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Employment History

Senior Executive

Stanley Consultants Inc


Head of the International Group

Stanley Consultants Inc


Senior Vice President

Stanley Consultants Inc


Senior Vice President and Head

International Group


Society of American Military Engineers


Web References(22 Total References)


The Trentonian

www.trentonian.com [cached]

Jim Hollatz, head of the international group at engineering firm Stanley Consultants Inc. of Muscatine, Iowa, said it now is "more careful about who we hire and what level of security we get" when retaining security services to protect employees traveling within Iraq."They say, ‘Do you want just one vehicle and one guard with a gun, or do you want vehicles front and back and four guys with guns?"' Hollatz described recent discussions.Hollatz said Stanley employees currently in Iraq live, eat and work in the same buildings as Corps of Engineers personnel, so they enjoy some degree of military protection.All have undergone training in personal security.


posts.same.org

This will be presented by Jim Hollatz, Senior Vice President and Head of the International Group
Experience: Mr. Hollatz has been with Stanley Consultants for 37 years, and a senior vice president since 1995. His experience includes Head of Construction Management Group with projects in the United States as well as many international locations. For the last 17 years he has been responsible for all of Stanley Consultants international business. This includes new business, operations, and financial performance. Mr. Hollatz has directed the establishment, and is responsible for the continuing performance of the operation offices in Cairo, Abu Dhabi, and Delhi .


News Releases - Engineering, Environmental, and Construction Services - Stanley Consultants

www.stanleyinc.com [cached]

Senior Vice President Jim Hollatz, who heads Stanley Consultants' International Division, says that the firm is pleased to be associated with WGI on this important assignment.


WTOPNEWS.com

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Jim Hollatz, head of the international group at engineering firm Stanley Consultants Inc. of Muscatine, Iowa, said it now is "more careful about who we hire and what level of security we get" when retaining security services to protect employees traveling within Iraq."They say, `Do you want just one vehicle and one guard with a gun, or do you want vehicles front and back and four guys with guns?'" Hollatz described recent discussions.Hollatz said Stanley employees currently in Iraq live, eat and work in the same buildings as Corps of Engineers personnel, so they enjoy some degree of military protection.All have undergone training in personal security.


Smartmoney.com: News Search: Lockheed Martin, Other Firms Boosting Mideast Security

www.smartmoney.com [cached]

Jim Hollatz, head of the international group at engineering firm Stanley Consultants Inc. of Muscatine, Iowa, said it now is "more careful about who we hire and what level of security we get" when retaining security services to protect employees traveling within Iraq. "They say, 'Do you want just one vehicle and one guard with a gun, or do you want vehicles front and back and four guys with guns?"' Hollatz described recent discussions. Hollatz said Stanley employees currently in Iraq live, eat and work in the same buildings as Corps of Engineers personnel, so they enjoy some degree of military protection.All have undergone training in personal security.


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