Kenneth Kaliski, PE, QEP, INCE Bd Cert.

Senior Director

In over 25 years with RSG, Ken has worked in all of RSG’s market areas with a focus on engineering and advanced analytics. His technical specialty is in noise control engineering, where he works on projects such as community noise monitoring and modeling, architectural acoustics, transportation noise, and industrial noise control. He also works on complex modeling projects in the fields of market and energy research.

Ken has been with the company since its founding in 1986 and served for 15 years on its Board of Directors. He has also served on the Board of Directors on the Institute of Noise Control Engineering where he is Board Certified, is certified as a Qualified Environmental Professional through the Institute of Professional Environmental Practice, and is a member of the Acoustical Society of America. He is the co-holder of Patent 7,092,853 for an Environmental Noise Monitoring System.

While away from work, Ken spends his free time skiing, maintaining trails, and traveling with his family.

BE, Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College
BA, Biology modified with Environmental Studies, Dartmouth College

“The Massachusetts Research Study on Wind Turbine Acoustics,” prepared for the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, February 2016.

McCunney, R., K. Mundt, D. Colby, R. Dobie, K. Kaliski, and M. Blais, “Wind Turbines and Health; A Critical Review of the Scientific Literature,” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 56(11) 2014.

Kaliski, K., I. Old, and L. Blomberg. “Sound emissions from a plug-in electric vehicle.” Proceedings of INTER-NOISE 2012 – Institute of Noise Control Engineers, New York, NY, August 2012.

Park, L., S. Lawson, K. Kaliski, P. Newman, and A. Gibson. “Modeling and Mapping Hiker’s Exposure to Transportation Noise in Rocky Mountain National Park.” Park Science Vol. 26-3, Winter 2009-2010.

Kaliski, K., K. Hathaway, and T. Adler. “Assessing the Prevalence of Mining Noise in a Community Using Dichotomous Correlation.” Proceedings of NOISE-CON 2008 – Institute of Noise Control Engineers, Dearborn, MI, July 2008.

Collier, R., and K. Kaliski. “Design of a Quiet Space with an Acoustic Canopy within a Large Reverberant Room.” Proceedings of NOISE-CON 2008 – Institute of Noise Control Engineers, Dearborn, MI, July 2008.