Ann is the Business Manager for Spectra Company. Her responsibilities include day-to-day management of office personnel and technicians, as well as management of all pertinent financial matters relevant to the Company. Under her portfolio, she is responsible for planning, building, and implementing marketing and business development. Prior to Spectra Company, Ann worked for over 15 years at a San Diego based Law Firm specializing in Business Real Estate Law and Construction Contracts. As a Paralegal, her skills were well suited for the Construction Industry.
Ray Adamyk founded Spectra Company, headquartered in Pomona, California, 25 years ago. Under his leadership as President and because of his passion for preservation, Spectra Company has grown to become known in the construction industry as the “experts” in historic preservation and the largest preservation specialty contractor in the Western United States, with over 150 employees. Among them, Ray has recruited and managed a team that includes artisans and restoration experts, as well as those educated and experienced in Fine Arts, Preservation Architecture and History.
Ray served on the Board of Trustees for the California Preservation Foundation from 2008 to 2014, while holding memberships in the Association of Preservation Technology International, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Western Association for Art Conservation, in addition to the Los Angeles Conservancy. He is also an AIA LA Affiliate member. As a graduate of Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Ray was recently inducted as an Alumni of Distinction for my career success and community contributions.
Spectra Company’s historic preservation projects have received recognition from the National Trust, the California State Office of Historic Preservation, California Preservation Foundation, Los Angeles Conservancy, Long Beach Heritage and Pasadena Heritage on projects including the Downtown Women’s Center, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House in Hollywood, Pantages Theater in Hollywood, Catalina Island Casino in Avalon, the Gamble House in Pasadena, The Villa Riviera in Long Beach and the Lopez Adobe in San Fernando. We have also recently completed restorations work at the Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California.
Completed and active projects include the Downtown Women’s Center, Frank Lloyd Wright's Ennis House in Hollywood, Pantages Theater in Hollywood, Catalina Island Casino in Avalon, the Gamble House in Pasadena, The Villa Riviera in Long Beach, Lopez Adobe in San Fernando and Hoover Dam in Boulder City, Nevada. Mr. Adamyk is a graduate of Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Tim Harris, Jr. is the Chief Financial Officer for Spectra Company. Tim is responsible for the oversight and management of Spectra Company Projects. As the Manager of the Scheduling, Purchasing and Estimating staff, he is responsible for the successful completion of “Special Projects.” Tim is a graduate of Western Michigan University and holds a Degree in Business Management.
Reuben Lombardo has extensive experience in the preservation field, and is a key team member of Spectra Company's Historic Division. His areas of expertise include Ornamental Concrete/Plaster, Granite/Marble, Tile/Stone/Ceramics, Historic Murals/Decorative Painting, Sculptures, Mold Making, Wood Restoration and Metals. Although well versed in many aspects of historic restoration, Reuben has a particular affinity for the more artistic elements of preservation work. He is an artist by trade, but has coupled his practical historic knowledge with construction and project management skills. Reuben is a graduate of Otis College of Art and Design and holds a Masters of Fine Arts from UCLA.
Reuben has utilized his expertise on numerous restoration and waterproofing projects. They include such noteworthy landmarks as Hoover Dam in Boulder City, Nevada, The Catalina Island Casino in Avalon, the Fine Arts Building in Los Angeles, Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, The Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, The Marion Davies Guest House in Santa Monica, Anaheim Citrus Packing House, multiple University projects at UCLA, Mount Saint Mary’s, and California Institute of Technology, and varied projects for the city of Santa Monica including the City Hall, the Police Station, the Municipal Pools, and Ocean Park Library.
Reuben is a member of Association of Preservation Technologies International (APTI), California Preservation Foundation (CPF), American Institute for Conservation (AIC), Western Association for Art Conservation (WAAC) and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He has shared his expertise by lecturing at various functions for APTI, WCAPT, CPF, California Redevelopment Agency- Los Angeles (CRA/LA) and the Traditional Building Conference Series in Los Angeles. Most recently, Reuben was elected to the board of directors for the Western Chapter of Association Preservation Technologies (WCAPT).
Reuben Lombardo has been part of the team to receive various Preservation Awards including The Villa Riviera in Long Beach, The Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles (National Trust Award), the Lopez Adobe, The Caltech Linde Robinson Lab, The Catalina Island Casino, and the Hollywood Palladium.