Chris Sanchez has more than 25 years of experience managing, conducting and monitoring noise, vibration, air quality, greenhouse gas, and energy investigations and surveys for urban development, transportation, and infrastructure projects.
His professional training and experience have augmented an academic background in physics, chemistry, meteorology, air quality and energy. He is proficient in use of the traffic noise model of the Federal Highway Administration and the Roadway Construction Noise Model and is trained and proficient in the Transit Noise and Vibration Impact Assessment methodology of the Federal Transit Administration. He has been involved in dozens of major projects including major commercial airport master plans, divestiture of the State of California’s power plants, mining projects and reclamation plans, rail transit extension projects, and dam construction and improvement projects.
Chris has a bachelor’s degree from U.C. Berkeley in Environmental Science with additional studies in toxic air contaminants.