Presentation on theme: "Electrical Department Manager Responsibilities Mr. Seymore has over 38 years experience in the electrical field. His ability to start as an apprentice."— Presentation transcript:
Electrical Department Manager Responsibilities Mr. Seymore has over 38 years experience in the electrical field. His ability to start as an apprentice and advance to the President of his own company has given him valuable insight in every aspect of business. Employment Experience 1997 - PresentLobar, Inc., Dillsburg, PA – Electrical Department Manager 1990 - 1997G.J. Seymore Electric, Inc., New Oxford, PA – President and Owner 1982 - 1990Chase Electric, Inc., Gettysburg, PA – Part Owner and President, Estimator and Project Manager 1974 - 1982Foreman Electrical Service, Hanover, PA – Electrical Journeyman, Electrical Foreman, Electrical Estimator and Project Manager 1971 - 1974Harold Electrical Service, East Berlin, PA – Apprentice Electrician Education/Qualifications 2007Independent Electrical Contractors – NFPA70E Awareness 2007National Technology Transfer, Inc. - 2008 NEC Changes 2005Grounding & Bonding of Electrical Systems – Certificate of Training 2005Improving Communication through Style Management - Certificate 2004City of Harrisburg-Certification-Master Electrician 1968- 1971U.S. Army – Fixed Station Technical Controller A.B.C. Apprentice Program Timberline Estimating Program 1968Delone Catholic High School, McSherrystown, PA- Diploma
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 – Harrisburg Military Post Armory, Bldgs 3, 8, 9, US Army Corp. of Engineer, Scranton, PA, $959,900.00 2009 – Huber Arts Center Renovations, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA, $903,200.00 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 – 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 – Reisner Dining Hall, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA, $1,671,500.00 2007 – Maintenance Building & Parking Lot Expansion, Capital Area Intermediate Unit, Summerdale, PA, $54,000.00 2007 – DDSP-Install Fans EDC Building, New Cumberland, PA, $130,000.00 2007 – Benjamin Chambers Elementary School, Chambersburg Area School District, Chambersburg, PA, $1,973,700.00 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 – 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
Notable Projects 2005 – Roundtown Elementary School, Central York School District, York, PA, $739,130.00 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 2003 – Guthrie Memorial Library, Hanover’s Public Library, Hanover, PA, $923,893.00
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