ACO-2325 has more than 20 years of experience as an acoustical consultant and expert witness. His background includes audio forensic project management, architectural and environmental acoustics project management, research for NASA, and engineering of large industrial facilities, digital signal processing, project management, and engineering management of high technology business ventures. While a noise control engineer with the Bechtel Group, he directed acoustical design for the worlds largest airport, New Riyadh Airport, Saudi Arabia. And he worked as senior project engineer on a billion-dollar synthetic gasoline plant project in New Zealand. Presently, he directs an acoustics consulting firm. He is co-author of a textbook on acoustics, published in 1998.
M.S., Engineering, Stanford University
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University