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

October 26, 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.