James C. Dobrowolski
President & CEO, U.S. Facilities, Inc.
James Dobrowolski has over 20 years of experience in building and leading Facilities Management practices for both public and private corporations. Jim started his career in 1990 with the General Electric Corporation as a Contracts supervisor/buyer overseeing Military Base Operations and Maintenance projects. General Electric's project scope and geography included Military bases throughout the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Puerto Rico.
In 1994, Jim accepted a position with Electronic Associates Inc. (NYSE) as the Director of contracts and administration and within two-years accepted an appointment to the position of Vice President of Business development. Promoted one year after this appointment to Vice President and General Manager of the division, Jim led the organization to 300% sales growth and a fourfold increase in profitability. Responsibilities in this position included domestic and international operations, finance and treasury including profit and loss accountability, mergers and acquisitions and capitalization. In 1998, Jim led a merger of Electronic associates with the Halifax Corporation (AMEX) in Alexandria Virginia where he led a division of the company responsible for outsourcing services and privatization of computer services and systems integration. Asked to run the Facilities Management Division of Halifax in 2000, Jim accepted a promotion to President of Halifax Technical Services. Under his leadership sales and profits increased by over 200%.
In 2002, Jim led a buyout of Halifax Technical Services, collaborated with PRWT Services (Majority owner) and other local investors, and renamed the Business U.S. Facilities (USF). Jim currently serves as the President and CEO of the company, where he has led the company from $17 Million in revenue in 2002 to nearly $100 Million forecasted for 2016. USF has more than tripled its number of employees and has enjoyed year over year revenue and profit growth.