INCE-USA invites you to attend our first educational webinar, Building Acoustics: Sound Isolation, on Wednesday, July 27. This free webinar features INCE members Felicia Doggett from Metropolitan Acoustics and Ben Davenny from Acentech and is sponsored by National Gypsum.
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This will be a 45-minute presentation with a 15-minute Q&A to close.
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President, CEO, and Founder of Metropolitan Acoustics
As the principal consultant and founder of Metropolitan Acoustics in 1990, Felicia brings 20 years of experience to the firm. Her wide-ranging knowledge in architectural acoustics and noise control is an invaluable resource to her clients. Felicia has been a presenter and panelist at various functions including the April 2010, May 2009, November 2008, and November 2004 meetings of the Acoustical Society of America, the American Institute of Architects conference, Classroom Acoustics' session at the A G Bell convention, and many more. She has also been a guest speaker at Drexel University, Philadelphia University, etc. to familiarize students with acoustic design considerations. Felicia was a Special Awards Judge representing the Acoustical Society of America at the 50th International Science and Engineering Fair. Additionally, she has served as an expert for many court cases involving noise. Doggett is an author of numerous published articles in technical magazines, and one of the founders and current Chair of the Philadelphia Chapter for the Acoustical Society of America.
Benjamin Davenny PE, INCE Bd Cert, EDAC
Principal Consultant, Acentech
Ben Davenny is a seasoned acoustical engineer with over 20 years of project management and consulting experience in the areas of architectural and environmental acoustics, and HVAC noise and vibration control, for a wide range of institutional and commercial building types. He specializes in architectural acoustics design and analysis for healthcare infrastructure including hospitals, medical offices and life science laboratories. Ben has authored several articles on acoustic design for healthcare facilities, and presented on this topic at many healthcare-related conferences. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Acoustics from the University of Hartford, and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University. Ben is a registered Professional Engineer, is INCE Board Certified in Noise Control Engineering, and holds an Evidence Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) from the Center for Health Design. He is an active member of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) and the New England Healthcare's Engineers' Society (NEHES).