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JB Kollar is a senior project manager with specialized and broad-based experience in all aspects of EMF analytics, field management technologies, low and no-cost mitigation design, engineering technology, and construction management. JB’s technical experience includes hands-on and management level field assessment, environmental analysis, 2D-3D/BIM based modeling simulation studies, and mitigation design strategies for electromagnetic (EM) and radio frequency (RF) interference projects.
JB brings has more than 20+ years’ of progressively responsible and high-level program management experience in a variety of military, government, commercial, institutional, and cutting-edge technical environments. JB’s attention to detail-style methodology and creative design mitigation approach, has earned him a well-deserved reputation in the industry, a skillset no doubt sharpened during his military service in the US. Army.
His unique approach has led to the successful conception, design, installation and performance compliance testing of numerous large-scale, highly technical and challenging EMI/RFI shielding projects throughout United States, Canada, and Mexico, including a comprehensive range of DC and Quasi-DC mitigation projects.
FMS as the EMF/EMI Consultant designed and installed the passive and active mitigation systems for this newly established interdisciplinary organization under the Office of Research of the University of California Irvine (UCI) to house state of the art electron-microscope labs (4 imaging cells). The project required analysis of interference potential of all internal and external emission sources, which included vehicle and facility elevators (DC), broadband electrical system (AC) sources, etc.
FMS was engaged as the project’s EMI Consultant by the project architect (Wilson Architects) to conduct an electromagnetic field (EMF) analysis in an existing laboratory (shell space) located in the basement level of the Harvard CNS facility.
Seattle Children’s Research Institute is currently in the construction phase of ”Building Cure”, a 540,000 square foot research building, which will be dedicated to developing therapies for children with diseases such as Cancer, Type 1 Diabetes and Sickle Cell Anemia.
FMS was engaged to conduct a thorough assessment of the building’s design for EMI interference threat concerns to sensitive research equipment. A document review and extensive 3-Dimension computer simulation studies were conducted to evaluate EMF emissions from the building’s electrical distribution, mechanical and other systems.
Over its 20 years, FMS has successfully completed hundreds of EMI projects which included a diverse range of consulting and mitigation services.