Woodbury, NY — The Long Island Chapter of Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) has recognized Alan Nahmias, co-founder of Contractors For Kids (CFK) and president of Stalco Construction, as Construction Executive of the Year. The award ceremony, attended by more than 200 construction, engineering, architecture, and finance professionals, took place during CFMA’s 9th Annual Dinner Gala. The event, which benefitted CFK, raised more than $60,000 for the organization that financially supports families of children with serious illnesses.
“I am greatly honored by this recognition from the Construction Financial Management Association of Long Island. I am also enormously grateful to the hundreds of financial and accounting professionals, who have chosen to dedicate their careers to the building industry and helped it become the multi-billion dollar powerhouse of the regional economy,” said Nahmias.
“Each year, we at the Long Island Chapter of the CFMA direct our philanthropic efforts toward aiding Contractors For Kids. To date, our Annual Construction Executive of the Year Dinner Galas have generated well in excess of $500,000 to benefit CFK. We are proud to recognize Alan for both his contributions to the community and leading one of the most prominent construction firms in the Tri-state area,” said Stephen Ebinger, president of CFMA Long Island Chapter and partner in the Jericho, NY, office of CohnReznick LLP.