Keith Kimberling specializes in 3D acoustical modeling and simulation, acoustical testing and analysis, vibration testing and analysis, and digital signal analysis and processing.

Keith’s experience includes: making 3D architectural models in AutoCAD and Rhino; 3D acoustical modeling with Sound PLAN, Ease, and Odeon; acoustical STC and IIC analysis of partitions and floor/ceilings; digital signal analysis; time-delay spectrometry using TEF; and room reverberation time and modal analysis using python.

Education: B.S. Cum Laude, Acoustics, Columbia College, Chicago, IL, 2018

Key Skills: Acoustical Design and Analysis, Acoustical and Vibration Testing/Measurement, 3D Acoustic Modeling

Technical Experience

Keith’s experience includes: making 3D architectural models in AutoCAD and Rhino; 3D acoustical modeling with SoundPLAN, Ease, and Odeon; acoustical STC and IIC analysis of partitions and floor/ceilings; digital signal analysis; time-delay spectrometry using TEF; and room reverberation time and modal analysis using python.  He has worked on projects involving testing and measurement, modeling and prediction of room acoustics, and recommendations for vibration and noise mitigation.

Selected Project Experience

SFO Terminal 3 West, San Francisco, CA 3D acoustical modeling to quantify PA system intelligibility

Biosolids Digester Facility Project, San Francisco, CA Indoor and outdoor 3D acoustical modeling to quantify noise impacts

Micron Semiconductor Fab, Boise, ID Providing equipment vibration isolation details

Sierra Point, Brisbane, CA Acoustical modeling & specification of HVAC systems

1450 Owens St, San Francisco, CA Sound transmission modeling & specification of glass façade OITC

Leisure Sports, Lafayette, CA Acoustical modeling of sound source, ceiling transmission and noise disturbance levels in receiver space

NXP Semiconductor Fab, Austin, TX Analyzing building vibration data to drive structural design

Potrero Block-X, San Francisco, CA STC and IIC analysis & modeling of ceiling/soffit designs

Better Market Street, San Francisco, CA Traffic noise modeling and analysis of Market Street corridor for EIR