Siiri graduated with a Masters degree in Engineering (Landscaping and Environmental Protection) from the University of Rostock in Germany. She worked in Germany for two years in the acoustics section of the TUV Nord Umweltschultz GmbH and was mainly involved with city noise mapping using the computer program LIMA.
After immigrating to New Zealand in 1997, Siiri joined Marshall Day in 1998 and has since worked predominantly in environmental acoustics, specialising in the measurement and assessment of environmental noise, computer noise modelling, traffic, industrial and construction noise assessment, management and mitigation.
Siiri has been involved with the development of a New Zealand road traffic noise standard (NZS 6806) and has presented expert evidence at many Council, Boards of Inquiry, Environment Court, and Arbitration Court hearings, and has been part of Environment Court Mediation.
Qualifications & Memberships
- Masters (Environmental Engineering) (1996)
- Acoustical Society of New Zealand (Member) (Secretary 2000—2008, Treasurer 2008—2010, 2012—current)
- Resource Management Law Association
- New Zealand Association of Impact Assessment