Gene has focused the greater part of his career on airport noise consulting across the country and internationally. As Vice President leading the Aviation Environmental Services (AES) group at HMMH, Gene manages a wide range of aviation noise mitigation consulting projects and provides technical support on aviation related noise studies and noise measurement programs. Gene is a trained facilitator and leads public outreach programs associated with controversial noise studies and programs, and uses his training to facilitate community meetings. Gene also teaches courses in acoustics, sound measurements and noise modeling. Gene enjoys and excels at presenting complex issues of aviation noise in an easily understood manner.
Over the last 20 years, Gene has become a leader in the aviation industry. His commitment to excellence in engineering, design and environmental awareness is proof of his love for all aspects of acoustics, and the importance of this aspect within aviation practices.
Gene holds an M. Eng. in Acoustics from Pennsylvania State University and a B.S. in Physics Engineering from Pacific Lutheran University, WA.