John F. Harkins
Mechanical Expert Witness

Phone: 484-461-3000
Cell: 610-955-6200
jfh@mechanicalexpertwitness.com

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Highly recommend John Harkins and his team – TEEL Construction

To whom it may Concern: We have used Harkins Mechanical Construction for our plumbing and mechanical needs in the tristate area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware over the last 15 years. The Knowledge they contribute to design & build opportunities, from concept through completion, and ability to effectively provide a quality project that repeatedly […]

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Received the organization’s highest honor – ASSE

To whom it may Concern: Dear Sir or Madam: I am writing this letter as reference for Mr. John F. Harkins. Mr Harkins was the International President of the American Society of Engineering in 1986-1987. He served in many positions on our Board of Directors before being elected as International President. He has served on […]

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MCAA is pleased to recognize and express its appreciation for your service – Mechanical Contractors Association of America

Dear Mr. Harkins: MCAA is pleased to recognize and express its appreciation for your service to the association and the industry from 1968 to 1993, as delineated in your resume. Sincerely, John R. Gentille CEO (printable version) www.mcaa.org 301-990-9690 1385 Piccard Drive Rockville, MD 20850-4340

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Opinions Citing John F. Harkins Company, Inc. v. The Waldinger Corporation

John F. Harkins Company, Inc. v. The Waldinger Corporation, 796 F.2d 657 (3rd Cir. 1986) Cited by 40 opinions • Susan Haines, as Administratrix Ad Prosequendum and of the Estate of Peter F. Rossi v. Liggett Group Inc., a Delaware Corporation Loew’s Theatres Incorporated, a New York Corporation R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., a New Jersey Corporation Philip […]

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John F. Harkins CO., INC. v. Waldinger Corp…

No. 85-5695. 796 F.2d 657 (1986) This appeal involves a dispute between a contractor and subcontractor. The district court held that a seemingly broad arbitration provision set forth in one clause of the subcontract was limited by another subcontract clause which incorporated a narrow arbitration clause contained in the primary or principal contract between the […]

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