Josh brings a strong passion and enthusiasm for aviation, problem solving, and client service to each of his projects. With a diverse background in terminal and capacity planning, simulation modeling, gate utilization, passenger and baggage security screening, and design day flight schedules, Josh assists clients around the world with innovative and well-rounded solutions to their most complex problems. Josh also brings a deep understanding of the airline industry, including fleet, route network, and technology developments. He provided a technical review and input to IATA’s Airport Development Reference Manual, focusing on the importance derivative design day flight schedules play in the planning process. Josh holds a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering (transportation) from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, magna cum laude, from Washington University in St. Louis.