Timothy Middleton has over a decade of airport management, noise abatement, and environmental compliance experience. With a background in Political Science and Public Policy, Tim leverages his technical knowledge and public outreach expertise to effectively communicate to a wide range of clients including members of the public, airport managers, the FAA, and state and local officials. His core competencies include: operating Airport Noise and Operations Monitoring Systems, responding to airport noise complaints, writing technical reports for senior airport staff, training airport staff on noise abatement best practices and procedures, and presenting complex technical information in an approachable manner. He was selected and serves as an airport noise subject matter expert on a Transportation Research Board (TRB), Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) panel in Washington D.C.
Tim has also worked to support airport environmental and sustainability efforts, including oversight and development of storm water management programs, airport tenant and airfield construction inspections, adoption of recycling programs, and working to advance renewable energy by progressing the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel.
Tim holds a B.A. in Political Science and History from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Mr. Middleton is a member of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) and received his Certified Member (C.M.) accreditation in 2016.