Local & National Events for Engineers to Feature Manassas Business Executive

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Don Kline of Kline Engineering

Donald “Don” Kline, P.E., principal of Kline Engineering & Consulting, LLC, is an internationally-recognized expert on the design and construction of post-tensioned concrete. He will share his knowledge and experience at two events that focus on this topic for engineers and contractors.

On April 12, he will headline a special presentation, “Post-Tensioned Concrete – Rules for Success,” at the chapter meeting of the National Capital Chapter of the American Concrete Institute (NCC ACI). In addition to discussing the economic benefits of this increasingly popular construction method, he will provide attendees with tips to ensure a successful outcome on their projects. Examples from real-world construction projects will be used to demonstrate many “do’s and don’ts” for post-tensioning.

On May 1, he will speak in the opening technical session at the 2017 national convention of the Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI) in Atlanta. The topic is PTI Committee and Convention Reorganization. The PTI Convention is a four-day event dedicated entirely to post-tensioning with technical sessions, committee meetings, networking events and an industry trade show.

“It’s an honor to collaborate with my peers and colleagues at the gatherings of both of these fine organizations,” said Kline. “Our industry is constantly evolving and it’s exciting to learn about innovative design and construction techniques in post-tensioned concrete.”

The founder and principal of Kline Engineering & Consulting, LLC in Manassas, Don Kline has 25 years of experience in the design, construction and repair of post-tensioned concrete structures. He is past president of NCC ACI and is a member of several ACI technical committees dealing with prestressed concrete and post-tensioned concrete. Also, he is an active member of the Post-Tensioning Institute, where he serves as director and chair of its Technical Advisory Board.



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