Ben Markham, Architectural Acoustics
Ben brings his passion for music and theater to his acoustics consulting work in room acoustics, sound isolation, and mechanical noise control consulting. His work on performing arts facilities includes the Sala Sinfonica Pablo Casals in Puerto Rico, the Marion D. Campbell Performing Arts Center at Groton, Miller Center for the Arts in Reading, PA, Paramount Theater in Boston, and the educational wing of the Straz Center for the Performing Arts. He has an avid interest in computerized acoustic models and auralization technology (acoustical simulations), and has lectured on acoustics and acoustics modeling at MIT, Syracuse University, Roger Williams University, and Northeastern University. Ben sits on the Board of Trustees of Princeton University’s Triangle Club, an undergraduate theater troupe. He is an amateur saxophone and piano player, and contributes regularly to local community theater in a range of on- and off-stage roles. Ben holds a B.S.E. from Princeton University and an M.S. in architectural acoustics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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