Mark Bliss

P.Eng., INCE

bliss@bkl.ca

Mark Bliss is a professional engineer and member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE), and holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of British Columbia.

 

Mark has spent much of his career managing environmental impact assessment projects from all types of noise and vibration sources: road, rail, light rail, aircraft, industrial, ports, wind turbine, mining, construction, entertainment, leisure activities (e.g., shooting ranges) and commercial (e.g., mechanical equipment).

 

His knowledge of the health effects of noise, regulations, standards and best practice and practical mitigation options permit him to provide appropriately-focused advice. He has given testimony as an expert witness in BC Supreme Court and has assisted all levels of government in noise policy development.