NEW YORK, Aug. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- On August 5th 2016, China City of America's management met with its professional planning, construction and development team to discuss the details to move forward on the Thompson Education Center, located in Sullivan County, NY.
Representatives from most of the projects professional team attended the morning workshop, including McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams P.C., Dan Ionescu Architects, LeChase Construction, Delaware Engineering, Leggette, Brashears & Graham Inc, DeLuxe Building Systems, Pietrzak & Pfau Engineering & Serving, Ecological Analysis, and D&D General Contracting.
China City of America's Education Center is continuing to move forward as permits are granted. The Well Permit is in and work has started.
China City of America also invited special guests from Sullivan County local government agencies and organization leaders to update and share the exciting news and progress of the education center project. The attendees included group members from the Sullivan County Legislature, Sullivan County Chamber Of Commerce, Catskill Regional Medical Center, Thunder 102, Leadership Summit 2016 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and the Sullivan County Detective Sergeant.
The guests and professional teams showed their strong support and expectations of the China City Project and all spoke briefly during the event. Following are testimonials:
"We're very honor to be here today. We've heard about the project since the beginning." Luis Alvarez, Chairman of Sullivan County Legislature expressed. "Today I'm glad to meet the professional teams. Welcome to Sullivan County—Town of Thompson and I hope in the future we can work together and share a lot. And I'll be around and support as best as I can"
"I am excited about the project. Sherry Li, China City of America CEO is an exceptional and wonderful chamber member." Cathy Paty, President, Sullivan County Chamber Of Commerce said.
"It is an honor for us to be here. As our business partner, we recognize China City's interest of being a partner of the community and benefitting the community. We've done many projects together, and the very first one was for the Boys & Girls Club, Sherry definitely went above and beyond, and we are so impressed by her support and help for our children and community. We're very proud to say we are working with China City of America---Thompson Education, definitely a good community partner." Paul Ciliberto, General Manager of Thunder 102 mentioned.
"As a lawyer on this project, it is obvious to me the tremendous value not just for this town and this county, it will also be an incredible asset for New York State because we're not just building buildings, we're building a cultural and academic institution. Thanks to your help and Sherry's leadership, students will have the opportunity to learn more about China, Chinese Art, Chinese Culinary Art, and have a much needed local Nursing Program." John J. Privitera, project land use attorney from McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams P.C. said.
The team agreed the workshop and luncheon was successful and productive and the project is ready to move forward sooner than expected.
Media Contact: Sherry Li, China City of America, 5166416780, CCOASherry@yahoo.com
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