- Design and Engineering
Troy Gimbel joined Coda in 2011 after working for over 10 years at the prominent Audio-Visual consulting firm Charles M. Salter & Associates. He has over 20 years’ experience in sound design, audio engineering and multimedia production and most notably worked at the San Francisco Opera. His work has been featured on the cover of Sound & Communications magazine and on the Discovery Channel’s Unsolved History TV series. Fully proficient in both AV and IT, he has achieved RCDD (Registered Communications Distribution Designer) designation. Troy has designed audio/visual systems and telecommunication infrastructure for performance arts centers, sports venues, educational, corporate and government facilities. The projects he’s worked on include: Livermore’s Bankhead and Regional Theaters, award-winning Dougherty Valley High School, Sen Spa, Olympic Club, San Jose’s Police Sub Station, Bascom and Seven Trees Libraries, Chevron, Sandia National Laboratories and Genentech.