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Alexander Returns to Gannett Fleming's Environmental Acoustics Team

Adam Alexander - Gannett Fleming.
Adam Alexander
(Harrisburg, Pa.)

Adam Alexander has returned to Gannett Fleming’s Environmental Acoustics team as a senior noise and air quality analyst. In this role, Alexander will leverage more than 15 years of experience to perform highway noise impact analyses and mitigation design and provide federal regulation guidance. His previous work includes implementing and developing process improvements for highway noise programs, performing air quality and highway noise studies, coordinating research programs, and contract management.

“Adam’s respected position within the industry as a noise and air quality professional enhances our firm’s potential in the transportation and transit markets,” said Ahmed El-Aassar, Ph.D., PE, a vice president and noise and air quality manager. “He will spearhead growth up and down the East Coast — from New England through the MidAtlantic and into the South — by securing projects and increasing exposure.”

Alexander served as the lead environmental protection specialist for the Highway Noise Program with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) prior to returning to Gannett Fleming. During his time in this position, he played a key role in the update of the Traffic Noise Model Version 3.0. He served as FHWA’s authoritative advisor and national expert in the development, interpretation, and implementation of highway noise regulations, policies, procedures, and standards. He also played a major role in FHWA’s development and promotion of national procedures and techniques for assessing and mitigating highway-related noise impacts.

Alexander holds a Bachelor of Science in landscape architecture from The Ohio State University and a Master of Science in administration from Central Michigan University. He is a member and committee chair for the Highway Noise Subcommittee of the Transportation Research Board Standing Committee for Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration. He is also a member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering.

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