Mr. Thill began his professional career in environmental acoustics in 1999. His expertise lies in field research, data analysis, and noise modeling. He has conducted numerous field surveys in a variety of noise environments and has authored technical noise reports for various types of projects including residential, mixed-use, commercial, transportation, redevelopment, as well as educational facilities and office and industrial developments. Mr. Thill is proficient in the use of FHWA’s Traffic Noise Prediction Model (TNM), and is familiar with the procedures for preparing highway noise impact studies presented in Caltran’s Traffic Noise Analysis Protocol and the Technical Noise Supplement (TENS). Mr. Thill received a BS degree in Environmental Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
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