Monthly Archives: September 2009

MossRehab’s Drucker Brain Injury Center Is Beneficiary of More Than $44,000 Thanks To Local Entrepreneur’s Efforts

Family Medical Emergency Inspires RAI, IncFounder, President Ray Angelinito Dance For Non-Profit Rehab Center

SEWELL, NJ (September 29, 2009) — For nearly two months, Ray Angelini, founder and president of Ray Angelini, Inc. (RAI), a commercial solar design build, general construction and electricalcontracting and testing firm here, trained to dance for a local fundraiser/ dance competition andraised $44,175 for Drucker Brain Injury Center, Woodbury, NJ, a program of Philadelphia-basedMossRehab, a part of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network.

“I feel a personal commitment to the need for exceptional rehabilitation programs for people strickenwith a serious medical emergency,” said Ray Angelini, long-time Woodbury resident and founder andpresident of RAI, 105 Blackwood-Barnsboro Road, Sewell, NJ.

It was the day after Christmas 2006 when Ray Angelini rushed Lynne, his wife, to the hospital because of a severe headache. For the next days, weeks, and months, Ray witnessed a loved onesuffer a brain aneurysm and survive.

Sponsored by the Greater Woodbury NJ Chamber of Commerce, this year’s dance competition,based on the television program, Dancing with the Stars, added another $180,534 last week to themore than $450,000 donated to 18 area non-profit organizations in its four-year history, as six areabusiness people performed with a professional dance instructor in the competition’s finale held atAuletto Caterers, Deptford, NJ in front of an audience of more than 600 people. The local Comcastnetwork broadcasted the event.

Angelini raised the second largest amount of donations in the competition. Other dance contestantsand their fundraising totals included: Susan Perron, winner of the Community Award (largest totaldonations), raised $53,298 for the Abilities Center, Westville, NJ; Reenie Love, winner of theTechnical Competition (best judged dancer), raised $16,116 for Bradley’s Buddies, Wenonah, NJ;Kim Mehaffey raised $20,495 for YMCA of Gloucester County programs; Dr. Thom Love raised$20,806 toward the purchase of a C.T. Scanner dedicated to the Underwood-Memorial HospitalEmergency Department, Woodbury, NJ; and Fred Davis raised $25,645 for Shadow Equestrian, Inc.,Monroeville, NJ.

Participants competed for votes through donations—every dollar contributed was a vote for thedancer and his or her designated beneficiary—and danced their way to the September 24, 2009 finale, holding private fundraising events along the way.


As part of Ray Angelini’s fundraising efforts for MossRehab’s Drucker Brain Injury Center, Angelini and Lynne, his wife,donated two 6-night stays in their condominimum at the Manor House on Ballybunion Golf Course, located in County Kerry,Ireland, for a Raffle organized by MossRehab to raise money for the Drucker Center.

Ray Angelini, Inc. Spotlights 290,000 Sq. Ft. Single-Roof Solar Array At EcoBuild America

SEWELL, NJ (December 8, 2009)—Ray Angelini, Inc, (RAI), a commercial solar design build and electrical contracting and testing firm, is featuring the Atlantic City Convention Center Solar Array—one of the largest single-roof power array installations in the country—in its exhibit at the annual Ecobuild America® conference and exhibition, open today through Thursday, December 10, 2009, at the Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.

RAI completed the 2.36-megawatt rooftop solar power system in December 2008, which covers two-thirds of the main convention center roof or about 290,000 sq. ft. and consists of 13,486 solar panels.

A total savings of nearly $4.4 million in electricity costs is expected over the 20-year power purchase agreement between the convention center and PEPCO.  In addition, the generation of renewable energy will reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere by approximately 2,349 tons, which is equivalent to the emissions spewed from 390 passenger vehicles on the road in a year or the consumption of 4,956 barrels of oil per year.

Other projects completed by RAI include the Epuron-Exelon Solar Energy Field, Morrisville, PA—a 3 megawatt fixed ground array consisting of 17,160 photovoltaic modules on a 16-acre site.

Currently, RAI is working with the Government Services Administration (GSA) on site at the Veteran’s Administration Center, Philadelphia, PA to provide a new Energy Star-rated roof and solar array, a project that is the direct result of GSA’s commitment to green design and construction and the agency’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

Founded in 1974 by Raymond J. Angelini, RAI is recognized as one of the region’s 2009 Best Places to Work sponsored by Philadelphia Business Journal.

To learn more about Ray Angelini, Inc., please visit or call the Sewell, NJ-based headquarters at 856-228-5566.

The two-day EcoBuild conference and exhibition offers interactive pavilions and an industry job fair for job seekers and prospective employers. Additionally, co-located and pre-event conferences, meetings and activities offer attendees—architects, engineers, owners, facility managers and other design and construction industry professionals—a variety of participation options from which to choose.

A national event, EcoBuild explores a combination of sustainable, green, high-performance solutions for the built environment with the newest information technology.  For more information, visit

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