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Nizar Katbi

President

FTR International Inc

HQ Phone:  (714) 389-5656

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FTR International Inc

8707 Research Dr.

Irvine, California,92618

United States

Company Description

FTR International Inc. is proud that the United States Green Building Council's Los Angeles Chapter is providing its members, as well as the general public, access to this signature FTR project, a LEED milestone for the Port of Long Beach. The tour will take p...more

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Chief Executive Officer

FTR International Inc


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www.lavalleystar.com

Judge Jane L. Johnson ruled that the Los Angeles Community College District violated owner Nizar Katbi's constitutional rights with...


www.opencompca.com [cached]

A spokesman for Nizar Katbi, FTR's owner and chief executive, had no immediate comment.
The college district has awarded FTR $232 million in construction contracts.


www.lavalleystar.com [cached]

Judge Jane L. Johnson ruled that the Los Angeles Community College District violated owner Nizar Katbi's constitutional rights with its decision.
In addition, the board of trustees abused its discretion when it suspended FTR and Katbi from managing more bids or contracts.


www.mmdnewswire.com

March 15, 2012 (MMD Newswire) -- In a ruling issued late on March 13, 2012, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Jane L. Johnson issued a detailed 17-page order directing the Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) to throw out its February 8, 2012 order debarring FTR International, Inc. and its President, Nizar Katbi, from "bidding, contracting, subcontracting, or performing work on any District project for a period of five (5) years.
Based on a thorough review of the evidence considered by the Board, Judge Johnson found that the Board abused its discretion in debarring FTR and Katbi because the evidence did not support the charges against them. Judge Johnson also found that the Board violated the constitutional rights of FTR and Katbi by refusing to rule on any of their defenses, and by rejecting FTR and Katbi's request that the debarment hearing be held before a neutral arbitrator, rather than a committee of the Board. In so ruling, Judge Johnson specifically found that the Board harbored an "unacceptable probability of actual bias" against FTR and Katbi. On October 17, 2011, the Board issued three charges against FTR and Katbi, accusing them of submitting a "false and fraudulent" pay application in August, 2008, providing a "false and fraudulent" form in June 2009, and performing substandard construction on the Allied Health and Science Building at LACCD's Valley College, which was occupied in 2008. FTR's President, Nizar Katbi, said of the Court's ruling, "I feel very pleased and vindicated by the judge's powerful ruling in favor of FTR. FTR and Mr. Katbi have filed a lawsuit against LACCD's Board seeking damages for their unlawful efforts and violation of constitutional rights. The action is currently pending the final ruling from the Los Angeles Superior Court.


www.latimes.com

FTR's owner, Nizar Katbi, declined requests for an interview.


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