Nelson Ferreira is the founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ferreira Construction Company,
Inc., located in Branchburg, New Jersey. Very early in his career, Nelson realized what he wanted to
accomplish in life - to become a successful construction contractor. He also realized that it would take a
lot of perseverance, hard work and dedication.
Today, Ferreira Construction Company, Inc., "a company on the move", is a multi-million dollar,
multi-faceted construction company with bonding capacity in excess of $200 million, with over 700 pieces of
construction equipment. Ferreira Construction Company employs approximately 300 full-time employees and has
expanded its market to include Florida and New York. Nelson commits to providing his employees with
training and certifications to keep his company ahead of the curve with technology and safety programs.
Board of Directors - Board of Directors -
Gill St. Bernard's School Catholic Charities
Gladstone, New Jersey Newark, New Jersey
Board of Directors -
The Regional Alliance for Small Contractors
Advisory Board Member - Morristown Hospital
General Contractors Association of NY
Appointed by Governor Phil Murphy on 04/16/21
Khalid Anjum is the Chief Innovation Officer of Middlesex County in New Jersey. Mr. Anjum also previously served as the Department Head of Infrastructure Management and Chief Information Officer for Middlesex County. His areas of expertise include transportation engineering & construction, public works management, smart cities planning, facilities planning & management, emerging technologies, infrastructure management, transportation program management, and traffic & transportation engineering.
Anjum earned a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Bangalore University in India, along with a master’s degree in Transportation Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Jack Kocsis, Jr.
Appointed by Governor Phil Murphy on 01/10/22
Jack Kocsis, Jr. is Chief Executive Officer of the Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey (ACCNJ). ACCNJ represents contractor members engaged in commercial, institutional and industrial building construction, and heavy, highway, marine, site development and utility construction.
For more than 30 years, Jack has led the Association and has been directly involved in labor negotiations and jurisdiction settlement proceedings statewide with the general construction trades. He serves on a variety of labor/management boards and committees, including the New Jersey Laborers’-Employers’ Cooperation and Education Trust (LECET), the Carpenter Contractor Trust (CCT), the Engineers Labor-Employer Cooperative (ELEC) and the Bricklayers Labor Management Fund. Jack is co-chair of the New Jersey Building Laborers Statewide Benefit Funds and the Construction Craft Laborers Training and Apprenticeship Fund of New Jersey and Delaware, co-chair of the benefit funds of the Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, co-chair of the Ironworkers District Council (Philadelphia & Vicinity) and co-chair of the Heavy and General Laborers. He also serves as a management trustee on numerous union fringe benefit funds.
Jack is active in public policy initiatives and governmental affairs. He formerly served as director on the New Jersey Economic Development Authority Board and the New Jersey School Construction Corporation Board. Recognized as a leader in the New Jersey construction industry, Jack currently serves as treasurer of the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank and is a member of the Moles.