Presentations

Greenbusch consultants have addressed complex acoustical and mechanical engineering studies in presentations that are accessible to both technical and non-technical audiences. Online PDFs of their presentations are available for viewing below.

 

In-Water Noise and Pile Driving
Greenbusch consultants, Adam Jenkins and Justin Morgan, in collaboration with Jennifer Horwitz from Anchor QEA, presented “In-Water Noise and Pile Driving” to the Environmental Technical Committee meeting of the Washington Public Ports Association on March 19, 2015. The presentation included general guidance for permitting in-water work pursuant to ESA and MMPS, approaches to underwater noise monitoring as is sometimes required by such permits, and lessons learned on the Elliott Bay Seawall Replacement Project.

 

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Acoustics Beyond the Science - What will that really sound like?
The Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI) held its annual conference this year in Indianapolis. The theme for the conference was “Raising the Game — A call for Leadership, Creativity and Passion." The traditional teaching model is radically changing and as such the approach acoustically calls for creative solutions to support the new models. Greenbusch President, Julie Wiebusch, INCE, LEED AP, presented "Acoustics Beyond the Science - What will that really sound like?" on September 21st. The audience was primarily architects and educators.

 

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The Benefits and Challenges of Amplification in Classrooms
Greenbusch consultants, Julie Wiebusch and Mark Rogers, presented "The Benefits and Challenges of Amplification in Classrooms" at the CEFPI Washington Chapter Dinner Meeting on October 25th. Their presentation discussed audibility, amplification, and intelligibility and their roles in classroom acoustics and sound systems.

 

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