Gregory A. Kientop
M.S. Geology, Texas A&M University
B.S. Geology, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Team Leader located in the Lisle Field Office.
Environmental Site Assessment Investigative Research and Risk Assessment
Kientop G.A., 1987, Holocene Evidence of Displacements Along the Meers Fault, Southwestern Oklahoma: Geological Society of America, National Conference, Phoenix, Arizona; and in 1988; Association of Engineering Geologists, National Conference; Atlanta, Georgia.
Kientop G.A. et. al., May 1989-May 1990, Numerous Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Statement Reports: Washington D.C..
Kientop G.A., 1991, Soil Resource Mitigation-Iroquois/Tennessee Pipeline Projects: Northeastern U.S.; Association of Engineering Geologists, National Conference, St. Charles, Illinois.
Kientop G.A., 1995 (revised in 2000), Using Gas Station Architecture in Environmental Site Assessments: presented at the GSA Conference in Bloomington, IL.
Kientop, G.A., 2000, Preliminary Environmental Site Assessment Study of an Expedited and Large-Scale Infrastructure Project: The “Hillside Strangler” Project: Presented at the Environmental Horizons 2000 Conference, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois; AIPG Milwaukee, Wisconsin; AEG Denver 2005.
Erdmann, A.L., Adomaitis, D.J., Bannon-Nilles, P.L., Kientop, G.A., and Schmidt, D.R. (2012). A manual for conducting preliminary environmental site assessments for Illinois Department of Transportation infrastructure projects. Illinois State Geological Survey Open File Series 2012-1.