CMT would like to welcome Gregory Maxwell, a new environmental specialist in our St. Petersburg, FL office.
Greg is an industry-recognized expert in aviation noise abatement and flight performance analysis who works with airports, airlines, aircraft manufacturers, the community, elected representatives, and the FAA to address aviation noise concerns, and advance aviation in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Prior to joining CMT, he managed aviation noise abatement programs at both Portland (PDX) and Philadelphia (PHL) airports. In addition, he consulted for Boeing’s Airport Community Noise Engineering group, assisting customer airlines, and key airports in developing quieter flight procedures and quantifying the predicted changes in noise, fuel burn, and population overflown.
Greg’s role at CMT is to leverage his aviation noise background to help airports quantify changes in aircraft noise in the dynamic and evolving environment in which they operate. Working in conjunction with CMT’s air quality experts Greg and the team perform complex analysis using the FAA’s Aviation Environmental Design Tool to assess how changes in airport operations affect the environment and the communities around airports.
Greg graduated with his bachelor’s in geography from Sam Houston State University and his master’s in aviation safety from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.