About this event
Acoustic treatments aren’t as closely regulated in Australia as other areas of the construction industry. Especially where mechanical plant equipment screening is concerned.
In this webinar, we aim to challenge your understanding of external acoustic screening, provide you with guidance for future projects and introduce you to the ultimate solution for HVAC&R acoustic walling in Australia.
Who should attend the event?
This webinar is relevant for acoustic engineers, structural engineers, mechanical engineers, and builders such as Hutchinson Builders, ProBuild, LendLease, Coles, Woolworths, Aldi, etc.
You do not need to be an Engineers Australia member to attend.
About the speaker
Nigel Cro, Managing Director at Con-form Group
Launched 20 years ago, Nigel is a founding member and Managing Director at Con-form Group. A family owned and operated business, Nigel’s passion for engineering, innovation and problem-solving has led to the success of Con-form Group today.
Michael Phillips, Founder, Michael Phillips Acoustics
Michael is an acoustic engineer suitably qualified as a Member of the Australian Acoustical Society. With experience across projects of all sizes and disciplines specialising in architectural acoustics, environmental acoustics, product research, development and design, acoustical product testing and corporate training, Michael is a leading acoustical product expert having conducted research in this area and aiding several prominent Australian manufacturers to improve their acoustical systems, product knowledge and technical data sheets.
Michael is an experienced architectural acoustics lecturer and continues to work as a guest lecturer for bachelor level students.
A Master’s Degree in Architectural Science (Audio & Acoustics) from the University of Sydney, an Associate’s Degree in Audio Engineering from JMC Academy, ensures Michael has the knowledge and expertise to solve complex acoustical problems.
Michael's Master's graduate thesis involved researching, developing, and testing scattering surfaces for room acoustic treatments.
With continued exposure to both the professional and academic worlds, Michael is uniquely positioned to apply proven acoustical engineering methods as well as the latest in theoretical acoustic modelling technologies.
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