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Ray Angelini, Inc. Fills Two Executive Positions

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Michael J. Walsh
Chief Operating Officer
Ray Angelini, Inc.

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Joseph Camarota
Chief Engineer
Ray Angelini, Inc.

SEWELL, NJ (March 10, 2011)—Ray Angelini, Inc. (RAI), commercial solar construction, monitoring and maintenance and electrical contracting and testing firm recently announced two additions to its executive team:  Michael J. Walsh, chief operating officer, and Joseph Camarota, chief engineer.

“We are pleased to have Mike and Joe on our team,” said Ray Angelini, President, RAI.  “Each brings a wealth of experience necessary for our continued success.  They are exceptional professionals, and in their short time with us, they have already proven to be assets to their critical roles in the organization.”

As COO, Walsh is responsible for the hands-on, operational aspects of the company and will assist the President/CEO with strategic growth.  He comes to RAI after a 30-year career in the gaming industry, including a stint as COO, Caesar’s Indiana Casino/Hotel.  He most recently held the position of Regional Vice President of Development, Caesar’s Atlantic City Operations where he was responsible for initiatives related to the strategic growth of Harrah’s, Caesar’s, Bally’s and Showboat Casinos/Hotels.

Walsh earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University and is a Certified Public Accountant.  He resides in Absecon, NJ, with Tina, his wife.

As Chief Engineer, Camarota is responsible for the engineering in RAI’s contracting and design build departments, including the supervision of engineering personnel, oversight of all design work, coordination of site surveys and field installation inspections, and all engineering and engineering-related activities in support of the company’s five divisions.

Camarota comes to RAI with 26 years of experience.  Most recently, he was Executive Vice President/Minority Shareholder, Concord Atlantic Engineers, Inc., West Atlantic City, NJ.  He also held the position of Assistant Director Facilities—Design/Construction for the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, working directly for the Trump Organization, New York, New York.

Camarota earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Science Electrical Engineering, Columbia Pacific University and an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science, Architectural Design, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ. He also has been awarded Master of Fire Science Recognition from the International Fire Institute.

Camarota is a member of the Board of Directors for the Philadelphia Fire Department, Fireman’s Hall Museum, where he shares responsibility for planning, growth, and administration of museum operations.  He also is a member of the Institute of Fire Engineers and Society of Fire Protection Engineers. Camarota lives with Linda, his wife, and three children in Sicklerville, Washington Township, New Jersey.

Founded in 1974 by Raymond J. Angelini of Woodbury, NJ, as an electrical contracting company, RAI serves commercial clients in NJ, PA, DE and MD.  In 2004, RAI formed a solar division and has since completed numerous projects, both large and small, throughout the region.

“RAI has installed more solar capacity than any other firm in the State of NJ,” said Sean Angelini, RAI Corporate Executive Vice President and Solar Division Manager. “Most notable being the Atlantic City Convention Center—the largest single-roof power array installation in the country at the time of completion in December 2008.”

Recently, the company completed a new Energy Star-rated roof and solar array for the Government Services Administration (GS) on site at the Veteran’s Administration Center, Philadelphia, PA, and the largest privately installed solar array in Gloucester County, NJ, at the headquarters of glass manufacturer J. E. Berkowitz LP, Pedricktown, NJ.

RAI is the recipient of various safety awards, most recently the Gold Safety Award from Peerless insurance for safety performance in the field of electrical contracting and engineering, given by industry to companies that achieve an 80 percent or better loss-ratio classification in the category of Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities (IIF), according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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

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