"I enjoy working with people. Not just clients, but also learning from a wide range of co-workers and their many years of expertise and knowledge. It is quite the privilege to start my career at Acentech among such established and talented people."
James Wiggins is a member of Acentech’s Noise and Vibration group. He performs field measurements and carries out analyses of sound and vibration issues—and their proposed solutions—with a focus on educational facilities and large-scale projects. James’s software and modeling toolbox includes MATLAB, Java, SolidWorks, Autodesk, Powermill and more.
Prior to joining Acentech, James worked as a builder of theater props for a design firm in the NYC metro area. He also studied Japanese for four years, and completed an immersive semester in Chiba, Japan.
- University of Alabama, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
[Completed Graduate Level Vibrations Course]
- Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, J-PAC Program, Spring Semester 2019