1 The technical members of the RS&H Team, which are comprised of RS&H, ESA Airports and Engage Communications, have prepared numerous Part 150 Studies, noise analyses, and land use compatibility studies throughout the United States. The firms on the RS&H Team have more than 180 aviation industry professionals in 32 offices nationwide. Together, the RS&H Team has worked at more than 300 U.S. airports in the past ten years and have completed noise studies at over 200 airports worldwide. Recent experience of RS&H Team members includes the preparation of over two dozen Part 150 Studies. These Part 150 Studies have included several at general aviation airports that are very similar in profile to The Ohio State University Airport in that they are busy general aviation airports in metropolitan regions that have a commercial service airport (e.g., Jacksonville Craig Airport, Orlando Executive Airport, Detroit-Willow Run Airport, and Collin County (TX) Regional Airport). In addition, RS&H Team member ESA Airports recently completed the Part 150 Study at Atlanta s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, which is the busiest airport in the world. The technical members of the RS&H Team, which are comprised of RS&H and ESA Airports, have prepared numerous Part 150 Studies, noise analyses, and land use compatibility studies throughout the United States. Members of the RS&H Team have used the FAA s Integrated Noise Model to develop hundreds of aircraft noise contours for over 25 years. The INM is a very sophisticated aircraft noise model that requires a depth of knowledge of aircraft types, aircraft performance, and airport operations. The RS&H Team maintains currency with the INM by using new versions as these versions are released by the FAA. The FAA does not provide INM training; however, some consulting firms, including RS&H Team member ESA Airports, do offer INM training. RS&H Team members have taken INM courses offered by other firms and ESA Airports staff has trained others in the use of the INM. ESA Airports staff also participates in FAA-sponsored INM design review groups and are currently assisting the FAA with the development of the next generation of the INM, which is called the Aviation Environmental Design Tool, or AEDT. Resumes of key individuals on the RS&H Team and a description of the specific capabilities of ESA Airports in managing Part 150 Studies are provided on the following pages.
2 David J. Full Project Manager Mr. Full is the designated Project Manager for RS&H and will be the single point of contact for The Ohio State University. Mr. Full serves as RS&H s Aviation National Environmental Service Group Leader for aviation-related environmental projects. With more than 23 years of experience, Mr. Full is an industry leader in aviation environmental issues at major air carrier and general aviation airports throughout the United States. Over the course of his career, Mr. Full has provided consulting services to more than 50 airports and has prepared more than 40 federal or state environmental documents on aviation projects. Each of these environmental documents has included extensive noise and land use compatibility analyses. Project experience from the consultant perspective has encompassed assignments at large, medium, small, non-hub and general aviation airports. Representative projects and airports include the following: Mr. Full is an industry leader in aviation environmental issues. On-Call Environmental Consulting Services, San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, San Luis Obispo, California Project Manager On-Call Environmental Consulting Services, Monterey Peninsula Airport, Monterey, California Project Manager On-Call Environmental Consulting Services, Bob Hope Airport, Burbank, California Project Manager Environmental Impact Statement, O Hare Modernization Program, Chicago, Illinois Quality Control / Assurance Manager Master Plan and EIS, San Jose International Airport, San Jose, California Project Manager EIS Peer Review, Taos Regional Airport, Taos, New Mexico--Project Manager CEQA Documentation, Brown Field, San Diego--Expert Witness Master Plan and EIS, Oakland International Airport, Oakland, California-- Task Leader and Senior Technical Reviewer Master Plan and EA, San Francisco International Airport--Task Leader Master Plan and EA, Hayward Executive Airport, Hayward, California-- Project Manager Compatible Land Use Plan (CLUP) Update for Oakland International, Livermore Municipal, and Hayward Executive Airports, Alameda County, California--Project Manager Master Plan and EA, Oceano Airport, Oceano, California--Project Manager Master Plan and EA, Murray Field, Eureka, California--Project Manager Master Plan and EA, Santa Maria Public Airport, Santa Maria, California- -Project Manager Regional Jet Service EA, Yuma International Airport, Yuma, Arizona-- Project Manager Regional Jet Service EA, San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, San Luis Obispo, California--Project Manager On-Call Environmental Planning Services, Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA), Baltimore, Maryland--Task Manager Runway Safety Area EA, Waco Regional Airport, Waco, Texas--Project Manager Runway Improvement Projects EA, Portland International Airport, Portland, Oregon--Project Manager Compatible Land Use Plan (CLUP) Update for Oroville Municipal and Chico Municipal Airports, Butte County, California--Project Manager Professional Credentials: Master of Urban Planning, University of Washington, 1985 Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, 1982 Memberships: Airports Council International - Environmental Affairs Committee American Institute of Certified Planners National Association of Environmental Professionals, Board Member
3 Donald G. Andrews Project Officer Mr. Andrews is the national leader of RS&H s Aviation Planning Service Group, responsible for development and maintenance of the standards and delivery practices of the firm s aviation planning capabilities. His duties include services as Project Officer, active project management, quality assurance, technical direction, schedule and budget control, and resource allocation. Mr. Andrews is a veteran in the field of aviation planning and design with 28 years of experience as an aviation consultant and airport owner. For ten years, he served with the City of Houston s Department of Aviation as Assistant Director of Aviation and Manager of the Houston Airport System s Planning and Programming Division, where he was responsible for directing the efforts of consultants and in-house staff on a wide variety of assignments. Over the course of his career, Mr. Andrews has participated in more than 40 airport master plans as well as numerous environmental studies, Part 150 Studies, terminal planning and development projects, aviation system plans, economic impact studies, airfield and roadway design projects and air cargo projects. Project experience from the consultant perspective has encompassed assignments at large, medium, small, non-hub and general aviation airports. Representative projects and airports include the following: Mr. Andrews is a veteran in the field of aviation planning and design Master Plan, Houston s George Bush Intercontinental Airport--Project Manager Master Plan/Part 150, Lansing s Capital City Airport--Project Officer Master Plan, Flint s Bishop International Airport--Project Officer Environmental Assessment, Pensacola Regional Airport--Project Manager Master Plan Advisory Circular Update, FAA/Volpe Center--Project Manager Master Plan, Willow Run Airport--Project Manager Master Plan, Gainesville Regional Airport--Project Officer Master Plan, Miami International Airport--Project Manager Master Plan, Detroit Metropolitan Airport--Project Manager Master Plan, Chicago Midway Airport--Project Manager Master Plan, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport--Project Manager Master Plan, Dayton International Airport--Project Manager Master Plan, Binghamton Regional/Edwin A. Link Field--Project Manager Master Plan, North Perry Airport/Fort Lauderdale--Project Manager Master Plan, Pittsburgh s Allegheny County Airport--Planner Master Plan, Greater Pittsburgh International Airport--Planner Master Plan, Detroit City Airport--Planner Master Plan, Chicago O Hare International Airport--Planner Environmental Assessment, Fernandina Beach Airport--Project Manager Master Plan, New Denver Airport--Planner Master Plan, Wichita Mid-Continent Airport--Planner Master Plan, Benton Harbor/Twin Cities Airport--Planner Environmental Impact Statement, Detroit Metropolitan Airport--Planner Part 150 Study, Detroit Metropolitan Airport--Planner Environmental Assessment, Nashville Metropolitan Airport--Planner Part 150 Study, Dayton International Airport Planner Professional Credentials: Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Michigan State University, 1978 Memberships: ACI-NA Technical Affairs Committee, Steering Committee ACI-NA Environmental Affairs Committee - Chairman, 1999 TRB Committee on the State Role in Air Transport, Former Committee Secretary
4 Joseph P. Jackson Quality Assurance/Quality Control Mr. Jackson leads planning and environmental projects as Project Officer or Project Manager. He also serves as RS&H s Aviation Planning Service Group Leader for the Great Lakes Region. Mr. Jackson provides support on other RS&H assignments that call for his airport business and planning technical expertise. Mr. Jackson s 20-plus year aviation consulting career includes extensive experience in airport planning and CIP programming, airport finance and business issues, airline/airport CIP coordination, environmental planning, and air service analysis. His clients include airports ranging in size from general aviation fields to the largest airports in the world as well as most of the major US airlines. Over the course of his career, Mr. Jackson has participated in or led dozens of airport master plans. His experience also includes an array of financial feasibility studies, terminal planning/development projects, air service studies, FAR Part 150 Studies, environmental projects, TSA checkpoint/100 percent bag screening studies, and many other related projects. Representative clients and projects are summarized below. Master Plan Update, Toledo Express Airport, Toledo, Ohio--Project Officer ALP Update, Put-In-Bay Airport, Erie Islands, Ohio--Project Director ALP Update, Middle Bass Island Airport, Erie Islands, Ohio--Project Director Deicing Usage Analysis, Akron-Canton Regional Airport, Akron Ohio-- Lead Planner Master Plan Update, Bismarck Municipal Airport, Bismarck, North Dakota- -Project Manager Master Plan Update, Capital City Airport, Lansing, Michigan--Project Director Part 150 Study, Capital City Airport, Lansing, Michigan--Project Director Master Plan Update, Bishop International Airport, Flint, Michigan--Project Manager Master Plan Update, Willow Run Airport, Detroit, Michigan--Project Manager Master Plan Update, Jackson Municipal Airport, Jackson, Minnesota-- Project Officer ALP Update, Sparta Municipal Airport, Sparta, Michigan--Project Director ALP Update, Linden Price Airport, Linden, Michigan--Project Director ALP Update, Sky Harbor Airport, Duluth, Minnesota--Project Director ALP Update, Mahnomen County Airport, Mahnomen, Minnesota--Project Director Environmental Assessment, Duluth International Airport, Duluth, Minnesota--Project Director Runway Safety Area Study, Willow Run Airport, Detroit, Michigan--Project Director Runway Safety Area Study, Capital City Airport, Lansing, Michigan--Project Director Update FAA Master Planning Advisory Circular, Aviation Administration-- Planner Master Plan Update, Miami International Airport, Florida--Planner Master Plan Update, Grand Forks International Airport, North Dakota-- Project Manager Master Plan Update and Part 150 Study, Midland International Airport, Texas--Lead Planner Mr. Jackson has led or participated in dozens of master plan updates, NEPA documents and Part 150 Studies Professional Credentials: Master of Business Administration, Morehead State University, 1982 Bachelor of Arts in Music Education, Morehead State University, 1981 Memberships: Member, American Association of Airport Executives
5 Neal A. Westlund Task Manager-Forecasting Mr. Westlund is a senior aviation consultant in the firm s Great Lakes Region. His responsibilities include management of aviation facility and environmental planning assignments, quality assurance, technical direction, and schedule and budget control. Mr. Westlund has been in the aviation consulting industry for 16 years. His planning and environmental experience covers the spectrum from small general aviation airports to large-hub commercial service airports. Planning services provided by Mr. Westlund include both defined scope projects and on-call planning acting as a staff extension for the client. Mr. Westlund has prepared dozens of master plans and master plan updates for airports throughout the United States and has prepared and updated forecasts of airport operations for each of these master plans. Mr. Westlund has prepared dozens of master plans and master plan updates for airports throughout the United States. Lansing Capital City Airport--Project Manager Willow Run Airport--Project Manager Bishop International Airport--Project Manager Battle Creek W. K. Kellogg Airport--Planner Jackson Municipal Airport--Project Manager Princeton Municipal Airport--Project Manager Mahnomen County Airport--Project Manager Carlton County Airport--Project Manager Silver Bay Airport--Project Manager San Antonio International Airport--Planner San Antonio Stinson Municipal Airport--Planner North Palm Beach County Airport--Planner Miami International Airport--Planner Oakland International Airport--Planner Lansing Capital City Airport--Project Manager Hillsdale Municipal Airport--Project Manager Duluth International Airport--Project Manager Mahnomen County Airport--Project Manager Willow Run Airport--Project Manager Lansing Capital City Airport--Project Manager Orlando International Airport--Planner Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport--Planner Houston Hobby Airport--Planner Northwest Airlines Minneapolis International Airport--Project Manager Denver International Airport--Planner Akron-Canton Regional Airport--Planner Palm Beach International Airport--Planner Beirut International Airport, Lebanon--Planner Piarco International Airport, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies--Planner Fajardo, Vieques and Culebra Airports, Puerto Rico--Planner Bult Field--Planner Professional Credentials: Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Parks College of St. Louis University, 1988 Memberships: Member, American Planning Association Member, AAAE Operations, Safety and Planning Committee
6 FIRM BACKGROUND Since 1969, Environmental Science Associates (ESA) has provided noise and environmental consulting services to a variety of airport clients. Over the past ten years, ESA Airports, the firm s aviation consulting practice, has provided noise consulting services to many of the nation s busiest air carrier and general aviation airports including San Francisco International, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Denver International, Orlando International, Miami International, Seattle International, Portland International, Anchorage International, Sacramento International, Sacramento Executive, Orlando Executive, Craig Regional, and Collin County Regional Airports. ESA Airports extensive knowledge and familiarity with airport development projects allows us to understand the special responsibilities and difficulties that airports face in addressing environmental issues, especially noise issues. ESA Airports has prepared over 25 FAR Part 150 Studies, over 100 noise analyses for NEPA and state environmental documents, and numerous specialized technical studies focused on aircraft noise. ESA Airports staff includes specialists in all environmental aspects of airport environmental analysis, with an emphasis in aviation noise analysis and control. ESA Airports staff has combined experience at more than 200 airports worldwide. They have managed over 25 FAR Part 150 Studies, and have experience in all facets of aircraft noise analysis, mitigation, and land use compatibility planning at large commercial facilities, airports predominately served by regional/commuter airlines, and airports that are primarily used by general aviation aircraft. Four ESA Airports staff members have served as Airport Noise Officers for large and medium hub airports where they were responsible for implementing noise and land use compatibility programs as well as working with the affected residents on a daily basis. This experience provided them with a deep understanding of the delicate balance between the regional/national benefits of a thriving airport and the localized impacts of aircraft noise on airport neighbors.
7 STEVEN R. ALVERSON Director, ESA Airports Mr. Alverson, the Director of ESA Airports, has 26 years of experience in the analysis of aircraft noise and development of noise control strategies on over 150 airport studies. He brings substantial experience in the management and preparation of Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 150 and FAR 161 noise studies, noise elements for airport master plans, noise monitoring system design projects, public involvement programs, environmental impact assessments, litigation support, and expert testimony. He has prepared FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility studies for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Reid-Hillview Airport, Denver-Stapleton International Airport, Friedman Memorial Airport (Sun Valley, ID), and Austin- Bergstrom International Airport. He is currently the project director for the FAR Part 150 Study for The Ohio State University Airport, which has just begun. He also managed the first two FAR Part 161 studies at San Jose and San Francisco International Airports. Mr. Alverson has participated in, analyzed, or directed aircraft noise measurements at over 40 airports encompassing military, general aviation, and air carrier airports. Mr. Alverson has conducted or directed aircraft noise modeling efforts for over 70 airports involving the use of the FAA-approved Integrated Noise Model from versions 2.0 through 7.0 as well as the U.S. Air Force s NOISEMAP. Mr. Alverson was the first airport noise officer for the City and County of Denver at Stapleton International Airport and recently served as the acting Airport Noise Program Manager for the Sacramento County Airport System. During his five years at Denver, he implemented one of the most comprehensive aircraft noise control programs in the United States. As a result of Mr. Alverson s extensive experience in the field of aviation noise, he is frequently asked to speak at national and international conferences. He has provided college-level lectures on aircraft noise analysis and land use compatibility and recently taught A Guide to Aircraft Noise Analyses Under NEPA at the FAA NEPA Workshop in Seattle, WA. Education B.S., Aeronautics, Dowling College, Dean s List Professional Affiliations Associate, Institute of Noise Control Engineering Publications & Presentations Aircraft Noise and Land Use Compatibility Planning, University of California at Davis, Sacramento, CA, April 19, Noise 101: Noise Metrics and Sources, The 22 nd Annual UC Symposium on Aviation Noise and Air Quality, San Francisco, CA, March 4, Relevant Experience Austin-Bergstrom International Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Project Director. Mr. Alverson is directing the preparation of a FAR Part 150 and Airport Land Use Compatibility Study for the airport, which is nearing completion. The Noise Exposure Map (NEM) has been completed and accepted by the FAA. The Noise Compatibility Program is under FAA review. Mr. Alverson managed all inhouse team members and technical analyses as well as facilitated the Technical Advisory Committee meetings. Project work included analyzing the aircraft noise measurements from the Airport s noise and operations monitoring system, development of existing and future Noise Exposure Maps using the Integrated Noise Model (INM), development of the Noise Compatibility Program, and presentations at several public meetings. Reid-Hillview Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson managed every aspect of the preparation of a FAR Part 150 noise and land use compatibility study for Reid-Hillview Airport the general aviation reliever airport for San Jose International Airport. Project work included aircraft noise measurements, development of existing and future Noise Exposure Maps using the INM, preparation of the Noise Compatibility Program, presentations at several public meetings, and final presentation to the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors. Noise from the extensive helicopter training activity at the airport was a focus of the community and the technical analyses.
8 Steven R. Alverson Page 2 Publications & Presentations (continued) Noise Implications of the Repeal of the Wright Amendment, The 22 nd Annual UC Symposium on Aviation Noise and Air Quality, San Francisco, CA, March 5, A Guide to Aircraft Noise Analyses under NEPA, Presentation at the FAA/ACC/ACI NEPA Workshop, Seattle, WA, Aug. 22, Compatible Airport Land Use Planning: Beyond the Noise Contours, Presentation at the Airports Council International Affairs Committee, Toronto, Canada, Sept. 18, The National Environmental Policy Act: Documentation at the New Millennium, Presentation at the Lochard User Group, San Diego, CA, Nov. 8, Evaluating the Effect of Federal Aircraft Noise Policies, Presentation at the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Resorts Airport Conference, Sun Valley, ID, Oct. 14, The New Realities of Aircraft Noise, Presentation at the Airport Consultants Council/ AAAE Airport Planning, Design, and Construction Symposium, Denver CO, Feb. 21, Political Acoustics: The Changing Dynamics of Air-craft Noise Control, Presentation at the 40th Southwest Chapter of the AAAE Airport Management Short Course; Monterey, CA, Jan. 19, Low-Frequency Noise Emanating from Aircraft Ground Operations, Presentation to the Transportation Research Board s A1F04 Committee; San Diego, CA, Aug Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson managed every aspect of the preparation of a FAR Part 150 noise and land use compatibility study for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport the busiest air cargo airport in the United States. Project work included aircraft noise measurements, development of existing and future Noise Exposure Maps using the INM, preparation of the Noise Compatibility Program, and presentations at several public meetings. Noise from nighttime air cargo aircraft operations at the airport was a focus of the community and the technical analyses. Sun Valley Airport FAR Part 150 Noise Exposure Map Development. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson Oversaw the development of the FAR Part 150 Noise Exposure Map for Sun Valley Airport in Hailey, Idaho. He conducted aircraft noise measurements in the summer and winter months, prepared Noise Exposure Maps (NEM) for existing and future conditions, made presentations to the airport commission, and prepared the NEM report. Denver-Stapleton International Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson managed the consulting team preparing the FAR 150 noise and land use compatibility study for Denver- Stapleton International Airport. He collected operations, flight track, and runway use data; arranged and facilitated public meetings; reviewed the noise model inputs; and reviewed/edited the study documents. San Jose International Airport FAR Part Noise Study Scope Development. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson prepared scope of work for the first Part 161 study to be prepared under the 1990 Aircraft Noise and Capacity Act. He worked with City Attorneys, airport noise office staff, and the airport director to develop the scope of work to evaluate the noise and economic benefits of an early phase out of Stage 2 aircraft at San Jose International Airport. The scope of work ensured that the completed study would meet all of the requirements of FAR Part The scope of work has since been used as a template for all other FAR Part 161 studies completed to date. San Jose International Airport FAR Part Noise Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson prepared the first Part 161 study to be prepared under the 1990 Aircraft Noise and Capacity Act. The Study evaluated the noise and economic benefits of an early phase out of Stage 2 aircraft at San Jose International Airport. The study has since been used as an example for all other FAR Part 161 studies completed to date. San Francisco International Airport FAR Part Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson prepared the second FAR Part 161 study to be prepared under the 1990 Aircraft Noise and Capacity Act. Worked closely with City attorneys, airport staff, and the assistant airport director to ensure the Part 161 study met the City s needs and complied with all of the requirements of FAR Part The Study evaluated the noise and economic benefits of an restriction of Stage 2 aircraft operations during the evening period
9 Steven R. Alverson Page 3 at San Francisco International Airport. The study met all of requirements of FAR Part and was the first to be submitted to FAA for their review. The affected carriers decided to voluntarily comply with the restrictions. The study has been used as an example for other FAR Part 161 studies completed to date. March Air Reserve Base/March Inland Port Airport. Project Director. Oversaw the noise modeling analyses and report preparation for noise issues related to nighttime cargo operations at March ARB. In addition to cumulative noise exposure, analyzed the potential for sleep disturbance from nighttime air cargo aircraft operations. Prepared and gave a public presentation on ESA s work at the March Joint Power s Authority Commission meeting. McClellan Field Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan. Project Manager. Mr. Alverson led the technical effort to prepare existing and future land use maps, prepared and gave a Noise 101 presentation to the technical advisory committee, and prepared text for handouts out the public meetings. City of Stockton General Plan Update and Environmental Impact Report. Project Director. Oversaw the effort to prepare the EIR for the Stockton General Plan Update. Also, oversaw and participated in the preparation of future aircraft noise contours and technical report for Stockton Metropolitan Airport. Destin Jet Noise Services. Technical Advisor. Oversaw the effort to quantify aircraft noise exposure resulting from aircraft ground operations at a proposed Fixed Based Operation at Destin Airport. Developed the technical approach to the analyses. Presented the results of the ground noise analyses to the Destin City Council. Oakland International Airport Instrument Landing System EA. Project Director. Assisted the FAA in preparing an EA on the installation of a new Instrument Landing System and MALSR on Runway 27L at Oakland International Airport. He oversaw the development of aircraft noise contours related to the existing and future conditions with and without the proposed project. Led the collection of operations, flight track, and runway use data from the Port of Oakland s ANOMS. Oversaw the preparation of technical reports for the EA including aircraft noise and biological resources. Portland International Airport Noise Training Course. Project Manager. Prepared and gave a tailored two-day noise training course to the Portland International Airport Noise Program Management staff. Prepared a one-day aviation noise training course for other Port staff, FAA air traffic control tower staff, and interested community members. Portland International Airport Noise Monitoring System Design and Technical Specifications. Project Manager. Prepared the technical specifications for the replacement aircraft noise and operations monitoring system, assisted with vendor selection, and assisting with system installation oversight.
10 Steven R. Alverson Page 4 Denver International Airport Noise Exposure Performance Standards Audit. Project Director. Mr. Alverson directed the evaluation of the Denver International Airport (DIA) Noise Abatement Office to find ways to improve staff efficiency and responsiveness to surrounding stakeholders. As part of the project, ESA evaluated the DIA s Aircraft Noise and Operations Monitoring System (ANOMS) and it s ability to meet the needs of the Noise Office staff as they monitor DIA s Noise Exposure Performance Standards. Los Angeles World Airports ANOMS 8 Technical Oversight. Project Manager. Mr. Alverson is assisting Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) with the design and installation of a replacement Aircraft Noise and Operations Monitoring System (ANOMS) at Los Angeles International, Ontario International, and Van Nuys Airport. ESA Airports will consult with LAWA to monitor the progress of the noise monitoring system vendor to keep the installation on time and on budget. Sacramento Executive Airport Master Plan Update. Project Manager / Noise Specialist. Mr. Alverson is directing noise studies and preparing the noise element of the master plan updates for Sacramento Executive Airport and Franklin Field. ESA Airports prepared existing and future Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) contours for both airports and will examine the noise ordinance at Executive Airport, preparing CNEL contours for three alternative noise ordinance scenarios. Mr. Alverson will present the results of the noise ordinance analysis at public meetings. Wright Amendment Noise Analysis Services. Project Manager. Mr. Alverson managed a team of experts to quantify the change in aircraft noise exposure that may result in the Dallas-Love Field environs from the repeal of the Wright Amendment. He directed the forecasting of the changes in aircraft fleet mix and operations that would occur, developed the noise contours, and analyzed the anticipated change in noise exposure. Mr. Alverson presented the results during public and stakeholder meetings. Taos Regional Airport EIS Peer Review. Project Director. Mr. Alverson directed the review of the EIR prepared for improvement projects at Taos Regional Airport in New Mexico. Key issues addressed in the peer review are impacts of the proposed action to the Taos Pueblo, alternatives, and the relationship of the action to potential development opportunities of the Taos Pueblo. Bob Hope Airport A-1 Property Acquisition MND. Noise Specialist. Mr. Alverson served as the technical task leader for the development of Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) contours for the Bob Hope Airport A-1 Property Acquisition project. Steve s project work included overseeing the development of the project and no-project contours, population counts, quantifying noise impacts, report preparation, and presenting the results to the Airport commission.
11 Steven R. Alverson Page 5 Sacramento County Airport System On-Call Noise Support. Project Manager / Noise Specialist. Steve Alverson has continuously provided aviation noise consulting services to the Sacramento County Airports System since His work for the Airport System has covered a wide range of services including but not limited to noise office staff training; litigation support; noise contour development for all five system airports; aircraft noise measurements; noise and operations monitoring system design, acquisition and installation; public meeting facilitation; presentations to the Board of Supervisors; acting airport noise officer; and compatible land use planning. Mather Airport Continuous Decent Approach. Technical Analysis. Conducted a thorough review of the noise measurements related to the continuous decent approach (CDA) at Mather Airport. Compared CDA and non-cda noise events and reached conclusions regarding the effectiveness of the CDA at four long-term measurement sites. Prepared a report describing the analysis and results. Mather Airport Aircraft Noise Overflight Working Group. Facilitator. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson served as the independent facilitator of the Mather Airport Aircraft Overflight Working Group that met every other week for a period of nearly two years. The group was composed of a diverse set of interests including affected residents, air cargo operators, air traffic control personnel, elected officials, and Sacramento County Airport System Staff. The Working Group developed 33 recommendations of which 30 were adopted by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors for implementation. Airport System staff have been working to implement many of the recommended measures including the Continuous Descent Approach (CDA) the first CDA in the United States. Fairbanks International Airport 1996 and 2001 Noise Contour Development. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson was responsible for preparing the noise element of the Runway 19R extension EA. The study quantified the noise existing and future noise exposure with and without the runway extension. The primary issue was noise exposure from the start of takeoff roll. Mr. Alverson presented the results to the Fairbanks Planning Commission. The EA was approved by the FAA and the extension was constructed. Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport ANOMS Design, Acquisition, and Installation. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson managed the design, acquisition, and installation for the State of Alaska s Noise and Flight Track Monitoring System at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) in Anchorage, Alaska. West Coast ANOMS Technical Support. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports and prior to the sale of ANOMS to Lochard, Mr. Alverson was the West Coast Manager of ANOMS Technical Support for five years. During that time, he was responsible for the support of 12 ANOMS installations including eight at California airports.
12 Steven R. Alverson Page 6 Port of Portland, Hillsboro Airport Noise Assistance, Project Manager. ESA Airports prepared an "Airport Noise 101" presentation for the surrounding community and the HIO users to help them develop a better understanding of the regulations related to aircraft noise and the roles each has to play in minimizing aircraft noise impacts. ESA facilitated a special community meeting focused on aircraft noise issues and had a primary role in addressing aircraft noise issues during an airport master plan update Project Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting. ESA also conducted a peer review of another consultant's noise modeling work and reviewed the Port's measured aircraft noise levels. San Diego International Airport Master Plan. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson was responsible for preparing the noise element of the San Diego International Airport Master Plan. Mr. Alverson oversaw the quantification of the noise exposure of existing and future operations with and with the proposed master plan improvements. The noise element quantified the impacts associated with the Master Plan alternatives, which allowed the decision makers to make informed decisions regarding the noise consequences of each alternative. San Diego International Airport Noise Monitoring System Design. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson managed the preparation of the technical specifications for a replacement noise and operations monitoring system at San Diego International Airport. He assisted the client in determining required system capabilities, performed aircraft noise measurements at potential new noise monitor sites, recommended the deletion and addition of permanent noise monitor sites, prepared the bid documents, made presentations to the Airport Noise Advisory Committee, and assisted with vendor selection. San Diego International Airport On-Call Consulting. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson provided on-call noise consulting services to the airport. He oversaw the preparation of annual noise contours, trained noise office staff, evaluated the performance of the aircraft noise and operations monitoring system, and made presentations to the Airport Noise Advisory Committee. Reid-Hillview Airport Noise and Flight Track Monitoring System Design and Technical Specifications. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA Airports, Mr. Alverson managed the design and development of technical specifications for a noise and flight track monitoring system at Reid-Hillview Airport in Santa Clara County, California. San Francisco International Airport Noise Monitoring System Design. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson managed the preparation of the technical specifications for a new aircraft noise and operations monitoring system at San Francisco International Airport. He assisted the client in determining required system capabilities, prepared the bid documents, met with FAA regarding funding, and assisted with vendor selection.
13 Steven R. Alverson Page 7 San Francisco International Airport Noise Metric/Single Event Limit Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson prepared study to evaluate aircraft noise metrics and the use of a single event limit to identify aircraft operations that could be annoying to the community. The study evaluated the available noise metrics and recommended several for use by the airport noise office in the regular reports. The study also identified single event limits the airport staff could use to identify high-end noise events that may need further examination. Mr. Alverson prepared the technical report and presented the results to the San Francisco Airport Community Roundtable. San Francisco International Airport Low Frequency Noise Supplemental Study. Airport/Community Roundtable Participant. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson prepared a study examining the effects of low frequency noise on residences near the start of takeoff roll on Runways 01L and 01R at San Francisco International Airport. The study determined levels at which interior surfaces of homes would be perceptibly excited by low frequency noise from aircraft departures. The study allowed airport noise office staff to identify events that may have the potential for low frequency noise caused community concerns. Mr. Alverson presented the results to the San Francisco Airport Community Roundtable. Portland International Airport Ground Run-up Enclosure Facility Evaluation, Siting, and Design Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson managed the effort to evaluate, site, and design a Ground Run-up Enclosure (GRE) to meet the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality noise regulations for industrial noise sources. Met with Port and DEQ staff, gave presentations to the GRE subcommittee of the Citizens Noise Advisory Committee, oversaw technical work, prepared bid documents, assisted with GRE vendor selection, reviewed acceptance testing results, and successfully defended the Port against a vendor protest. The GRE has been extremely successful both in terms of a noise reducing facility with a higher than expected level of use as well as a very positive public reaction to its effectiveness. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Preparation of Annual DNL Contours. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson oversaw the development of annual Day-Night Level Contours for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The effort included data collection and analysis, noise model run development, contour production, and technical report. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Noise Element for the SASA EIS. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson oversaw the preparation of the aircraft noise element of the South Aviation Support Area Environmental Impact Statement. The analysis included noise from aircraft in flight, noise from taxiing aircraft, and noise from ground run-up operations. Prepared the text of the noise element in the SASA EIS.
14 Steven R. Alverson Page 8 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Ground Runup Enclosure Feasibility Study Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson oversaw the analysis of the feasibility of siting a Ground Run-up Enclosure at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The study considered where the GRE could be sited, how the GRE should be oriented, the acoustical effectiveness of the facility, and the estimated cost of constructing the GRE. Oversaw noise measurements of controlled ground run-ups at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport by Alaska Airlines. Oversaw the development of the technical report and presented the results to Port of Seattle staff in a PowerPoint presentation. Los Angeles World Airports Aircraft Ground Noise Barrier Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson oversaw the preparation of a noise barrier feasibility study for the south boundary of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The study assessed the potential effectiveness of the barrier to reduce noise from aircraft ground operations including taxiing, engine run-ups, and auxiliary power unit usage. Oversaw noise measurements along the south boundary of LAX, ground noise modeling, report preparation, and made public presentations of the study results. The study determined that noise from airborne aircraft was the dominate noise source and the barrier would significantly reduce noise from aircraft ground operations. San Antonio International Airport Noise Monitoring System Design. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson managed the preparation of the technical specifications for a new aircraft noise and operations monitoring system at San Antonio International Airport. He assisted the client in determining required system capabilities, identified potential noise monitoring sites, prepared the bid documents, and assisted with vendor selection. Sun Valley Airport APU Ground Noise Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson managed the analysis of the noise exposure from aircraft auxiliary power units (APUs) at residences across the street from the fixed based operation (FBO) at Sun Valley Airport in Hailey, Idaho. The study recommended alternative noise mitigation measures for implementation by the FBO. He oversaw a similar noise analysis for a relocated FBO to determine if the new site would create similar problems. Santa Monica Airport Noise Barrier Feasibility Study. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Alverson examined the feasibility of locating noise barriers at the takeoff end the runway at Santa Monica Airport to reduce noise from aircraft pre-takeoff run-ups. Examined issues related to the FAR Part 77 surfaces, aircraft noise exposure, and the potential for noise reduction. Prepared a technical report for the City documenting the analysis.
15 Steven R. Alverson Page 9 Expert Testimony F. E. Trotter, et al. v. The Department of the Navy, et al. (1987). Expert Testimony. Testified regarding alleged noise taking near Barber s Point Naval Air Station, Ewa, Hawaii. Minnesota Environmental Quality Board, Final EIS Public Hearings (1998). Expert Testimony. Testified on issues of low-frequency aircraft noise from a proposed new runway at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sacramento County Board of Supervisors (2003). Expert Testimony. Testified several times on topics including the Mather Airport Overflight Committee, the Mather VHF omnirange (VOR) distance-measuring equipment (DME) approach test, an Overview of Airport Community Roundtables, and Airport Land Use Planning Initiatives Sacramento, California. Litigation Support Cory, Zikes and Gladden v. The County of Sacramento, et al. ( ). Litigation Support. Quantified aircraft noise exposure in the vicinity of Sacramento Metropolitan Airport, Sacramento, California, relative to alleged taking. Mark S. Farvo, et al. v. The Port of Seattle ( ). Litigation Support. Quantified aircraft noise exposure in the vicinity of Seattle Tacoma International Airport, Seattle, Washington, relative to class certification. Blaustein v. Clark County Nevada ( ). Litigation Support. Quantified aircraft noise exposure in the vicinity of Las Vegas International Airport, Nevada, relative to alleged taking. Hsu v. Clark County, Nevada ( ). Litigation Support. Quantified aircraft noise exposure in the vicinity of Las Vegas International Airport, Nevada, relative to alleged taking.
16 RON SEYMOUR Project Manager Mr. Seymour has 16 years of extensive aviation experience covering a broad range of aviation planning and environmental studies throughout the United States. His primary areas of expertise include FAR Part 150 noise and land use compatibility planning studies, aircraft noise measurements, noise and flight track monitoring system design and implementation, public involvement process design and implementation, and general airport planning. He has participated in or managed six FAR Part 150 studies. As the Airport Noise Officer at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, he managed one of the largest FAR Part 150 Studies in the country. Mr. Seymour has led over 11 airport noise studies for ESA Airports in the past two years. He has prepared or directed the preparation of aircraft noise contours for 11 airports using the INM Versions 5.0 through 7.0. He attended Harris Miller Miller and Hanson s INM training course. He has conducted or directed 20 aircraft noise measurement assignments. Education B.S., Aviation Management, Florida Institute of Technology Industry Training Harris Miller Miller and Hanson Inc. s INM Training Course Relevant Experience Austin-Bergstrom International Airport FAR Part 150 Study Update. Project Manager. Managing all aspects of the FAR Part 150 Study update for the Airport. Critical elements of the Study include establishing a noise mitigation program that continues the implementation of the existing program and allows for additional programs, as well as addressing the increasing operations from low cost carriers entering the market in Austin. Mr. Seymour has played an integral role in facilitating Technical Advisory Committee meetings and public presentations. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Project Manager. Managed the preparation of a FAR Part 150 Study while employed by the Airport. Establishing relationships with communities in litigation with the Airport and managing expectations to create a realistic and attainable Noise Compatibility Program (NCP) were crucial to the success of the Study. Mr. Seymour worked with communities and Air Traffic Control on airspace issues surrounding flight patterns in the Puget Sound Region, clarifying the financial implications and funding sources for the programs, and established an implementation strategy to achieve the desired results within a reasonable time frame. This FAR Part 150 Study was one of the largest of its kind ever undertaken in the US, and one of the most controversial due to the ongoing construction of an additional runway at the Airport. The Study was approved and the developed programs are currently being implemented. Lambert-St. Louis International Airport FAR Part 150 Noise Mitigation Program. On-Site Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Seymour managed the FAR Part 150 Study. He established working relationships with local citizens and communities; coordinated the Study efforts with consulting firms who were conducting both a Master Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) concurrently, and coordinated the efforts of the Part 150 team to ensure the development of a realistic and attainable noise compatibility program.
17 Ron Seymour Page 2 March Joint Powers Authority On-Call Consultant. Project Manager. Mr. Seymour is managing the noise analysis portion of all projects as part of the on-call contract. Critical tasks under this project include development of contours for environmental documentation of new nighttime air cargo service at the Airport as well as preparing presentations on noise issues for the March Joint Powers Authority Commission. San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport Runway 11 Extension. Analyst. Supported NEPA documentation associated with the extension of the main air carrier runway. Mr. Seymour led the noise analysis portion of the Study by overseeing the noise analysis and documenting the findings. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Noise and Flight Track Monitoring System Design and Procurement. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Seymour managed a team of consultants and vendors to design a flight track monitoring system that would meet the operational needs of the Noise Abatement Office and remain attainable from a capital expenditure standpoint. System designs included establishing software capabilities, coordination with the FAA for access to all regional airspace data, identified the sites for noise monitoring stations, and directed factory testing of all hardware and software to ensure functionality. The completed system is highly specialized and has been crucial in aiding Noise Abatement Office staff to better understand airport operations and flight procedures. Denver International Airport Noise Office Review. Project Manager. Led the review of the operation of Denver International Airport s Airport Noise Abatement Office (ANAO). The goal of the review was to determine if the ANAO is operating as efficiently as possible. Working with the Manager of Planning and Noise, ESA Airport conducted a comprehensive review of the function of the ANAO and the relevancy of the assignments completed by staff. DeLand Municipal Airport Noise Study. Project Manager. Managed the Noise Study for DeLand Municipal Airport. DeLand Municipal Airport presented unique challenges because it is a non-towered airport that has a large concentration of flight training coexisting with the designation of DeLand as the skydiving capital of North America. Key components of the Study included the development of existing and future contours, an analysis of existing flight procedures and voluntary noise abatement programs, and identifying recommendations the Airport should consider to further develop their noise abatement programs. DeKalb Peachtree Airport Departure Procedure Noise Analysis. Project Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Seymour managed the noise analysis portion of the Environmental Assessment (EA) in Atlanta, Georgia. The proposed project would implement a new noise abatement departure procedure. The highly publicized Study consisted of noise contour development and a grid point analysis to identify areas where the procedure would be beneficial and those areas where it would be unfavorable.
18 Ron Seymour Page 3 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) Noise Contour Update. Project Manager. Every two years, Sea-Tac is required to update its contours to satisfy a stipulated agreement that resulted from litigation. Mr. Seymour managed the most recent noise contour update effort at the Airport. Contour updates were generated for the existing conditions using the most current version of INM, as well as INM 5.0 to meet the terms required by the stipulated agreement. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Comprehensive Development Plan EA/EIS. Project Manager. Managed the noise analysis portions of the two environmental studies. The comprehensive development plan (CDP) takes a comprehensive look at the proposed development plan over the next 20 years. The documents will satisfy the requirements of NEPA and the State of Washington. The noise analysis included the development of noise contours and a detailed grid point analysis to address both NEPA and SEPA requirements. Los Angeles World Airports Technical Oversight for the ANOMS 8 Installation. Deputy Project Manager. Assisting with the Technical Oversight for the ANOMS 8 Installation at Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). Mr. Seymour facilitates communication among airport staff and the consulting teams by participating in biweekly project team meetings. He reviews the vendor s installation schedule, provides guidance to LAWA on system installation issues, and provides quality control and assurance by verifying that the system is being installed according to LAWA s technical specifications. Port of Portland ANOMS Update. Deputy Project Manager. Assisting the Port with the development of specifications, selection of vendor, and implementation of a new Noise and Operations Monitoring System (NOMS). Specifications were developed to ensure incorporation of all the elements needed by the Port to maintain oversight of their noise abatement program. Currently assisting in the NOMS implementation by providing installation oversight and system testing. McGhee Tyson Airport Master Plan Environmental Overview. Project Manager. Mr. Seymour developed the Environmental Overview analysis for the most recent Master Plan at McGhee Tyson Airport. This included the development of noise contours and identification of potential noise impacts from the proposed master plan developments. The Environmental Overview identified all potential environmental impacts associated with the proposed development.
19 LINDSAY M. BAUMAISTER Aircraft Noise Modeler / Technical Analyst Ms. Baumaister has been involved in a variety of transportation and environmental studies throughout the United States including nine FAR Part 150 studies. Her primary area of expertise is in airport and highwayrelated noise and air quality assessments. Ms. Baumaister is an expert in the use of the Federal Aviation Administration s (FAA s) Integrated Noise Model (INM) for airport noise assessments and the Traffic Noise Model (TNM) for highway traffic noise/noise barrier assessments. Her experience with the computer simulation of air quality impacts includes use of the FAA/Air Force Emission and Dispersion Modeling System (EDMS). She has prepared aircraft noise contours for over 20 airports using INM Versions 6.0b through 7.0. She attended Harris Miller Miller and Hanson s INM training course and has trained other consultants in the use of the INM. She is a member of FAA s Aviation Environmental Design Tool (AEDT) Design Review Group, which is developing the next generation of the FAA s aircraft noise and air quality modeling tools. Ms. Baumaister has conducted over 15 airport and highway noise measurement assignments. Education B.S., Environmental Science, University of South Florida Professional Affiliations National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) FAA AEDT Design Review Group Industry Training Harris Miller Miller and Hanson Inc. s INM Training Course Relevant Experience Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Deputy Project Manager. Ms. Baumaister provided technical support in the preparation of a FAR Part 150 Study at ATL, the busiest airport in the world for both aircraft operations and passengers. Ms. Baumaister compiled and developed existing and future aircraft operations, fleet mixes, and flight tracks using data from the Airport s Noise and Operations Monitoring System (NOMS). She developed the noise contours for the NEMs and provided public involvement support. She directed noise modeling efforts for multiple heading scenarios, quantified and incorporated client comments. Assisted in the noise modeling of effects of Pre-RNAV scenario versus full-rnav scenarios at the airport. Craig Municipal Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Deputy Project Manager. The study assessed the existing noise abatement measures to determine their effectiveness and recommend operational enhancements to improve the current procedures. Prepared and developed noise contours using the INM and participated in public involvement. Participated in public meetings and met with airport management, operations, and air traffic control personnel. Orlando Executive Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Deputy Project Manager. Compiled data for existing and future aircraft operations, fleet mixes, flight tracks and the development of noise contours in the INM. This analysis included the processing of several months of flight strips received from the control tower. Ms. Baumaister was also involved in preparing extensive land use documentation and public involvement.
20 Lindsay M. Baumaister Page 2 Hilton Head Island Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Technical Analyst. Ms. Baumaister is supporting the study at this general aviation airport. She developed the aircraft noise contours for the NEMs. She has prepared materials and analysis for inclusion in the study and has supported the public workshops. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport FAR Part 150 Study Update. Technical Analyst. ESA Airports is preparing an FAR Part 150 Airport Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study for Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The Ms. Baumaister performed the noise modeling used to develop the NEMs. Ms. Baumaister also supported the preparation of materials and analyses for the report, public workshops, meetings, and public hearings. Collin County Regional Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Technical Analyst. Collin County Regional Airport in McKinney, Texas is a general aviation reliever to the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport (DFW). Ms. Baumaister role in the study was the preparation and development of the noise contours using the INM. Columbia Metropolitan Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Technical Analyst. Prepared and developed the noise contours in the NEMs using INM. This analysis included the effects of daily helicopter operations on the noise environment in the airport vicinity. Orlando Sanford International Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Technical Analyst. Developed noise contours, rectified noise contours to the basemap, prepared extensive land use documentation, and public involvement. Lake Charles Regional Airport Federal Aviation Regulation FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Technical Analyst. Input/prepared noise contours for the NEMs using INM. Oakland Intl Airport Instrument Landing System EA. Noise Modeler. Collected aircraft flight track data and utilized the INM files from the Airport Master Plan to prepare noise sections of NEPA documentation for the installation of a new ILS and MALSR for Runway 27L. Utilized existing noise modeling runs to develop contours for NEPA documentation. Completed the draft noise analysis. St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport New Parallel Runway EA. Project Coordinator. Preparing noise analysis including alternative noise metrics, airspace evaluations, flight training corridor analysis, nighttime operation analyses, and ground noise engine runup noise. She has met with airport staff and provided oversight of subconsultants.
21 Lindsay M. Baumaister Page 3 Wright Amendment Noise Analysis. Technical Analyst. Assisted in quantifying the change in aircraft noise exposure that would result at Dallas-Love Field from the repeal of the Wright Amendment. Responsible for forecasting changes in aircraft fleet mix and operations, development of noise contours, analyzing the change in noise exposure, and report preparation. Utilized noise modeling runs prepared by another firm to develop the contours for the analysis. Miami-Dade Aviation Department Acoustical Engineering Services. Technical Analyst. Prepared a GIS database for noise sensitive sites, including schools, churches, hospitals and parks within the airport s 65 DNL contour at Opa-Locka Airport. Developed noise materials for the public workshops and public hearings related to the Kendall Tamiami EA. San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport Runway 11 Extension. Technical Analyst. Prepared the aircraft noise contours for the NEPA documentation associated with the proposed runway extension. Chicago O'Hare International Airport Modernization Program EIS. Technical Analyst. Assisted in the preparation of noise and air quality analyses for the multibillion-dollar expansion of the world s second busiest airport. Sacramento County Airport System On-call Noise Support. Technical Analyst. Provided noise modeling and analysis as needed for airport land use updates and ongoing efforts at Sacramento International, McClellan, and Sacramento Executive Airports. DeKalb Peachtree Airport Departure Procedure EA Noise Analysis. Technical Analyst. ESA is currently involved in noise portion of the Environmental Assessment (EA) to implement a new noise abatement departure procedure. Ms. Baumaister s role in this study is the development of noise contours and a grid point analysis to identify areas where the procedure would be beneficial and those areas where it would be unfavorable. Orlando International Airport Public Schools Noise Analysis. Technical Analyst. Analyzed noise to determine Lmax and Time Above (TA) levels for existing and proposed schools within the vicinity of Orlando International and Orlando Executive Airports. The analysis focused on the aircraft which produced the highest predicted levels. Southwest Florida International Airport Master Plan/Environmental Assessment, Ft. Myers, Florida. Technical Analyst. The results of this study were used to establish/confirm the airport overlay zones used in Lee County s Comprehensive Plan.
22 MICHAEL E. ALBERTS Airport Noise Specialist Michael Alberts has 14 years of aviation noise and land use planning experience at air carrier and general aviation airports throughout the United States. Mr. Alberts has been responsible for a wide array of aviation noise abatement and mitigation studies including 12 FAR Part 150 studies for air carrier and general aviation airports that involved aircraft noise modeling, operational noise abatement flight procedures, airspace utilization, aircraft performance characteristics, and off-airport land use compatibility initiatives. Mr. Alberts is an expert in the use of the Federal Aviation Administration s Integrated Noise Model (INM) as well as the Federal Highway Administration s Traffic Noise Model (TNM). Mr. Alberts has prepared or directed the preparation of aircraft noise contours for 23 airports using the INM Versions 6.0a through Version 7.0. He has conducted or directed 11 aircraft noise measurement assignments. Education B.A., Geography, University of South Florida Professional Certifications Certificate of Training Federal Highway Administration Traffic Noise Model 1.0b Florida Department of Transportation Environmental Management Office Certificate of Completion - Traffic Noise Analysis Course Relevant Experience Hilton Head Island Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Project Manager. Mr. Alberts is currently managing the FAR Part 150 study at this general aviation island resort airport. Duties associated with this project include developing noise abatement options, portable noise monitoring, coordination with county land use planning officials, developing noise abatement alternatives, and presentations to the Community Relations Committee and Airport Advisory Board. The study is being conducted concurrent with the airport master plan. Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Technical Analyst. Provided technical support for various projects at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport over the past five years. These projects have included FAR Part 150 study, noise history, noise sensitive site monitoring program, air pollutant database, air quality history, Concourse E expansion, and landside access air quality. Southwest Florida International Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study, Ft. Myers, Florida. Project Manager. Managed the Part 150 study that included noise analysis associated with a planned second runway at the facility. The study involved using DNL along with and a number of supplemental noise metrics in developing an aircraft noise overlay zone surrounding the Airport. Columbia Metropolitan Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Project Manager - Operations Element. Compiled existing and future aircraft operations, fleet mixes, and flight tracks used in the INM analysis. The study involved significant correspondence with nighttime cargo operators at the airport in developing operational noise mitigation procedures to reduce aviation noise impacts on the communities surrounding the airport.
23 Michael Alberts Page 2 Lake Charles Regional Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Deputy Project Manager. Compiled existing and future aircraft operations, fleet mixes, and flight tracks used in the INM analysis. The study involved working with Parish and City officials in preparing land use overlay zones in the effort to promote long term land use compatibility surrounding the airport. Collin County Regional Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Technical Analyst. Mr. Alberts assisted in the portable noise monitoring effort for the FAR Part 150 Study for the Collin County Regional Airport in McKinney, Texas a general aviation reliever to the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport (DFW). The study was completed in early Orlando Sanford International Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Project Manager. Developed aircraft noise exposure contours using the INM, conducted portable noise monitoring, coordinated with county land use planning officials, and coordinated the study through the Sanford Aviation Noise Abatement Committee. Since 2001, the airport has been one of the fastest growing airports in the United States with over 350,000 annual aircraft operations. Orlando Sanford International Airport FAR Part 150 Noise Exposure Map Update. Project Manager. Prepared updated Noise Exposure Maps as part of the airport's ongoing noise abatement program. Prepared an amendment of the airport s Noise Compatibility Program based on the updated Noise Exposure Maps. Orlando Sanford International Airport Environmental Assessment. Task Leader. Prepared the noise analysis for the EA for the introduction of the Airbus A330 aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport. The airport is served by scheduled international service and is home to the Delta Aviation Academy. Tallahassee Regional Airport FAR Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. Technical Analyst. Mapping and analyzing land uses as well as evaluating noise impacts to the airport and surrounding areas. This information aided the City of Tallahassee in choosing appropriate actions in terms of land use compatibility both on and off of the airport. Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport Runway Extension Environmental Assessment, Miami, Florida. Project Manager. Managed the study and prepared the noise analysis for the major runway extension at this reliever to Miami International Airport. The study included extensive coordination with Federal, state and local regulatory agencies. This fast-track EA was prepared within a 12 month timeframe. The EA received a FONSI on January 2007.
24 Michael Alberts Page 3 Miami International Airport Operational Noise Mitigation Procedures Environmental Assessment. Deputy Project Manager. Determined the impacts and managed the GIS systems in the evaluation and quantification of population and land use impacts associated with six operational noise mitigation procedures for future years 2005 and Opa-locka Executive Airport Noise Monitor Site Selection Study. Project Manager. The Miami-Dade Aviation Department has implemented an ANOMS for use at its airport facilities. Currently associated with the system are 19 permanent noise monitors located in areas affected by aircraft flyovers into and out of MIA. The study identified the location of 18 candidate sites for the placement of six new monitors in the vicinity of Opa-locka Airport. Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Regional Transportation Plan Update Program Environmental Impact Report Aviation Noise Element. Noise Contour Development Task Leader. The update is a long-range regional transportation plan that provides the blueprint for future improvements based on specific transportation goals and policies for the next 25 years. The plan includes the management of existing and proposed transportation systems and travel demand in a six-county region with a population of more than 15 million that included the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura, San Bernardino and Imperial. The aviation component analyzed five different aviation scenarios involving 12 area airports to determine how the change in activity could affect compatibility with adjacent land. Miami International Airport Noise Monitor Site Selection Study. Deputy Project Manager. In determining the potential sites for the 20 monitors, various parameters were identified such as the location of existing and future aircraft flight corridors, the existing and future 65 DNL noise contours, locations of historic noise complaints, minimal background noise levels, security of the location, and the use of property owned by Miami-Dade County. Miami International Airport (MIA) Runway 27 Environmental and Noise Analysis. Deputy Project Manager. Led the noise analysis and quantified the noise impacts associated with the elimination of the existing 1,270 foot threshold displacement on Runway 27 and re-establish the End-of-Runway (EOR) threshold at MIA. The elimination of the displacement of the landing threshold for Runway 27 was needed to reduce or eliminate extensive penetrations to the Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) approach landing surfaces. Hernando County Airport Land Use Compatibility Review, Brooksville, Florida. Project Coordinator. Compiled and examined existing information on the current land uses at and around the airport, and evaluated potential future land uses as well. Mr. Alberts work assisted the airport in assessing their present day land uses and aided their decision making in future land uses.
25 MONICA R. NEWHOUSE Managing Associate Ms. Newhouse brings over 12 years of experience as an airport environmental noise specialist and airport planner. Ms. Newhouse was previously the Manager of Airport Planning and Environment for the Sacramento County Airport System (SCAS) where she oversaw their $7 million planning and environmental budget responsible for the Sacramento International Airport, Sacramento Executive Airport, Mather Airport, Franklin Field and McClellan Airport. Prior to that position, she served for three years as SCAS Airport Noise Program Manager. Prior to SCAS, Ms. Newhouse worked at Landrum and Brown where she was project manager and lead noise modeler for the Greater Rockford Airport FAR Part 150 Study. Ms. Newhouse has prepared or directed the preparation of aircraft noise contours for nine airports using the INM Versions 5.1 through Version 7.0. She has conducted or directed 12 aircraft noise measurement assignments. She attended Landrum and Brown s INM Training Course and trained the SCAS Noise Program staff in the use of INM. Education Master of Business Administration, 2003, Specialization in Information Decision Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago B.S., 1997, Aerospace and Computer Information Systems, Middle Tennessee State University Professional Affiliations Airports Council Int l Environmental Affairs Committee -Steering Committee Member -Chair, Land Use Working Group Member -Noise Working Group Member Presentations International Right-of-Way Association(IRWA) 53rd Annual Conference Sacramento, California -Airport Land Use Compatibility University of California Davis 22nd Annual UC Symposium on Aviation Noise and Air Quality, San Francisco -Presentation on Airport Land Use Compatibility Planning Relevant Experience Sacramento County Airport System Planning and Environment (SCAS). Airport Planning and Environment Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse developed and administered the Airport System s Capital Improvement Program (four airports), reviewed and implemented Federal, State, and local regulations governing airport use and reports violations to proper authorities; monitored the Airport System s compliance with various Federal, State, and local regulations and standards, acted as department liaison with airlines, fixed base operators, other airports users and tenants, Federal and State agencies, and the public regarding problems, complaints, and inquiries involving the airport and its operating procedures; She acted as project manager over the more complex, technical, or political projects; overseeing the progress of all related Airport System projects; serve as Airport System representative for the Sacramento County and City of Sacramento General Plan Updates and Sacramento Area Council of Governments for Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan Updates. Sacramento County Airport System (SCAS). Airport Noise Program Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse Coordinated with aircraft operators and FAA air traffic control personnel to encourage quiet flying techniques, while maintaining a safe and efficient air traffic system. She implemented a series of airport land use compatibility initiatives containing the requirement of an aviation easement for all new residential development in areas where large aircraft regularly fly below 3,000 feet above ground level and was responsible for development and maintenance of the $3.5 million SCAS Marketing Division budget. Sacramento Mather Airport, CA. Airport Planning and Environment Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse managed the Corporate Hangar Development Master Plan for Mather Airport. She also managed the NEPA/CEQA preparation for Master Plan Update and provided environmental compliance support to the California Capital Air show.
26 Monica R. Newhouse Page 2 Presentations (Cont d.) Aviation and Environment Summit 2006 Geneva, Switzerland -Continuous Descent Approach at Mather Airport California Airport Managers Forum, Sacramento, California -Innovative Uses of Aircraft Noise Monitoring Systems Lochard User Forum, Miami, Florida -Aircraft Noise Monitoring for Airport Systems Industry Training Landrum and Brown INM Training Course Incident Management System (NIMS) /Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) /Incident Command System (ICS) Training Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services Main Event Management Institute Basic Course in ModelNetics Sacramento County Supervisor Training - 13 classes covering diverse aspects of supervision American Management Association - Effective Presentation Skills Course American Association of Airport Executives - Advanced Airport Operations and Safety Specialist School Sacramento International Airport, CA. Airport Noise Program Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse was the Airport Land Use Compatibility Planning Lead for Sacramento County and City of Sacramento General Plan Updates. She was also the project manager for the ANOMS 8 installation at Sacramento International Airport which includes support for SMF, MHR, SAC, MCC, and F72. She oversaw the biweekly project team meetings, reviewed Lochard s installation schedule, and ensured compliance with technical specifications and airport needs. Sacramento International Airport, CA. Airport Planning and Environment Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse managed the environmental compliance associated with the Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency Levee Improvement Plan. She managed the airport s buffer land use conversion in compliance with both Federal and State environmental regulations. She oversaw the final preparation of the airport s Wildlife Hazard Management and Resource Management Plans, initiated the preparation of the Sanitary Sewer Management Plan, and provided support to the preparation of the Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Report for the airport s Master Plan Update. She also developed International Airport s aircraft noise website incorporating noise abatement techniques and practices for aircraft operators as well as information for the public Sacramento Executive Airport, CA. Airport Planning and Environment Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse managed the Master Plan Update, Noise Restriction Management and Enforcement and was the Sacramento Executive Master Plan Noise Element Lead. Sacramento Executive Airport, CA. Airport Noise Program Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse developed Executive Airport s aircraft noise website incorporating noise abatement techniques and practices for aircraft operators and also information for the public Franklin Field, Sacramento, CA. Airport Planning and Environment Manager. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse managed the Master Plan Update and hangar development plans for Franklin Field. Sacramento McClellan Airfield, CA. Project Manager/ Noise Specialist. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse developed and published helicopter operational procedures for McClellan Airfield. She also developed aircraft ground run up and logging procedures for the maintenance operators at the airport. She served as project manager for Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan Update and worked with the Sacramento Area Council of Governments developing the project scope and public/jurisdictional outreach plans. Tulip City Airport, Holland, MI. Noise Specialist. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse developed the annual Day-Night Average Sound Level Noise Contours for the Master Plan Update Environmental Assessment. The effort included data collection and analysis, noise model run development, contour production, and technical report preparation.
27 Monica R. Newhouse Page 3 Federal Aviation Administration, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia Airspace Redesign. Noise Specialist. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse coordinated site selection and noise measurements for the New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia Airspace Redesign. Chicago O Hare International Airport, World Gateway Program EA. Noise Specialist. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse coordinated site selection and noise monitoring for the Chicago O Hare International World Gateway Project. Chicago O Hare International Airport, 2000 Aircraft Noise Contour Development. Noise Specialist. Prior to Joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse, lead all data collection, analysis, and modeling efforts related to the preparation of the 2000 Aircraft Noise Contour. This contour was used to identify areas for aircraft noise mitigation in both residential neighborhoods and schools. This noise contour included the analysis of 366 days of aircraft operations to calculate average flight tracks for inclusion in the Integrated Noise Model. Chicago O Hare International Airport, IL. Airport Noise Monitoring System Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse conducted the Fly Quiet noise abatement adherence analysis, managed the airport noise monitoring system and aircraft specific runway use evaluations. She also conducted operational trend analysis and was responsible for noise office support, flight track and preferential runway use evaluation, community relations, and provided support to the O Hare Noise Compatibility Commission. Chicago Midway Airport, IL. Airport Noise Monitoring System Manager. Prior to joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse conducted the FMS procedure noise impact analysis, managed the airport noise monitoring system and aircraft specific runway use evaluations. She was responsible for noise office support, flight track and runway use evaluation, community relations, and provided support to the Midway Noise Compatibility Commission. Tennessee Department of Transportation, Aeronautics Division. Aviation Planning Intern. Prior to joining ESA, Ms. Newhouse performed airport state certification inspections, assisted in management of state-owned airpark, assisted in prioritization of state funding for airport improvement projects, and participated in contract management for general aviation airport improvement projects receiving state funding. She also assisted in coordination of the annual Tennessee Airports Conference.
28 Marie S. Keister, APR, AICP Public Involvement Task Manager Public Involvement Advisor, Part 150 Noise Study, Louisville International Airport, Louisville, KY. Designed and advised public involvement efforts for a Noise Compatibility Study, which included stakeholder outreach, an advisory committee, public meetings and proactive media relations. This effort attracted national attention and received several awards for its transparency and inclusiveness. Public Involvement Lead, I-70 Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement, Missouri DOT, Kansas City, MO. Advise public involvement efforts to identify preferred strategies for improving mobility on I-70 through Kansas City. Efforts include one-on-one interviews, public workshops and meetings, charrettes, aggressive media relations and numerous presentations. Public Involvement Lead, I-70 Tier 2 Environmental Impact Statement, Missouri DOT, Columbia, MO. Oversaw public involvement efforts for the Columbia segment of the I-70 Tier 2 Environmental Impact Statement. Efforts included use of a community-based Advisory Group, design charrettes, numerous public meetings and aggressive media relations. Project recognized by Japan s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport as a best practice in public involvement in the U.S. Public Involvement Advisor, Downtown Columbus Streetcar Project, Columbus, OH. Advise public involvement effort and staff communitybased advisory and funding steering committees. Includes aggressive media relations, e-newsletter, Website and public meetings. Facilitator and Public Involvement Lead, I-270/US 33 Northwest Outerbelt, Project Development Process Steps 1-4, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, Columbus, OH. Facilitated a community-based advisory group of stakeholders and oversaw efforts to seek informed input from the public. Included workshops, design charrettes, research, newsletters and media relations. Professional Credentials: B.A., Behavioral Sciences & Communication, The Ohio State University Accredited in public relations by the Public Relations Society of America (APR) Professional planner certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Memberships: Member, American Planning Association Member, Women s Transportation Seminar Member, Public Relations Society of America Former member, International Association of Public Participation Former member, TRB s national Public Involvement Committee DBE Certifications: Ohio Department of Transportation Ohio Department of Administrative Services (EDGE) City of Columbus (FBE) Missouri Department of Transportation
MONTEREY REGIONAL AIRPORT MASTER PLAN TOPICAL QUESTIONS FROM THE PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND TOPICAL RESPONSES Recurring topics emerged in some of the comments and questions raised by members of the
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