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Wrong Edward Cruz?

Mr. Edward Cruz P. E.

President; Treasurer

E.E. Cruz & Company Inc

Direct Phone: (212) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.com

E.E. Cruz & Company Inc

165 Ryan Street

South Plainfield, New Jersey 07080

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1984, EE Cruz and Company specializes in Heavy construction projects in the New York / New Jersey metropolitan area. Over a span of 20 plus years, the firm has grown steadily into a diverse, flexible, respected organization. We have successfu ... more

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Background Information


Board of Trustees
Associated General Contractors of New Jersey

Board Member
New York Building Congress Inc

Member of Executive Board
Portugal-US Chamber of Commerce Inc

Active Member
American Bar Association


Bachelor of Science Degree
Civil Engineering
New Jersey Institute of Technology

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Ted Cruz, his chief ...

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Ted Cruz, his chief rival, is pouring his energies into Indiana in the hope that voters there give him a victory and keep his White House hopes alive.

It's a close contest: Trump leads Cruz narrowly in three recent Indiana polls-by 5, 8 and 6 points, respectively.
Three recent surveys there show him leading Cruz there by 27, 18, and 7 points.
"Despite the fact that Cruz clearly has the better ground game in actual delegate selection, the basic first ballot math would make it difficult to stop Trump in the remaining states if he manages to win Indiana."
Dave Wasserman, an analyst at the Cook Political Report and expert on the delegate math of the GOP primary, also argued that it was Indiana or bust for Cruz.
"It won't be very realistic to stop Trump if Cruz can't defeat him statewide in Indiana," he said.
If Cruz is planning on a final push to make up the difference against Trump, late-deciders broke for Kasich over Cruz in those three states (the were no public exit polls in Delaware and Rhode Island), suggesting an uphill climb to make his case to Indianans in the next week.
If Cruz is planning on a final push to make up the difference against Trump, late-deciders broke for Kasich over Cruz in those three states (the were no public exit polls in Delaware and Rhode Island), suggesting an uphill climb to make his case to Indianans in the next week.
"Honestly, Senator Cruz and Governor Kasich should really get out of the race.
Cruz, who recently met with Pence, spent election night Tuesday in Indiana after his chief strategist unveiled a deal two days earlier with John Kasich in which the Texan "will focus its time and resources in Indiana" while the Ohio governor directs his campaign's resources in New Mexico and Oregon.
The alliance, announced Sunday, quickly proved awkward when Kasich said Monday that his supporters in Indiana should vote for him, rather than Cruz, before walking it back.
"The #NeverTrump movement will now move into Indiana, where Ted Cruz has a real opportunity to deny Trump a sizeable number of delegates and change the narrative of this race."
'Going All Out'
Some voters in Indiana recognize the importance of the state for Cruz.
"I think they're going all-out right now, but I think it might be a notch above all-out,'' Jack Edison, a 71-year-old retired teacher and basketball coach from Plymouth, Indiana, who is volunteering for Cruz.

EE Cruz

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Edward Cruz and Everett G. Cruz incorporate E.E. Cruz & Company, Inc.

Ed Cruz, Chief Executive Officer of E.E. Cruz, is elected President of the Moles.

EE Cruz

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In 1984, Ed Cruz and Evarett G. Cruz left Cruz Construction Company, founded by Ed's father, and founded E.E. Cruz & Company, Inc.

Joe's fellow Mole members include Ed Cruz, who preceded Joe as President of the Moles and was the recipient of the Mole Member of the Year Award in 2006, Evarett G. Cruz, Denise Cruz Serpico, Jeffrey M. Cruz, Charles Montalbano, Jack Tobin, David Casey and Jeffrey R. Cruz, all current or former E.E. Cruz employees.

Edward Cruz, co-founder and ...

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Edward Cruz, co-founder and former president of New Jersey-based heavy-highway contractor E.E. Cruz & Co. that was eventually sold to German giant Hochtief AG in 2010, died on July 14 at age 74 in Bayhead, N.J. The cause was cancer. Portugal-born Cruz founded the firm in 1984 with his cousin to focus on transportation, deep foundations and water infrastructure work in the New York City region.

Ranked among ENR's Top 400 contractors before its sale, the firm pioneered the use of micro-tunneling to install deep sewer tunnels on area projects. Cruz was a former president and honoree of The Moles, a heavy construction professional group, and led the National Utility Contractors Association and the General Contractors Association of New York City. He also had completed a memoir in 2014, entitled A Bold Journey.

Leadership - Flatiron Construction Corp.

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President and Chief Operating Officer, E.E. Cruz

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