Rincon Welcomes New Director of Noise, Air Quality, & Greenhouse Gas

Julie Marshall Portrait

Josh Carman, INCE-USA

Director of Noise, Air Quality, & Greenhouse Gas

“Josh has already been able to hit the ground running, providing technical reviews and helping greatly improve the capacity of the technical services team. He also has a clear vision for ways to further develop the program, working closely with his team.

Rich Daulton, Principal/Vice President 

Josh Carman, INCE-USA, joins us with over 20 years of experience in the field of acoustics and air quality and has participated in the environmental review and monitoring process for a wide variety of projects in California, Washington, Nevada, and New York. His experience includes complex project- and program-level analyses of general plan updates; specific plans; mixed-use development; traffic, transit, and rail; vibration-sensitive; industrial; infrastructure, utilities, and telecommunications; long-term and remote construction noise and vibration monitoring; and underwater construction (e.g., pile driving) projects. Josh brings a wealth of noise, air quality, and greenhouse gas emissions assessment and management experience that will help take our environmental planning technical services department to the next level, and we are excited to welcome him to the Rincon team! 

I am excited to work across practice lines to expand the services Rincon offers and provide high-quality environmental review and acoustical recommendations. I look forward to a bright future with Rincon!

— Josh Carman

Welcome to the Rincon Team, Josh!