JP Kline P.E.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Well-regarded in the field of Geosynthetics testing, JP Kline oversees all technical aspects of our lab work and is a resource throughout the industry. Prior to joining the staff in 2007, JP was with Tenax. He holds a B.A. degree from Randolph Macon College (1991), and a B.S. and Master of Engineering degree from Penn State University (1994, 1995). J.P. enjoys his two children, cooking, and particularly challenging projects. Ingredients always in his refrigerator: BBQ sauce and salsa.

Professional Affiliations/Memberships:

ASTM -Committee D35 on Geosynthetics

North American Geosynthetic Society (NAGS)

International Geosynthetic Society (IGS)

Professional Qualifications:

P.E. License, February 2006, Environmental Engineering (Pennsylvania)

E.I.T. Certification, April, 1995 (Pennsylvania)

Publications:

“Drainage Geocomposite Gas Venting Layer for Landfill Closure Systems”

“Experimental Apparatus and Methodology for Quantifying and Modeling the Effective Soil Gas Diffusion Coefficient in Heterogeneous Soil Matrices”

“Quantifying and Modeling Vapor Phase Diffusion of Hazardous Substances in Surface Soils – Impact on Air Emissions”