Jordan Reniak holds a bachelor’s degree in applied science in mechanical engineering from the University of British Columbia. Jordan has been involved in projects including on-site noise investigations, environmental noise modelling, acoustic performance assessments and noise/vibration impact assessments.
He has performed noise and vibration studies for a wide variety of projects and noise sources. Through conducting on-site measurements and industry standard analysis, he has assessed impact from transportation, construction, industrial, and commercial noise and vibration sources on sensitive receivers in the community and determined treatments and mitigation strategies required based on criteria set for the project.
Jordan has experience with a wide range of acoustic and vibration measurement equipment including Brüel & Kjær analyzers, sound level meters, microphones and the Soundbook multi-channel real-time analyzer.
He has recent experience with outdoor noise propagation modelling using Cadna/A and has used software such as SONarchitect ISO for interior noise ingress calculations and Odeon for modelling and assessing performance spaces.
Jordan is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC) and is currently working towards his designation as a Professional Engineer with APEGBC.