As Aviation Environmental Services Group Leader, Vice President and Manager of the Sacramento Office, Gene Reindel manages a wide range of aviation noise consulting projects and provides technical support on aviation-related noise studies and noise measurement programs. His professional experience includes 14 CFR Part 150 Airport Noise Compatibility Planning studies, 14 CFR Part 161 Airport Noise and Access Restriction projects, aircraft noise certification measurements using 14 CFR Part 36 requirements, aircraft ground noise studies including low-frequency noise and ground run-up enclosures, residential sound insulation projects, and modeling of aircraft operations noise. Gene is a trained facilitator and leads public outreach programs associated with controversial noise studies and programs.
Before joining HMMH, Gene worked at the Boeing Commercial Airplane Company’s Noise Engineering Laboratory in Seattle, WA.
Gene holds an M. Eng. in Acoustics from Pennsylvania State University and a B.S. in Physics Engineering from Pacific Lutheran University, WA.