2010 Dr. Harold Brandeis Community Service Award
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Paul T. Imbarrato was honored with the 2010 Dr. Harold Brandeis Community Service Award by the CRC of Bergen County on December 14, 2010.
Paul T. Imbarrato has culminated over 24 years of experience as a construction business owner starting Let It Grow, Inc in 1986 – a $13 million dollar landscape and site construction company. Paul’s vast construction knowledge has spanned across world-class parks, sports complexes, streetscapes, public gardens, retail developments, roof gardens, corporate and commercial headquarters, and education projects.
Paul is recognized by clients and colleagues as a consummate professional with a high degree of personal integrity. Known for his contagious passion for excellence and a unique ability to meet demanding projects, Paul has built an incredible resume of projects. His recent notable projects include New Meadowlands Stadium, The Giants Training Facility, Red Bulls Stadium, Liberty Science Center, Overpeck Park and a Jack Nicholas designed golf course at Ferry Point Golf Course in New York City.
Of equal passion is Paul’s commitment to his community and individuals in need. Throughout the years, Paul has raised donations for various charities including the Bean Foundation, the Bergen County Burn Foundation, Tomorrow’s Children, Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital, and Camp Sunshine. Paul and the Let It Grow team have held 14 annual benefit functions to help children and needy families with life threatening illnesses. This type of benevolence is Paul at his best and a guide of how we should reach out and touch individual’s lives.
Paul’s guidance, dedication and spirit are met with heartfelt thanks in honor of the 2010 Dr. Harold Brandeis Community Service Award. Paul would also like to thank the many customers, vendors, and colleagues who contributed and acknowledged this special night.