Jack Kinstlinger

2001 - Current. Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors., KCI Technologies, Inc. 1990-2008 Project Director for a study of magnetic levitation (Maglev) train operation between Baltimore and Washington, DC for the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Maryland Department of Transportation, Feasibility Studies Through FEIS 1988 to 2000. Founder, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of KCI Technologies, an employee-owned, multi-discipline engineering consulting firm headquartered in Maryland with 12 offices throughout the mid-Atlantic region. KCI employs approximately 1000 people serving government agencies and private clients. 1984 to 1988. President, Kidde Consultants, Inc. that became KCI Technologies, Inc. following an employee financed leveraged buyout led by Mr. Kinstlinger in 1988. 1982 to 1984. Corporate Vice President for Transportation Programs, Daniel, Mann, Johnson, Mendenhall 1975 to 1982. Executive Director, Colorado State Department of Highways. Responsible for the on-time and on-budget completion of the $120 million second bore of the Eisenhower Tunnel, the award-winning Vail Pass section of I-70 through the Rockies, as well as the planning and start of construction of the $400 million Glenwood Canyon section of I-70 and the C470 Beltway around Southwest Denver. 1968 to 1975. Deputy Secretary for Planning, Pennsylvania Department of Highways, which in 1970 became the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Responsible for all long-range planning, capital programming, budgetary and intergovernmental coordination for transportation improvements. 1957 to 1968. Associate, Tippetts, Abbett, McCarthy, Stratton at the firm's New York headquarters and as manager of the company's New England office. Directed many engineering and planning projects, including the Fall River Area and Southeastern Massachusetts Regional Transportation and Arterial Studies. 1954 to 1957. Officer Candidate School and commissioned as an officer in the Civil Engineer Corps of the U.S. Navy. Stationed at several overseas bases, overseeing the construction of military facilities.