A feature article that I’d authored is pending publication in the November-December 2021 edition of Canadian Consulting Engineer. Watch for it!
I’ll be presenting a 2-page paper entitled, “Evolution of the Acoustical Provisions within the Model National Building Code of Canada.” It is available within the Proceedings of the conference and also on Academia: Letters.
As of September 3, 2021, my Alberta PEng has been activated again. Back on track to expand the business into Western Canada!
The cascade of new PE licenses continues with the addition of Florida as the 5th American PE to the resume of Todd Busch. Hoping to leverage this to get more cross border work.
Todd Busch is continuing to seek further PE licenses in the USA and is interested in collaborating with other businesses that may benefit from having access to such a credential.
Please help Todd Busch celebrate his attainment of four professional licenses to be a professional engineer (P.E.) in the American states of California, Nevada, Oregon and Texas along with being a PEng in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and British Columbia.
Todd Busch is now licensed as a professional engineer (PE) in the State of Nevada, USA. Further efforts to expand licensing/registration are under way in Alberta and nine other American states.
The publication, “A Reduced Scale Railway Noise Barrier’s Insertion Loss and Absorption Coefficients: Comparison of Field Measurements and Predictions” by Todd A. Busch, Ramon E. Nugent in the Journal of Sound & Vibration October 2003 has been recognized by the US Federal Transit Administration within their 2018 noise and vibration guideline. The reference substantiates assumptions regarding the performance of railway noise barriers along the right of way.
Please see the June-July 2020 edition of Canadian Consulting Engineer for my latest article on environmental noise and vibration entitled “Acoustical Consulting: Controlling Noise and Vibrations”.
Todd Busch is serving as a member of the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC) working on task groups considering possible changes to the National Building Code of Canada on subjects related to sound transmission, impact insulation, and low-frequency equipment noise within residential occupancies. This is a 5-year appointment which would culminate with the future release of the updated Code in 2025.