How the Gateway Project is generating jobs in Atlantic City from the ground up

Published On: October 26th, 2016

The Press of Atlantic City

Diane D’Amico Staff Writer

Stockton University’s new Atlantic City campus doesn’t have any students yet, but it does have a lot of construction dirt, which gets into the office trailers, which need to be cleaned.

That’s where Tariq Edwards, of TLC Cleaning in Atlantic City, comes in, currently once a week. He’s hired two people so far and will hire more as needed.

Kyle Jackson, managing director of Triton Security & Investigations in Atlantic City, has hired five employees to work on the job site and expects to need 20 to 25 more as the project grows.