sign on as a client and go through the process of earning your certification for greening your business practices. more »
The Hundred Year Association of New York honored the 2009 winners of the Isaac Liberman Public Service Awards and E. Virgil Conway College Scholarships in a special ceremony on December 16, 2009. Department of Citywide Administrative Services Commissioner Martha K. Hirst lead the event, held at One Police Plaza.
Each year, the Hundred Year Association reviews the achievements of City employees to identify those who, through dedication beyond their job descriptions, have provided outstanding service to the people of New York City. The Association also awards scholarships for the children of career civil servants. Winners are chosen by an Awards Committee. Recipients of the awards receive between $1,000 and $6,000. The 25 winners this year were granted $54,000.
Charles E. Inniss College Scholar
Tiffani Branch is the daughter of Noreen Branch, a paraprofessional at the Department of Education. Ms. Branch is a graduate of Townsend Harris High School and a student at Stony Brook University.
Public Health Educator
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.
Sharraine Franklin works in the Public Health Detailing Program, which sends field workers out to the City’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods to improve the health of residents. Ms. Franklin visits doctors’ offices in the South Bronx to share techniques for helping patients with critical public health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and depression. Her daily efforts embody the agency’s mission to promote the health and mental health of all New Yorkers.