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Philip C. LaPorta
Margaret C. Brewer-LaPorta
Scott A. Minchak
Jamie McIntyre
Michael A. Conrow

Jamie McIntyre



Education

M.A.

 

Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1978

 

 

 

 

B.A.

 

Anthropology and History, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA,  Magna Cum-Lada, 1976

Professional Experience


2006-present

 

LaPorta and Associates, Geological Consultants, Archaeologist and Environmental Specialist

 

 

 

1993-2006

 

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), Dunmore, PA., District Archaeologist and Assistant Environmental Manager

 

 

 

1991-1992

 

Litigation Support Services, Washington, D.C., Supervisor and researcher for the creation of databases used in large, class-action lawsuits.

 

 

 

1989-1991

 

Document Automation Project Manager, Stanford, CT., and Wilkes Barre, PA., Supervisor, researcher, and quality-control manager for creation of databases used in large, class-action lawsuits. 

 

 

 

1987-1989

 

Sallie Mae Corporation, Wilkes Barre, PA., Manager for loan acquisition, document storage and loan originations.

 

 

 

1985-1987

 

Document Automation Project Manager,Wilkes Barre, PA., Editor for legal documents used in large, class-action lawsuits and Billing Analyst for interpreting contracts with clients to determine billables and protocols for reimbursement.

 

 

 

1982

 

First Investors Corporation, Columbus, OH., NASA-Licensed Mutual Funds, Financial Advisor and Analyst.

 

 

 

1979-1982

 

Wright State University, Dayton, OH., Assistant Regional Preservation Officer, Director of Contract Archaeology.

 

 

 

1978

 

Pennsylvania Historical and Research Commission, Harrisburg, PA., Field Director.

 

 

 

1977

 

Virginia Research Center for Archaeology, Williamsburg, VA., Crew Member, Excavation of North Carolina Governor William Drummonds Plantation.

 

 

 

1977

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA., NSF Laboratory Director for Meadowcraft Rock Shelter.
1976

University of Tennessee, McClung Museum, Knoxville, TN.,Crew Member, Excavation of Two Archaic Sites along the Little Tennessee River.

1975

University of Pittsburgh, Avella, PA., Crew Member, Excavation of rockshelter, Avella Mound, and Farfutia Village and Field School.

 

 

 

1975

 

University of Pittsburgh, PA., Crew Member, Fort McIntosh, Excavation fo 18th c. Revolutionary War Fort.

 

 

 

1974

 

California State University, CA., Crew Member, Excavation of Monongahela Native American Village.

 

 

 

1974

 

California State University, CA., Crew Member, Excavation of 18th c. fortified homestead, Fort Gaddis.

Publications/Presentations

-Papers were presented at the following conferences:

 

  • Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology
  • PennDOT Environmental Managers Meeting
  • Eastern States Archaeological Federation
  • Byways to the Past
  • A1F05 of the Transportation Research Board

Committee Participation (while at PennDOT)

  • Native American Consultation and Guidelines
  • Programmatic Agreement Consultation
  • Section 4(f) Guidelines
  • GIS Committee
  • Historic Bridge Committee
  • PHMS State Archaeological Guidelines

Research and Professional Honors

  • CEC New Jersey, Eight Street Bridge Award
  • CEC Pennsylvania, Diamond Award-Tunkhannock Bridge

Continuing Education

  • Native American Coordination
  • Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act
  • Cultural Resource Management for Project Managers
  • Changes to 36CFR800, Implementing Regulations of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act
  • Species of Special Concern-Sponsored by the PennDOT Bureau of Design
  • Species of Special Concern-Sponsored by the FHWA
  • Threatened and Endangered Species Act
  • Introduction to 4(f) of the National Transportation Act, and Overview of Section 404/405.
  • Categorical Exclusion/Environmental Assessment Expert System
  • USACOE Reg. IV Training Course:  Wetland Identification and Delineation; Pike County and Raystown
  • USACOE Reg. IV Training Course: Atypical/Problem Solutions; Pike County and Raystown
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)/Project Development and Section 4(f)
  • PennState, Worthington, PA. Campus, Microsoft Excel I.
  • Dealing with Media Training
  • OSHA 8-Hour Training: General Training
  • OSHA Confined Space Training
  • Environmental Justice (Cultural Diversity)
  • General Permit II
  • Plant Identification


***Last Updated: Spring, 2014 by Margaret Brewer-LaPorta

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