Matrix New World Engineering wins admittance to IPF conference for its offshore wind expertise

Matrix New World Engineering was selected as one of five New Jersey companies to win complimentary entrance to this year’s International Partnering Forum for Offshore Wind conference after demonstrating its profound work in the offshore industry. The firm was chosen since it embodies New Jersey’s talent and capability as an emerging hub for offshore wind in the U.S.

The International Partnering Forum for Offshore Wind was held in Baltimore in late March. As part of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s efforts to promote New Jersey as an emerging hub for offshore wind in the U.S., it was decided to explain “Why Choose New Jersey?” and showcase existing New Jersey companies.

According to Andy Raichle, vice president, “Being selected propels Matrix to the forefront of becoming a leader in the U.S. offshore wind industry. It is an exciting opportunity.”

International Partnering Forum, hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain. Matrix was joined by over 3,000 attendees, 250 speakers, 300 exhibitors and 24 media partners.

Matrix is a growing woman-owned business with offices in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Arizona and Louisiana, coupled with project experience throughout the U.S. and the Caribbean.