See Remote Monitoring Demonstrations and Hear Auralizations at the SCUP-47 and Campus Technology Conferences
Today institutions of higher education are utilizing more of Acentech's latest technology on their projects. We invite you to stop by our exhibit booths to see demonstrations of our remote noise and vibration monitoring systems. You'll also have a chance to hear several auralizations. Look for Jeff Fullerton, Wayne Cornell, and Sonya Thorpe in Expo Booth #1031 at the Society of College and University Planning (SCUP-47) Conference July 7-11 in Chicago. The following week Acentech's AV system, experts Ernie Schirmer, Corey Salvatore, and Jason Martinez, will host technology demonstrations at Campus Technology, July 16-19 in Boston, Booth #554.
Project Spotlight: Integrated Sciences Building at University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Consulting to Payette Associates, the 300-seat auditorium is one of the many spaces Acentech consulted on for the 173,000 SF Integrated Sciences Building. Read more about the project.
Learn More: The Risk of Cacophony
A word association game for "library" would probably result in common responses of "quiet" or perhaps "shhh." But what happens to quiet when a library is an open plan space?
Acentech's Ben Markham and architects David Zenk and Christine Vertbitzki of Gund Partnership authored a short article about acoustics for open plan libraries and contemporary design.
Click here to read the full article that was published in Library Journal,
Meet Our Team: Rose Mary Su, Senior Consultant
Rose Mary Su has consulted in acoustics for an array of projects since 2002. She focuses on architectural acoustics with a special interest in mechanical system noise and vibration control. Her recent projects include the New Science and Academic Buildings at Emmanuel College; the Integrated Science Building and Studio Arts Building at University of Massachusetts Amherst, and the Student Center at Clarkson University.
Rose Mary joined Acentech in 2005 and holds a Master of Engineering in Acoustics from Penn State.
If you have questions or comments about acoustics or mechanical systems noise control, feel free to contact Rose Mary.