Jim has owned and managed Schumack Engineered Construction since 1979. He originally worked for Schumack from 1964-1968 and then bought the company in 1979. He is in the office on a daily basis to oversee the operations of the company. He holds several licenses to ensure projects are completed in a professional and accurate manner, including: Unlimited Crane License, Contractors and Septic Licenses, Plumbing PM and a Construction Home Improvement License. Jim has 48 years in the industry.
Jim’s areas of expertise includes all facets of site construction, septic, drainage and grading. He says two of the most interesting projects he has worked on are the Lake Whitney Dam water control project and the Upper Mill Pond Dam rebuild with Centerbrook Architects after the 1983 floods. He lives in Killingworth with his wife and enjoys spending time with his two children and eight grandchildren. Jim is an avid boater, likes tinkering with farm tractors and working his Hereford cattle.
Lally Named Killingworth Lions Club Citizen of the Year
February 18, 2012 – The Killingworth Lions Club has selected James H. Lally as the recipient of its Citizen of the Year award. The award is presented to a citizen of Killingworth who has demonstrated leadership in Community Service.
Lally was honored during the annual Lions Club Senior Dinner at St. Lawrence Church last month. In making the announcement last month, the Lions Club noted that “James H. Lally has generously volunteered his time, energy, professional expertise, and corporate resources to improving the town of Killingworth.
“I don’t know how you managed to stay under the radar all these years with all the things you have done for this community,” Lions Club President Hilary Kumnick stated on recognizing Lally. ”
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