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105th Congress                                                 Document
                               SENATE

 1st Session                                                     105-17
_______________________________________________________________________


 
                           SEMIANNUAL REPORT

                                 of the

                        ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

                             for the period

                April 1, 1997 through September 30, 1997

               PURSUANT TO SECTION 105(b), PUBLIC LAW 454

                         EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS


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REPORT OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, APRIL 1, 1997 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 
                                30, 1997



105th Congress                                                 Document
                                SENATE

 1st Session                                                     105-17
_______________________________________________________________________


                           SEMIANNUAL REPORT

                                 of the

                        ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

                             for the period

                April 1, 1997 through September 30, 1997

               PURSUANT TO SECTION 105(b), PUBLIC LAW 454

                         EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS


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                          LETTER OF SUBMITTAL

                              ----------                              

                              The Architect of the Capitol,
                                  Washington, DC, January 13, 1998.
Hon. Al Gore,
President of the Senate.
    Sir: Pursuant to section 105(b) of Public Law 88-454, 
approved August 20, 1964, as amended by Public Law 94-303, 
approved June 1, 1976, I have the honor to submit herewith 
report of all expenditures during the period April 1, 1997 
through September 30, 1997, from moneys appropriated to the 
Architect of the Capitol.
            Respectfully,
                                      Alan M. Hantman, AIA,
                                          Architect of the Capitol.
    Enclosure.




                SALARIES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1997

 Salaries of employees under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the 
         Capitol for the period Apr. 1, 1997 to Sept. 30, 1997

Alan Michael Hantman, Architect of the Capitol............   $61,550.04
Daniel E. Hanlon, director of engineering.................    53,913.60
Newell R. Anderson, structural engineer...................    49,990.16
W. Stuart Pregnall III, assistant budget officer..........    49,004.80
Charles K. Tyler, acting general counsel..................    49,004.80
James E. Ellison, assistant to the assistant architect....    46,935.20
William B. Holmes, superintendent of construction.........    45,552.00
Richard N. Mueller, head, procurement division............    44,148.00
Scott B. Birkhead, head, air-conditioning engineer........    43,963.50
Kevin Mulshine, chief employment counsel..................    43,075.80
Elliot J. Burnham, accounting officer.....................    42,889.60
Bruce T. Arthur, head, architectural division.............    42,206.40
Howard L. Wagner, architectural engineer..................    41,818.40
Arthur L. McIntye, auditor (internal).....................    41,620.80
John R. Weber, head, technical support section............    40,747.20
John T. Boertlein, Jr., accounting officer................    40,023.20
John K. Brady, head, general engineering division.........    38,604.80
L. Gail Stanley, staff assistant..........................    38,604.80
Kenneth E. Lauziere, head, fire protection division.......    38,468.80
Ronald B. Schenk, assistant head, electronics engineering 
division..................................................    37,900.60
Herbert M. Franklin, executive officer....................    37,696.00
Charles E. Bowman III, safety officer.....................    37,239.88
Patricia L. McPherson, assistant head, procurement 
division..................................................    36,462.40
John S. Kirk, supervisory computer specialist.............    36,243.40
Barbara A. Wolanin, museum curator........................    36,000.28
Brian A. Davis, supervisory construction representative...    35,391.20
Wesley E. Mills, sanitarian...............................    35,036.46
Charles L. Aquilina, elevator engineer....................    34,486.40
Stephen A. Dehanas, assistant head, technical support 
section...................................................    33,571.20
James G. Moore, assistant head elevator engineer..........    32,865.12
Elmer T. Simpers, electronics technical assistant foreman.    32,124.55
Kathleen H. Rohan, budget analyst.........................    31,223.20
Betty A. Rouse, supervisory computer specialist...........    31,204.80
Marc Tartaro, architectural draftsman.....................    30,984.88
Lynda A. Poole, supervisory position classification 
specialist................................................    30,856.80
John J. Britton, Jr., electronics technician..............    29,994.78
Diana M. Decanio, supervisory personnel management 
specialist................................................    29,764.80
Leo A. Long, administrative assistant.....................    29,764.80
Stephan H. Chapman, computer specialist...................    29,271.36
Michael J. Jackson, supervisory computer specialist.......    28,915.05
Adrienne E. Powers, interior design specialist............    28,780.96
Joseph F. Scuderi, electrical engineer....................    28,520.72
Jerome R. Ciango, personnel management specialist.........    28,236.00
Joseph M. Shelton, mechanical engineer technician.........    28,236.00
Jerry L. Phillips, electronics technician foreman.........    28,193.75
Gregory A. Clark, inventory control specialist............    28,132.00
John C. Moore, computer systems analyst...................    27,702.52
Bernard C. Otten, electronics mechanic foreman............    27,452.17
Troy M. Smith, safety and occupational health specialist..    27,395.12
Monica S. Mielenz, accountant.............................    27,227.20
Ginger T. Thomas, supervisory staffing specialist.........    27,227.20
Curtis P. Dyer, engineering technician....................    26,910.72
Allen F. Reed, contract specialist........................    26,707.20
Jay C. Bon, architectural draftsman.......................    26,666.72
Wayne L. Firth, supervisory photographer..................    26,382.24
Ronald J. Honesty, electronics technician.................    26,256.00
Michael L. Buck, computer systems analyst.................    26,073.40
Sally B. Guardia, hazardous waste materials specialist....    26,073.40
William C. Allen, architectural historian.................    26,023.24
Theresa M. Coleman, computer specialist...................    25,986.40
Richelle L. Greene, personnel staffing specialist.........    25,948.00
Oswald G. Addison, Jr., safety and occupational health 
specialist................................................    25,178.40
James R. Jarboe, accountant...............................    25,178.40
William L. Heburn, electronics technician foreman.........    25,177.24
Rick A. Wilmoth, energy management control systems foreman    24,894.67
Steven L. Miller, administrative technician...............    24,644.72
Mark A. Railsback, mechanical engineer....................    24,603.00
Karen G. Carre, personnel staffing specialist.............    24,477.60
Kathleen Freeman, employee development specialist.........    24,419.20
David A. Pilkins, energy management control systems 
assistant foreman.........................................    24,179.35
James B. Myers, supervisory records management specialist.    24,127.20
Don H. Winfrey, electronics technician....................    24,072.58
Juanita A. Castro, employee relations specialist..........    23,660.00
Donald K. White, Jr., staff analyst.......................    23,660.00
Janina Serafin, computer operator.........................    23,573.77
Bernard D. Wilson, Jr., office services manager...........    22,921.60
Deborah M. Thomas, budget analyst.........................    22,890.40
Vardell C. Williams, electronics mechanic.................    22,829.26
Pamela Violante McConnell, museum specialist..............    22,638.32
William B. Johnson, engineering technician................    22,376.67
Patrick G. Hunt, procurement analyst......................    22,167.24
Richard D. Martin, electronics technician.................    21,728.99
Linda K. Burke, secretary.................................    21,702.96
C. Stephen Payne, photographer............................    21,652.80
Sarah H. Turner, archives specialist......................    21,652.80
Eric W. Paff, writer/editor...............................    21,504.00
Eileen E. Cusato, secretary...............................    21,444.80
Richard D. Farmer, assistant head, purchasing branch......    21,173.20
Scot Vantine, electronics technician......................    21,096.52
Joseph W. Cunningham II, engineering technician...........    20,862.40
Paul F. Baltrunas, electronics technician.................    20,737.60
James M. Murphy, electronics technician...................    20,737.60
Gordon L. Pullen, computer specialist.....................    20,558.66
Marlene A. Sherman, contract specialist...................    20,373.60
Susan L. Gallagher, secretary.............................    20,280.00
Jennifer C. Leeth, secretary..............................    20,280.00
Scott L. Bieber, electronics industrial control mechanic..    19,880.48
Roy M. Holmes, electronics industrial control mechanic....    19,770.40
Patrick G. Holson, electronics industrial control mechanic    19,770.40
Karen A. Riggles, electronics mechanic....................    19,577.60
Mark E. Parker, electronics industrial control mechanic...    19,293.68
Linda S. Ashby, secretary.................................    19,167.50
Charlene A. Dugovich, supervisory accounting technician...    18,719.36
Colette A. Lenhoff, employee development specialist.......    18,407.20
Elwin M. Lee, Jr., inventory management specialist........    17,888.00
James M. Roof, purchasing clerk...........................    16,775.20
Odessa N. Jones, staffing assistant.......................    16,315.20
Catherine A. Richards, accounting technician..............    16,244.78
James F. Corbus, records management technician............    16,087.68
Thomas S. Parker, messenger-driver leader.................    15,038.40
Kimberly P. Smith, employee relations assistant...........    14,738.54
Lauren J. Wilson, procurement assistant typing............    14,622.40
Linda Y. Pinkney, computer operator.......................    14,320.80
Vernice M. Jackson, accounting technician.................    13,993.00
Lynette M. Leveillee, office support technician...........    13,551.20
McAlwain S. Claggett, laborer.............................    12,469.60
Lynne M. Theiss, director of food services................    11,308.80
Diane M. Reher, accounting technician.....................    10,697.48
Robert C. Hoyler, supervisory electronics engineer........     3,396.00
Michelle A. Wood, accounting technician...................     2,766.21
Gerald E. Ketchem, Sr., facility officer..................       204.68

                     U.S. Civil Service Commission

Agency contribution to civil service retirement fund......  $143,953.35
Agency contribution to Federal employees' group life 
insurance.................................................     6,153.52
Agency contribution to Federal employees' health benefits.   140,509.52
Agency contribution to Government FICA/Medicare...........    47,526.90
Agency contribution to Government FICA....................    84,094.08
Contribution to basic FERS benefits.......................   212,433.72
Basic thrift savings plan contribution to investment fund.    11,847.24
Matching thrift savings plan contribution to investment 
fund......................................................    41,296.06


                SALARIES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1997

    EXPENDITURES OTHER THAN SALARIES FROM APPROPRIATION ``SALARIES, 
                    ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1997''

_______________________________________________________________________

1997
May    9    6423   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................      $231.00
                      Metro subsidy.
       21   6867   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       273.00
                      Metro subsidy.
Jun.   19   7571   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       252.00
                      Metro subsidy.
Jul.   11   8088   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       252.00
                      Metro subsidy.
Aug.   14   9202   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       231.00
                      Metro subsidy.


          CONTINGENT EXPENSES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1997

   EXPENDITURES OTHER THAN SALARIES FROM APPROPRIATION ``CONTINGENT 
               EXPENSES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1997''

_______________________________________________________________________

1997
Jun.   13   7272   Harps & Harps, Inc.....................    $1,500.00
                      Appraisal.
Jul.   22   8213   Arthur Andersen........................    38,757.00
                      Provision of a study, analysis.
         CONTINGENT EXPENSES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, NO YEAR

   EXPENDITURES OTHER THAN SALARIES FROM APPROPRIATION ``CONTINGENT 
             EXPENSES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, NO YEAR''

_______________________________________________________________________

1997
Jul.   9    8030   Arthur Andersen........................   $23,195.00
                      Analysis.
           CAPITOL BUILDINGS, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1997

 Salaries of employees under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the 
         Capitol for the period Apr. 1, 1997 to Sept. 30, 1997

Ben C. Wimberly, administrative assistant.................   $56,675.04
Roberto J. Miranda, supervising engineer (superintendent).    49,004.80
Hector E. Suarez, director, human resources management 
division..................................................    45,408.00
Satish K. Gupta, supervisory engineer.....................    45,312.00
Vinod K. Wadhwa, head, electrical engineer................    44,680.18
Margaret P. Cox, attorney-advisor (labor).................    41,818.40
Donald P. Sarles, assistant electrical engineer...........    38,604.80
Barry L. West, deputy accounting officer..................    36,462.40
John A. Barber, elevator mechanic assistant foreman (M)...    35,229.42
Eleanor M. Garlisi, occupational health nurse.............    33,336.44
Albert L. Woodman, Jr., systems accountant................    30,856.80
Ralph D. Adkins, mason foreman............................    30,340.97
Owen W. Broadwater, air-conditioning equipment mechanic 
leader....................................................    30,320.31
Andrea Anderson, occupational health nurse................    30,317.55
Thomas J. Capelle, electronics technician foreman.........    29,979.90

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