January 22, 2018
[Mount Laurel, NJ] GREYHAWK Principal and Operations Manager Charles J. Caramanna, PE, LEED AP, CCP, CPMP, was named to the board of trustees of The Legacy Treatment Services Foundation (The Legacy Foundation), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that raises awareness and support for Legacy Treatment Services, a human services agency that works to improve the lives of children, adults, and families struggling with behavioral health and developmental challenges.
Caramanna was named to the 17-person board of trustees at the December 12, 2017 meeting. His term extends from December 2017 to December 2020.
“I look forward to contributing to The Legacy Foundation and making a difference to the families and individuals served by Legacy Treatment Services,” said Caramanna. “I fully support their mission – To change the behavioral health and social service outcomes for people of all ages from surviving to thriving.”
Caramanna has been involved with Legacy Treatment Services since early 2015 as co-chairperson of “Ride to Thrive,” an annual bicycling event accommodating hundreds of riders on 18-, 30-, 45-, and 63-mile noncompetitive, supported routes through the Pine Barrens of Burlington County. Caramanna was involved from the beginning with planning and execution of the event, and as a rider, raising both awareness and funds for Legacy Treatment Services. The 4th Annual Ride to Thrive, held 24 June 2017, raised $29,000. Caramanna will remain as co-chair for the 2018 event to be held 23 June 2018.
Caramanna’s professional bio includes 30 years of experience in construction management. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University and is a licensed professional engineer in New Jersey. He is also a Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP), Commissioning Process Management Professional (CPMP), and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional.
Caramanna actively participates in several professional and civic organizations, through which he leverages relationships and experiences to engage new audiences with the Legacy Foundation. His involvement includes membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers, Society of American Military Engineers, Construction Management Association of America, ASHRAE, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. He sits on the Southern New Jersey Development Council board of trustees and executive committee, and co-chairs its Construction Forecast Committee. He also chairs the Burlington County Bicycle Coalition.
About The Legacy Foundation
The Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to raise awareness and support for Legacy Treatment Services. The Foundation supports the work of Legacy Treatment Services through special events including the Annual Golf Outing, Bike Ride, and Monte Carlo Night, volunteer opportunities, and food and supplies drives. The Foundation operates a Thrift Shop and seeks grant support and private donations to raise funds for Legacy’s Treatment Services’ programs and services. For more information, visit http://legacytreatment.org/support-us/the-legacy-foundation/.
About Legacy Treatment Services
Headquartered in Hainesport, NJ Legacy Treatment Services is a nonprofit human service agency dedicated to improving the lives of children, adults and families struggling with behavioral health and developmental challenges. Legacy offers a comprehensive continuum that meets individuals and families at their specific points of need. With services throughout the States of New Jersey and Delaware, Legacy Treatment Services utilizes innovative programming and evidence based practices, delivered by a team of professionals with a passion for transforming lives. For more information, visit http://legacytreatment.org.
GREYHAWK is an award-winning construction management and consulting firm and a leading provider of construction and program management, construction claims management, scheduling, MEP commissioning, and LEED consulting. For more information, visit https://greyhawk.com.