“You and the Wilson Ihrig team were the right people at the right time to help make our project happen. You were a huge reason why it was successful, and not just your technical data, your personalities were just perfect for helping us get this project done. I look forward to working with you again!”
Thomas Bergen, Principal
Thom has served as technical consultant in acoustics and vibration on a wide variety of engineering and environmental projects for 28 years, seven of those with Wilson Ihrig. His project experience includes rail transit system noise and vibration control for vehicles and wayside receptors, and ground-borne noise/vibration assessment and vibration isolation system design for sensitive buildings and equipment. He has also worked on projects involving construction noise and vibration monitoring including tunnel construction vibration, and underwater noise monitoring during pile driving. He has extensively conducted acoustic, vibration, and force measurements for a wide variety of surveys and specialized measurements. He has overseen and participated in the laboratory analyses of these data, and has been primarily responsible for much of the engineering analyses. He heads our Seattle-area office and leads the local team on transit and architectural projects throughout the Puget Sound region.
M.S. Acoustics, Pennsylvania State University
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin
Why I Work at Wilson Ihrig
“I work at Wilson Ihrig for the people. This diverse group of personalities possesses a treasure trove of knowledge with easy access, but also provides healthy doses of amusement. We work hard, but try to have some fun along the way. The culture allows me extreme flexibility so I can accommodate complex personal and family obligations. We always seem to be privileged to work on the unique and challenging problems, and no two days are the same. I appreciate that projects are approached and carried through in a spirit of collaboration so that the best possible service to our clients is achieved.”