A key element of acoustics for present-day building or infrastructure design is the environmental “noise study”. We, at Acentech and as an industry, make presentations on…
"I enjoy the unique problems that we get to solve and the variety from day to day. Working on projects ranging from wastewater treatment facility and mechanical vibrations to designing performance spaces and concert halls is a constant excitement."
Jack Briskie has over eight years of experience in noise and vibration consulting for a wide range of project types, from electrical transformer substations to performing arts spaces. His areas of concentration include environmental, mechanical, and industrial noise and vibration assessment and mitigation, as well as structural dynamics evaluations. Jack manages sound and vibration field measurements, monitoring programs and design projects, and has extensive experience in data analysis and modeling.
He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Hartford with a B.S.Eng. degree in Acoustical Engineering and Music. Jack is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Mechanical Engineering.
“My biggest hobby is probably playing Ultimate Frisbee, I usually travel at least a few times a year around the country to tournaments, as well as playing for a local team in the summer.”
- Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE-USA), Member
- Registered Professional Engineer, Mechanical Engineering
- Bachelor of Science, Acoustical Engineering and Music, University of Hartford