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Quad3 Group, Inc.
37 N. Washington St.
Quad Three Group provides environmental project management to a number of various clients including insurance groups, public and private industry and state and federal agencies. Quad 3's project managers respond quickly and efficiently to client's environ...
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Quad 3 | Our People
Jim Palumbo, PE, Principal
Quad3 About Us
Jim Palumbo, P.E.Director, Scranton Office116 N. Washington Ave.Scranton, PA 18503Phone: 570-342-5200Fax: email@example.com
Hazleton OfficeOne S. Church St.301 Renaissance Center
Hazleton, PA 18201Phone: 570-454-8718Fax: 570-454-8710
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[IMG] James Palumbo
Great Valley Technology Alliance
is one of the founding partners of Quad3 Group
is currently involved with the Environmental Group
as well as the Site Development / Utility Division.
involvement includes working with concept development, planning and working with federal, state and local regulatory agencies in the permitting and completion of projects.
Prior to his efforts at Quad3, Mr. Palumbo was the Chief Engineer for the Pennsylvania Gas & Water Company where he managed the engineering for water and gas systems operation and construction.
While at that company, he developed research projects with the US Department of Energy and the Institute of Gas Technology involving synthetic fuels and synthetic fuel processing.
was awarded several study projects in the synthetic fuel area and has authored several papers on hydrogen production and use.
Through his working with utilities, he was selected to become a member of the Piping Systems Institute at Utah State University.
He was appointed to the American Water Works Association National Committee of Plastics in the Water Works Industry by the Director of the Association and served on the committee for several years.
In his previous career, Mr. Palumbo was a flight test engineer at the Experimental Engineering and Test Operations Facility for the Aircraft Engine Group of the General Electric Company.
Mr. Palumbo attended the University of Scranton's Pre-Engineering Program and graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Cincinnati.
He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and in several states throughout the northeast.
He is an instrument rated private pilot with his plane hangared at the Wilkes Barre Scranton International Airport.
He is a member of the Board of the Scranton Chapter of the American Red Cross and a life member of the American Water Works Association.
Mr. Palumbo is also a certified diver using those skills in work and recreation.
wife, Karen, reside in Moosic where they ski at Montage, golf and attend the Red Barons and Penguins games.
They have two sons, James
and Nathan, both of whom are engineers.
American Red Cross of Lackawanna County
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Reading Eagle: Jeremy Drey | An overflow crowd listens to James Palumbo, president of Future Power Pennsylvania Inc., an EmberClear subsidiary, at the South Heidelberg Township supervisors meeting on March 13, 2014.
The plant has the potential to create over 300 jobs in the borough, James Palumbo, a project manager for EmberClear, told council Monday.
said the company is under contract to purchase the property, which is owned by Armorcast LP
, but the deal has not been finalized.
The tract was home to a former World War II tank factory.
has not yet submitted official plans or details, but Palumbo
said the project would require an 8- to 10-inch natural gas pipeline to the site.
The company would also receive water from the borough municipal authority and would collect and use its stormwater runoff, he
The company received preliminary approval from South Heidelberg, but decided against moving ahead after considering the time needed for permits, regulatory review, and community feedback, Palumbo
estimated it would take 18 to 24 months to get the project rolling.