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CW Solutions Founder Robert Weible Elected Treasurer of IRWA Region 4, Chapter 15 in New Jersey
Company Employees take on New Challenges, Focus on Achievement

EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J., July 8, 2015 – Robert Weible, vice president and founder of CW Solutions, the national company that provides real estate services to the utilities and wireless telecommunications industries, has been elected Treasurer of International Right of Way Association (IRWA) Garden State Chapter 15, Region 4.

“It is great to be on the board after being a member for three years,” said Weible. “I look forward to working with the new president to increase both membership and participation by our members so this Chapter can be one of the leading IRWA Chapters in the northeast.” As an officer of the IRWA, Weible will serve for two consecutive years.

IRWA is a nonprofit association serving all professionals engaged in electric, gas and public infrastructure projects. Its diverse base of members performs an essential role in overseeing the many phases of these projects across the United States and internationally. IRWA offers members ongoing training and professional development through educational programs, chapter meetings, seminars and annual conferences.

Training course puts railroad safety first

In other news, CW Solutions railroad specialist Patrick Reed recently completed a 10-hour specialized Railroad Safety Training course for CSX and Norfolk Southern, held in Jacksonville, Florida. As a Certified Safety Trainer, Reed is now able to train other employees and sub-contractors working on railroad properties. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) requires that any person working within 50 feet of an active railroad complete an annual safety training program.

As a railroad right-of-way specialist, Reed expedites right-of-way projects that cross through properties owned by railroads. He is the liaison between utility projects and the railroad companies.

“There are a number of challenges associated with railroad operations,” said Reed. “In the early 90s, the FRA determined that they would institute training programs to mitigate injuries. Their goal is to keep people in the field safe and make sure that the latest procedures are being followed.”

Reed and the experienced team of railroad permitting specialists at CW Solutions understand the complexities involved in crossing railroad rights-of-way. They research and coordinate projects from start to finish, handling all facets of the permitting process as well as any special circumstances that may arise.

Founded in 2002 by Stacie Curtis and Robert Weible, CW Solutions is a certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE/WBENC), Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and an active member of the New Jersey Wireless Association (NJWA), New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) and International Right-of-Way Association (IRWA).

The company provides expertise on property and right-of-way acquisition, leasing, title research, permitting, zoning, project management, nationwide governmental affairs, regulatory compliance, public works projects, GIS mapping, railroad permitting and landman services.

 

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