Presentations

Employee Presentations

  • Greg Rosenberg

    Jones Payne’s Greg Rosenberg gave the keynote address at the annual meeting of the Community Land Trust of Western Marin (CLAM).  CLAM is working on the redevelopment of a decommissioned Coast Guard site in Point Reyes Station, and brought Greg to both speak and consultant in regards to sustainable development practices which could serve as a model for the redevelopment of the site.

  • Andrew Walter, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP

    Andrew Walter, Principal of The Jones Payne Group delivered a presentation at the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) Conference in New Orleans, LA in September 2014.  Andrew teamed up with Michelle Thompson, PhD, of WhoData.org and University of New Orleans to speak about the GIS for the People project which aims to demonstrate that GIS services can be sustainably provided to community based organizations at modest cost and low complexity, while still enabling the integration of both internally collected data as well as relevant external datasets.

  • Michael K. Payne, AIA

    The 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board took place in Washington, D.C. in January of 2014.  Michael Payne, President of Jones Payne presented the "ACRP Report 89: Guidelines for Airport Sound Insulation Programs"  to the Aviation Noise Subcommittee.

  • Michael K. Payne, AIA

    The AAAE’s 13th Annual Airport Noise Mitigation Symposium was held in Reno, Nevada in October, 2013.  Michael Payne, AIA presented “Airports Survey: Status of Sound Insulation Programs.

    The purpose was to provide information to airport/program sponsors, consultants and other key stakeholders about the status of ongoing sound insulation programs with respect to: 1. number of structures remaining to be sound insulated; 2. transition activities and timetable for completing programs; and 3. impact of PGL on communities, numbers of structures to be sound insulated and funding requirements.

  • Michael K. Payne, AIA

    The fourth annual AAAE/Quieter Homes Program Sound Insulation Symposium was held in Redonda Beach, California in 2004. Many airport representatives, consultants, manufacturers and contractors who deal with sound insulation programs on a day-to-day basis were at the conference to share their expertise and ideas on how to manage and run successful sound insulation programs.

  • Michael K. Payne, AIA

    The third annual AAAE/Quieter Homes Program Sound Insulation Symposium was held in Williamsburg, Virginia in October 2003. Many airport representatives, consultants, manufacturers and contractors who deal with sound insulation programs on a day-to-day basis were at the conference to share their expertise and ideas on how to manage and run successful sound insulation programs.

    One of the conference workshops examined the various ways that sound insulation programs are structured and implemented as a result of individual program circumstances or conditions that are more typically experienced in programs of this type. This "Best Practice" survey has been designed to elicit information to help inform this discussion, and to more generally promote a sharing of information to help deal with the challenges of these important programs.

  • Michael K. Payne, AIA

    The second annual AAAE/Quieter Homes Program Sound Insulation Symposium was held in Palm Springs, California on October 20-22nd. Many airport representatives, consultants, manufacturers and contractors who deal with sound insulation programs on a day-to-day basis were at the conference to share their expertise and ideas on how to manage and run successful sound insulation programs.

    One of the conference workshops examined the various ways that sound insulation programs are structured and implemented as a result of individual program circumstances or conditions that are more typically experienced in programs of this type. This "Best Practice" survey has been designed to elicit information to help inform this discussion, and to more generally promote a sharing of information to help deal with the challenges of these important programs.