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  1. James M. Katora Electrical Department Project Manager Responsibilities Mr. Katora will be the Owner’s advocate and liaison on the project. During the design, pre-bid and construction start-up phases, James will work directly with the owner and design professional to optimize project quality and parameters while meeting project budget and time constraints. During the construction, he will be assisted by Lobar’s project superintendent, working with the contractors to meet the project schedule and maintaining quality, safety and budgets. As construction nears completion, he and the project superintendent will assist the owner with the transition from construction to occupancy. Employment Experience 1998 - Present Lobar, Inc., Dillsburg, PA – Electrician/Estimator/Project Manager Education/Qualifications Big Spring High School, Newville, PA 1989 – 1992 Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA Central Pennsylvania Independent Electrical Contractors, Inc. – Apprentice Program Engle Business Systems Precision Estimating Extended Class Certified Installer Hubbell Premise Wiring’s Mission Critical Training Program Electronic Interface Associates Fiber Optics Testing Program; including: OTDR, Fusion Splicing, Power Meter & Light Source Center for Applied Skills Training Ultimate Testing; Category 5E, OTDR, Power Meter & Light Source Journeyman Electrician, Harrisburg, PA

  2. Notable Projects 2010 – McKinley Elementary School, City of York School District, York, PA $1,705,655.00 2010 – Ceddia Union Building, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA, $2,936,000.00 2010 – Renovate War College Facility-Bldg 118- Phase 1, MICC DOC Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle, PA, $178,660.00 2009 – Huber Arts Center Renovations, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA, $903,200.00 2009 – Harrisburg Military Post Armory, Bldgs 3, 8, 9, US Army Corp. of Engineer, Scranton, PA, $905,900.00 2009 – Elizabethtown Train Station, Elizabethtown, PA, $471,100 2009 – North Dickinson Elementary School, Carlisle Area School District, Carlisle, PA, $364,750.00 2009 – Spring Grove Middle School Renovations, Spring Grove Area School District, Spring Grove, PA, $1,380,700.00 2009 – Lehman Library First Floor Renovations, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA, $282,580.00 2009 – Replace UPS Bldg. 54, Bay 2, Bldg 2001, Defense Distribution Depot, New Cumberland, PA, $128,500.00 2009 – Classrooms of the Future for the Penn Manor High School, Penn Manor School District, Millersville, PA , $431,000.00 2009 – Lindbergh Avenue School, School District of the City of York, York, PA, $545,550.00 2008 – New Ferguson Elementary School, School District of the City of York, York, PA, $1,741,500.00 2008 – Larry J. Macaluso Elementary School, Red Lion Area School District, Red Lion, PA, $2,015,220.00 2007 – Maintenance Building & Parking Lot Expansion, Capital Area Intermediate Unit, Summerdale, PA , $54,000.00 2007 – Reisner Dining Hall, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA, $1,671,500.00 2007 – DDSP-Install Fans EDC Building, New Cumberland, PA, $130,000.00 2007 – Dixon University Center Enhancement Plan, Harrisburg, PA , $173,685.00 2007 – Benjamin ChambersElementary School, Chambersburg Area School District, Chambersburg, PA, $1,973,700.00

  3. Notable Projects 2007 – Sara Lindemuth Elementary School, Susquehanna Twp. School District, Harrisburg, PA, $646,900.00 2007 – Replace Furnace 10 Buildings, NAVICP (Sub to Perryman), Mechanicsburg, PA, $165,350.00 2007 – Greenwood Middle/High School, Greenwood School District, Millerstown, PA, $1,195,000.00 2006 – Newport High School Alterations & Additions, Newport, PA, $2,715,400.00 2006 – Replace Furnaces Buildings. #201 & #202, NAVICP, Mechanicsburg, PA, $22,485.00 2006 – DDC Replace Fire Alarm System, Defense Distribution Center, New Cumberland, PA , $2,715,400.00 2006 – DDC Replace Lighting Buildings 57,58 and 59, Defense Distribution Center, New Cumberland, PA, $208,250.00 2006 – Boiling Springs High School Additions & Renovations, South Middleton School District, Boiling Springs, PA, $1,611,950.00 2005 – Shippensburg New 4-5 Elementary School, Shippensburg Area School District, Shippensburg, PA $1,451,000.00 2005 – TOC, DDC Replace Lighting Building 83-2, Defense Logistics Agency, New Cumberland, PA, $88,815.00 2005 – Roundtown Elementary School, Central York School District, York, PA, $739,130.00 2005 – Hayshire Elementary School, Central York School District, York, PA, $1,090,000.00 2005 – TOC-DDC Lot 831 Lights, Defense Logistics Agency, New Cumberland, PA, $223,780.00 2004 – Elmwood Elementary School, Mechanicsburg Area School District, Mechanicsburg, PA, $759,100.00 2004 – York Alternative Education Alterations, York City School District, York, PA , $262,834.00 2004 – Spring Grove Middle School/Gym Lighting, Spring Grove Area School District, Spring Grove, PA , $36,848.00 2003 – Guthrie Memorial Library, Hanover’s Public Library, Hanover, PA, $923,893.00 2003 – East Lampeter Building/Garage, East Lampeter Township, Lancaster, PA, $972,136.00 2003 – Lower Paxton Township Municipal Building, Lower Paxton Township, Harrisburg, PA, $590,219.00

  4. Notable Projects 2002 – TOC-PANG Security Perimeter Lights, Pennsylvania National Guard, Middletown, PA, $462,142.00 2002 – MACC-NAVICP Building 312-HVAC Upgrade, Naval Support Activity, Mechanicsburg, PA., $2,013,382.00 2001 – DISA, Building 408, Naval Support Activity, Mechanicsburg, PA, $976,996.00