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Orange County Partnership Names Engineering & Surveying Properties as its 2024 Most Valuable Partner

The Orange County Partnership is pleased to announce that Engineering & Surveying Properties of Montgomery, and its principals Ross Winglovitz and Jay Samuelson, have been selected as its 2024 Most Valuable Partner award winner.
Samuelson and Winglovitz will be honored at the Orange County Partnership’s Most Valuable Partner Breakfast on Tuesday, June 4th at the Barn at Villa Venezia in the Town of Wallkill. The program will begin at 8 a.m.
Engineering & Surveying Properties, led by Samuelson and Winglovitz, will be celebrating its 20th year in business this May. Since its founding, the firm has been engaged in some of Orange County’s most significant development projects. It has maintained a diverse portfolio that consists of industrial, hotel, mixed-use, residential, retail, municipal and adaptive reuse developments.
The company, which also has a location in Goshen, has provided surveying, engineering and design services in connection with Citiva’s cannabis facility in Warwick, Royal Wine’s manufacturing facility currently under construction in Goshen, the Galaxy Railyard's business park project in Maybrook, the Warwick Tech Park, Adam’s Fair Acre Farms latest location in the Town of Wallkill, the expansion of Polycraft Industries’ facility currently in development in the City of Middletown and the Gardens at Harriman Station.
In addition to its work on municipal facilities and infrastructure, Engineering & Surveying Properties has performed site work and design on some of the latest housing developments in the county, including Orchard Hills in Newburgh; Maple Fields and Farrell Communities at East Main in Middletown; the Residences at West Hills in the Town of Wallkill and Golf Links Apartments, located in the Town of Wawayanda.
Maureen Halahan, President and CEO of The Orange County Partnership, said, “Engineering & Surveying Properties is a success story of two local men—Winglovitz, who is a resident of Crawford, and Samuelson, who resides in Montgomery, who have made their mark on communities throughout Orange County. Their invaluable experience and expertise have helped shepherd many worthwhile projects through the difficult approval process from inception to groundbreaking. These projects have generated countless millions of dollars in revenue for municipalities and the county, as well as jobs and much-needed housing for the residents of Orange County. On behalf of the Board of Directors, it is our privilege to honor Engineering & Surveying Properties and Ross and Jay as the Partnership’s 2024 MVP.”