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Laborers Local 472 SET
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Laborers Local 472 Safety Education and Training Center
378 County Road
Cliffwood, NJ 07721
(732) 583-6260
e-mail set472classes@yahoo.com


Training Director:
Mike Cackowski
set472classes@yahoo.com

Executive Assistant:
Jennifer Hibbs

Instructors:
Joe Scerbo
Harris Silverglate
Rich Busco
Jim Giammarino
John DeOliveira

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Directions to Laborers Local 472 Training Center

From the North:

Via Garden State Parkway (local lanes) to exit 120. Bear right at the end of the ramp. Take a left at the first light (Cliffwood Avenue). Take the first left (County Road), and go approximately 1.2 miles. Training Center is on the left.

Via New Jersey Turnpike South to exit 11. Follow directions via Garden State Parkway South.

Via 287 South to Route 440. (I287 turns into 440) to the Garden State Parkway South. Follow directions via Garden State Parkway.

From the West via Route 80 East to Route 280 to Garden State Parkway South. Follow directions via Garden State Parkway.

Via Route 78 East to Garden State Parkway South. Follow directions via Garden State Parkway.

From the South:

Via Garden State Parkway (local lanes) to exit 120. Make a right at the end of the ramp. Take a left at the first light (Cliffwood Avenue). Take the first left (County Road), and go approximately 1.2 miles. Training Center is on the left.

Via New Jersey Turnpike North to exit 11. Follow directions via Garden State Parkway South.

From the East:

Via Route 440 (Outerbridge Crossing). South to the Garden State Parkway South. Follow directions via Garden State Parkway from the North.


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