Gary first joined Wilson Ihrig in 1998, then returned in 2003 after graduate school. He has experience on a wide array of projects involving architectural acoustics, building isolation, rail transit systems, transit-oriented development, and environmental noise. His experience includes predicting vibration levels in buildings using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and evaluation and design of building vibration isolation systems. He has extensive field experience measuring noise and vibration levels, vibration propagation properties in soil and buildings, building sound insulation characteristics, and assessing architectural and mechanical designs for noise and vibration control. He is fully adept with all types of acoustic measurement instrumentation, as well as the EASE software program for modeling room acoustics and speech intelligibility within transit environments.
M.S., Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University
B.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
“What’s so great (and has always been) about working at Wilson Ihrig is the combination of being able to pursue your passion within the field, working with an extraordinary group of individuals that continue to inspire, and above all the strong emphasis placed on a successful work/life balance. I am as excited about working here as I was when I first started. I would not be able to say that unless I genuinely believed it!”