John (Jack) L. Kittle Jr.
Senior Vice President (Emeritus) - Decatur, GA
- Computer Software Development/Integration
- Geographic Information Systems
- Systems Analysis
- Data Base Design
- User Interface Design
- Surface Water Hydrology
Mr. Kittle has extensive experience in the use of computers in environmental engineering and water resources analysis, planning, and management. This experience includes development, enhancement, maintenance, and use of computer software for hardware ranging in size from super computers to personal computers. User support and training activities occupy a significant portion of Mr. Kittle's time and provide essential feedback to development activities.
Mr. Kittle started his professional career in 1975 with five years of computer-related project work at Hydrocomp, Inc. Employed by Anderson-Nichols from 1979 to 1985, Mr. Kittle served as Manager of Computer Services and Software in the Palo Alto, CA, office. His activities included directing the design and development of an interactive processor for hydrologic models (ANNIE), supervising maintenance activities for the EPA HSPF model, and coordinating procurement, installation, and operation of the office's first minicomputer system. Mr. Kittle relocated to Decatur, Georgia, in 1984 where he started the Anderson-Nichols Atlanta Office.
In 1985 Mr. Kittle became one of the founding participants at AQUA TERRA Consultants. As a vice president and manager of the Atlanta office, his responsibilities included supervision of staff and subcontractors; increased responsibility for development of project work plans and budgeting. He had continued active involvement as a technical expert in the areas of computer software design and development, computer hardware installation, and computer user support.
In 1993 Mr. Kittle formed JLKittle Consulting. Over a five year period he focused on system architecture and human computer interface issues related to making advanced analytical techniques and large data bases available to decision makers in a meaningful way.
July 1998 saw Mr. Kittle return to AQUA TERRA Consultants as Senior Vice President. His responsibilities include supervision of staff and subcontractors, development of project work plans and budgeting, and marketing. Additionally, he is active in technical efforts involving computer software design and development, including such software packages as GenScn and BASINS.
Mr. Kittle offers creative and inspired software solutions to address environmental engineering and water resources analysis, planning, and management. Georgia born and raised, Mr. Kittle has never forgotten his alumna mater, Georgia Institute of Technology. He has ‘encouraged’ his son to attend a Georgia university, too. Mr. Kittle's experience includes design, development, enhancement, maintenance, and use of software applications for hardware ranging in size from super computers to personal computers. User support and training activities occupy a significant portion of his time and provide essential feedback to development activities.
- Georgia Institute of Technology - BCE (with Honors), 1975
- American Society of Civil Engineers - member