Our Team

As a certified small business, MD Acoustics has a well educated and talented staff that is capable of quickly and efficiently turning around projects. MD staff has completed numerous acoustic/vibration studies and evaluations. In addition, MD has conducted and completed many noise/air monitoring studies.

Mike Dickerson, INCE
Principal

Background

Mike Dickerson has a passion for the science of sound and vibration and has worked professionally in acoustical engineering since 2002. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics, emphasizing in acoustics from Brigham Young University in Utah. He is currently a member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineers (INCE). Motivated by professional growth and opportunity, Mr. Dickerson formed his own acoustical engineering firm, MD Acoustics in 2012.

Mr. Dickerson’s versatile experience includes leading and assisting in the design and review of many facets of acoustical engineering and air quality projects, including but not limited to: air/ noise assessments, ceiling/floor assembly design, architectural design, acoustical product design, vibration analysis and noise mitigation strategies.

Prior to starting his own consulting firm, Mr. Dickerson worked for Sony Entertainment, Parsons, and RK Engineering. He has successfully completed over 4,200 acoustical/air quality assessment reports for various engineering companies, municipalities and other agencies (both public and private). His strategic project planning and cost effective management solutions enabled him to excel in the field of Acoustics and project management.

In 2011, Mr. Dickerson was asked to present a paper at the Acoustical Society of America Seattle, Washington Conference on his research and work on noise and vibration in Cockpit Door Modules. MD continues to work closely with many engineering disciplines and provides quality results..

Mr. Dickerson’s relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Oversight of noise and vibration assessments for large and small public and private development
  • Prepare, write and sign over 3,200 technical noise and vibration assessments
  • Participate in business development and marketing efforts including: client maintenance, cost/budget reports, preparation of proposals, monitoring schedules and delivering presentations to clients and public agencies
  • Perform product concepts, testability, and manufacturability assessments. Provide technical support and peer review for cross functioning teams on product development
  • Mentor, train, and oversee work of junior level staff
  • For additional project information see Projects+News

Education

Bachelor of Science – Physics (Acoustics), Brigham Young University

Professional Affiliations

Acoustical Society of America (ASA), Full Member

Institute of Noise Control Engineers (INCE), Full Member

BYU Acoustic Research Group

American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Association of Environmental Planners (AEP), Member

Michael Dickerson Sr, INCE
Principal

Background

Michael Dickerson Sr. has worked in sound, controls, and vibration for 45 years. He has worked professionally in acoustical engineering since 1978. He received his Bachelor’s and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering, from Brigham Young University in Utah. He is currently a member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineers (INCE), International Council of System Engineers (INCOSE), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Acoustical Society of America (ASA) and provides papers and training to the various engineering societies. Mr. Dickerson Sr. continues to successfully build and develop MD Acoustics LLC through marketing and team-building efforts.

Mr. Dickerson’s varied experience started in the working on rocket plume modeling in
the early 1970′ then to the NAVY as a Nuclear Power officer in the Submarine service. After that, the computer industry worked at UNIVAC designing impact printers from a noise and vibration standpoint. The main goal was to successfully design quieter impact printers. He then worked at DataProducts leading a team of engineers to design printers for the “at the time” world’s largest printer manufacturer. During his time at DataProducts he consulted with Bolt Beranek and Newman assisting in the design and review of many facets of acoustical engineering projects. He then moved to the DOD and space industries working on Aircraft, Helicopters, and Spacecraft noise, vibration, jet and rocket engine issues related to the development of the vehicles and design. He was Manager of Engineering Analysis, Manager of Mechanical Engineering, and Chief Engineer with more than 200 engineers of various Space and Military weapon systems. He worked at the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab for 10 years developing the first Mars Rover, and managing the analysis tools group for many space programs. He then worked on F15, F18, F22 and F35 developing the bomb dropping and testing of all aspects of fight conditions to ensure function and flight safety. In addition, he worked for AeroVironment Inc. as a Sr. System Engineer developing the unmanned aerial vehicle. An example was when the earthquake in Japan destroyed a nuclear power plant, he and
his team quickly added payloads to a drone that could measure the radioactivity so that it could be used to safely define the hazards that need to be mitigated.

Modeling of jet plumes to understand the noise hazards, noise pressure as it relates to dispersion of gases and how to mitigate these are things he has done.

Mr. Dickerson Sr. has written several papers on System Engineering for the INCOSE Insight and was President of the LA Chapter in 2005.

In 2011, Mr. Dickerson was asked to present a paper at the Acoustical Society of America Seattle, Washington Conference on his research and work on noise and vibration in Cockpit Door Modules. MD continues to work closely with many engineering disciplines and provides quality results.

Mr. Dickerson’s relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Oversight of noise and vibration assessments for large and small public and private development
  • Prepare, write and sign over 1,100 technical noise and vibration assessments
  • Participate in business development and marketing efforts including: client maintenance, cost/budget reports, preparation of proposals, monitoring schedules and delivering presentations to clients and public agencies
  • Perform product concepts, testability, manufacturability assessments. Provide technical support and peer review for cross functioning teams on product development
  • Mentor, train, and oversee work of junior level staff
  • Airport, traffic and noise data collection
  • For additional project info see Projects+News

Education

Bachelor of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University

Masters of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University

Professional Affiliations

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Member

Acoustical Society of America (ASA), Full Member

Institute of Noise Control Engineers (INCE), Full Member

American Institute of Physics (AIP)

International Council of Systems Engineers

Mary Collins 
Operations Coordinator

Background

Mary Collins oversees MD’s activities and coordinates the essential functions necessary to manage the teams workflow to align productivity with our quality standards in order to achieve MD’s goals. She implements communications procedures and develops strategic initiatives to improve efficiency throughout the business. She provides leadership, coordination and administrative oversight for facilities planning & maintenance, administrative support functions, and procurement and purchasing efforts.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Leads weekly team coordination meetings
  • Proposals, contracts, POs
  • A/P, Payroll, Insurance, Healthcare, Business Licenses
  • Human Resources and new employee on-boarding
  • Standard Operation Procedures Development
  • IT and Graphic Design department regarding internal database expansion

Robert Pearson
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Robert Pearson graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and Sociology. Robert has worked for MD over three years and has developed a knack for noise and vibration. His project management experience has allowed him to excel in multi-tasking several large-scale infrastructure projects simultaneously. He has helped develop and maintain MD’s noise and vibration monitoring systems which allow MD to remotely monitor noise and vibration 24/7, 365 days a year.

Robert enjoys working in MD’s anechoic/reverberation chambers and perform high precision noise and vibration measurements. Furthermore, his work includes the evaluation and development of acoustic modeling skills. He works closely with architects on the development of sound attenuation applications in the car wash industry. He has a full understanding in the complexities of the various mechanical systems associated with car wash noise.

Prior to Mr. Pearson joining MD Acoustics, he worked for over 7 years as an Acoustical Field Technician for Advanced Engineering Acoustics. Mr. Pearson has also worked for over 9 years as a Project Manager in the Large format printing and Telecommunications industries.

Representative Project Experience:

  • Basis Phoenix Gym, Mesa, AZ
  • Westbrook Village Multi-Purpose room, Phoenix, AZ
  • First Service Residential the Ridge, Scottsdale, AZ
  • Super Star Express Car Wash, Mesa, AZ
  • Surf thru Express Car Wash, Visalia, CA
  • Motte’s Romola Farms, Menifee, Ca
  • Panorama Properties, San Jacinto, CA

Education

Bachelor of Science – Communications and Sociology, Utah State University

Claire Pincock INCE
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Claire Pincock graduated from Brigham Young University in the top 5% of her graduating class with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Physics with an emphasis in acoustics and a minor in Mathematics. Before joining MD Acoustics, she was a research assistant at BYU. Her research was focused on speech acoustics, specifically on how speech radiates from the mouth. https://www.physics.byu.edu/thesis/archive/2017

In 2017, Claire presented her research with Dr. Timothy Leishman on speech directivity at the Acoustical Society of America, spring Boston conference where she placed 2nd in the student competition on speech acoustics. http://asa.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1121/1.4987652

This research is also presented in the following paper published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America in 2021: https://asa.scitation.org/doi/10.1121/10.0003363

Mrs. Pincock’s work experience includes the following:

  • Noise and vibration assessments for architectural and environmental assessments
  • Develop and prepare acoustical models (e.g. Matlab, EASE, SoundPlan)
  • Develop data acquisition methods
  • For additional project info see Projects+News

Education

Bachelor of Science – Physics (Acoustics), Brigham Young University, Magna Cum Laude

Professional Affiliations

Acoustical Society of America (ASA), Full Member

BYU Acoustic Research Group

American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Samuel Hord INCE
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Samuel Hord is an Arizona native with a knack for noise control.

While a student at Brigham Young University, he solved practical problems, including architectural modes, intelligibility metrics, jet noise analysis, traffic noise modeling, barrier insertion loss, and outdoor sound propagation. He investigated the reflection of sound off the ground as a research assistant for Kent Gee and Traci Neilsen. As a research assistant, he also helped develop an acoustical model for the sound field near a rocket engine, and he assisted in a full-scale shock wave experiment involving exploding balloons.

After graduating from BYU, Mr. Hord spent a summer in the Sound Research Group at Caterpillar, Inc. There he researched new acoustical technologies and their applications to Caterpillar machines, and he conducted experiments in the acoustical chambers at their Peoria, Illinois facility. His experience there included using industry standards to perform sound absorption, sound power, sound transmission loss, and insertion loss tests. The highlight of his experience there included assisting in the acoustical characterization a new motor grader cab.

Mr. Hord went to graduate school at The University of Texas at Austin. As a Longhorn, he spent countless hours in a cleanroom fabricating sensors for acoustic MEMS research under Neal Hall. He developed a fabrication process for three different sensors, including optical gratings, shear sensors, and CMUTs. For his master’s thesis, he modeled, characterized, and tested electrical and acoustical properties of ultrasonic transducers built using the fabrication platform he developed. He completed his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering in December 2017.

After completing his degree at The University of Texas, Mr. Hord enrolled in two more acoustics classes and taught two sections of an undergraduate physics class before returning home to Arizona. He continues to indulge his passion for teaching as an adjunct faculty at Mesa Community College.

Mr. Hord’s work experience includes the following:

  • Research Assistant for Neal Hall
  • Engineer, Populus Group, Caterpillar, Inc
  • Research Assistant for Kent Gee and Tracianne Neilsen
  • For additional project info see Projects+News

Education

B.S. Applied Physics, Brigham Young University

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas

Professional Affiliations

Institute of Noise Control Engineers (INCE), Full Member

BYU Acoustic Research Group

Francisco Irarrazabal
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Francisco Irarrazabal has experience in many different engineering fields. His passion for science and leading-edge technology brought him to the supreme art of sound and vibration. His career path started in the aerial firefighting field developing aeronautical products for the UH-1 series Helicopters. He served as a combat pilot for the Chilean Air Force for five years. After serving he continued to pursue the engineering field and has worked professionally in aerospace and mechanical engineering since 2013. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering, from the University of Concepcion in Chile. Motivated by professional and cultural growth, Francisco started his acoustical path at Brigham Young University in 2018 as a graduate student in the Master of Science in Physics with an emphasis in the acoustics program, graduating in April 2021.

Francisco has participated in several engineering projects, including developing a structure for aviation uses and certification process, the development of brick change criteria for lime kilns, chemical cleaning application for oil refinery plants, mechanical repairs in Cupper refinery plants, aeronautical products certification, and the installation of a tactical communication system on military rotorcraft. In the acoustics field, Francisco has worked with Dr. Kent Gee on outdoor measurements using vector intensity techniques for infrasonic sources. He presented his research at the Acoustical Society of America meetings at Louisville, KY, and San Diego, CA, regarding outdoor rocket and wind turbine noise measurements.

He enjoys hiking the mountains or playing soccer and is devoted to his wife and two children.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

Architectural Acoustics Assessment/Design

  • Roosevelt Towers Mixed-Use Development, Ontario, CA
  • Elux at McQueen Residential Development, Chandler, AZ

Noise and Vibration Assessment

  • Surf Thru Car Wash, Reno, NV
  • Glendale Mobile Car Wash, Glendale, CA
  • Super Star Car Wash, Moreno Valley, CA
  • OKC Window Noise Evaluation, Scottsdale, AZ

Construction Noise and Vibration

  • Equestrian trails, Phoenix, AZ

Industrial Noise and Vibration Assessment

Education

Universidad de Concepcion
B.S., Aerospace Engineering, 2008
Universidad de Concepcion
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2014
Brigham Young University
M.S., Physics (Acoustics), 2021

Affiliations and Awards

Acoustical Society of America (ASA), Student Member
BYU Acoustic Research Group

Drew Gibson
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Drew Gibson is a graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in
Mechanical Engineering Technology. His previous work experience in the APU repair
and overhaul field familiarized him with various machining, assembly, and repairing
processes. He has been working in the acoustical and vibration field since August
2020. At MD Acoustics, Drew has learned the appropriate test methods and skills to
perform noise and vibration surveys, AIIC/FSTC evaluations, and acoustical product
testing, procured a proficiency in acoustical modeling methods, and helped develop
new products, such as the quietest car wash systems in the United States.

Drew is part of MD Acoustics team of acoustical consultants tasked with providing
acoustical and vibration services. He specializes in carwash and cell tower noise impact
studies and tool vibration isolation and has experience in building and environmental
noise impact studies and product development. He assists in testing at the job site and
within MD Acoustic’s reverberation and anechoic chambers. His skill set includes CAD
modeling, acoustical modeling with SoundPLAN, acoustical and vibration testing,
airflow testing, and 3D printing.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Field Work and Evaluations
  • CAD and Drafting
  • Website Development and Programming

Education

Bachelor of Science – Mechanical Engineering Technology, Arizona State University

Rachel Edelman
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Rachel Edelman graduated in Applied Physics with an emphasis in Acoustics from Brigham Young University in 2022. As a student, she worked as a research assistant for the BYU acoustics research team for 3 years, specializing in the directivity of guitar amplifiers and other sound sources. She also worked as an acoustical consultant intern for Cerami & Associates in the summer of 2021, where she participated in a variety of projects to meet acoustical requirements for hospitals, hotels, performance spaces, and other buildings.

In 2019, Rachel presented her research with Dr. Timothy Leishman on musical instrument directivity at the Acoustical Society of America fall conference in San Diego: https://asa.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1121/1.5136709

She presented her research with Dr. Brian Anderson on guitar amplifier directivity at the 2022 Acoustical Society of America spring conference in Denver: https://asa.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1121/10.0010961

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Field Work and Evaluations

Education

Bachelor of Science – Physics (Acoustics), Brigham Young University

Professional Affiliations

Acoustical Society of America (ASA), Full Member

BYU Acoustic Research Group

Naomi Jensen
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Naomi Jensen graduated in Applied Physics with an emphasis in Acoustics from Brigham Young University in 2023. As a student, she worked as a research assistant for the BYU acoustics research team for 2 years, specializing in the development of a vibration-based sound power measurement method.

She presented her research with Dr. Scott Sommerfeldt on the development of the vibration-based sound power measurement method at the 2023 Acoustical Society of America spring conference in Chicago: https://doi.org/10.1121/2.0001788

Relevant work experience includes the following:

Architectural Acoustics Assessment

  • Payson High School Gymnasium, Payson, AZ
  • Alta Biltmore Apartments, Phoenix, AZ
  • SNT Construction Conference Room, Torrance, CA

Noise Assessment

  • Maverik Fueling Station, Palmdale, CA
  • 1941 N White Ave Residential Development, La Verne, CA
  • Food4Less Service Station, Apple Valley, CA
  • Quick Quack Car Wash, Lemon Grove, CA
  • Automatic Car Wash, Arroyo Grande, CA
  • Super Star Car Wash, Westlake, TX
  • Automatic Car Wash, Los Angeles, CA
  • Fresno WANSP Update, Fresno, CA
  • Vista Del Sol Residential Development, Rancho Mirage, CA
  • 129 Providencia Hotel Project, Burbank, CA

Construction Noise and Vibration

  • Goodyear City Hall, Goodyear AZ
  • Food4Less Service Station, Apple Valley, CA
  • Automatic Car Wash, Los Angeles, CA

Education

Brigham Young University
B.S., Applied Physics (Acoustics), 2023

Sarah Ostergaard
Acoustical Consultant

Background

Sarah Ostergaard graduated in Applied Physics with an emphasis in Acoustics from Brigham Young University in 2020. As a student, she served as a presidency member of the student chapter of the Acoustical Society of America (2017-2019). She worked as a TA for multiple physics classes, including the Introduction to Acoustics class. She also worked as an undergraduate research assistant as well as a graduate-level researcher for the BYU acoustics research team for 3 years and 2 years, respectively, specializing in the acoustic directionality of explosions as scale-model volcanoes as well as the development of a vibration-based sound power measurement method for coupled structures: https://physics.byu.edu/department/theses

She presented her research with Dr. Tracianne Neilsen at the December 2019 Acoustical Society of America conference in San Diego: https://pubs.aip.org/asa/jasa/article/146/4_Supplement/2784/704426/Directionality-of-ground-based-exploding-balloons?searchresult=1

She presented her research with Dr. Jonathan Blotter and Dr. Scott Sommerfeldt on the development of the vibration-based sound power measurement method for coupled structures at the April 2022 Acoustical Society of America conference in Denver: https://pubs.aip.org/asa/jasa/article/151/4_Supplement/A227/2838777/Sound-power-from-coupled-structures-using?searchresult=1

Relevant work experience includes the following:

Architectural Acoustics Assessment

  • Fairbrook Communities LLC, Riverside, CA

Noise Assessment

  • Fulton Homes, Estrella Commons, Goodyear, AZ
  • Ducky’s Express Car Wash, Cupertino, CA
  • Quick Quack Car Wash, Rocklin, CA
  • Pioneertown Wedding/Special Events Venue, Pioneertown, CA
  • Catalina Island Medical Center, Avalon, CA
  • Quick Quack Car Wash, Provo, UT
  • Ducky’s Express Car Wash, Folsom, CA

Design + Fabrication

  • Wraptech Bolawrap nonlethal weapon – Acoustic ballistic silencer design and engineering
  • International Drying Company – Acoustic blower silencers Construction Noise and Vibration
  • Avenue 50 Improvement Project, Indio and La Quinta, CA

Education

Brigham Young University

B.S., Applied Physics (Acoustics), 2020

Magna Cum Laude

18 credits toward a M.S. (Mechanical Engineering)

Matthew Baldwin 
Engineering Aide

Background

Matt Baldwin has started his professional career here at MD Acoustics. He assists with the field work and CAD drawing. He has started his undergrad studies at Gilbert Community College and plans on attending ASU. He has a passion for music which has lead him to the path of understanding acoustics. His skills include Photoshop, Illustrator, SketchUp, EASE Modeling and other analytical software.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Field Work and Evaluations
  • CAD and Drafting
  • Website Development and Programming

Education

Coming Soon!!!

Jordan Trubakoff
Design and Acoustical Consultant

Background

Jordan moved directly from his formal education in Audio Engineer to audio hardware sales and analytics. Filling roles from Sales and Training Manager to Consumer Relations/Data Analyst for Fender Musical Instruments.

Upon leaving employment by Fender, Jordan became a motivated entrepreneur who saw success in the private sector. With full autonomy, creativity, interpersonal networking, analytics, and innovation Jordan built a creative solutions and fabrication business that doubled in revenue every year for his 5 years of involvement. (www.TruCollective.com)

Jordan now serves MD Acoustics as a Designer and Acoustical Consultant. His primary functions within MD Acoustics range from designing test fixtures, 3D spaces, and products, to modeling and writing sound studies, and helping review and write municipal ordinances to name just a few.

Representative Project Experience

Analytics/modeling/fieldwork

  • 300+ completed Soundplan 8.2 modeling studies
  • 100+ field recordings and measurements
  • City of Gilbert Chambers – EASE Modeling
  • White Mountain Church – EASE Modeling

Design + Fabrication

  • UpperCut Studio Culver City – Acoustical design consultation and planning
  • Wraptech Bolawrap nonlethal weapon – Acoustic ballistic silencer design and engineering
  • International Drying Company – Acoustic blower silencers
  • Superior Ducting – Testing fixtures
  • Simulated binaural transducer mounts – Testing fixtures
  • Anechoic chamber – Design and fabrication
  • Reverb chamber – Design and fabrication

Management

  • MD Acoustics prototyping lab – Machinery purchasing and shop layout
  • MD Acoustics Inventory management – Database implementation and maintenance
  • MD Acoustics sound spectra library – Database implementation and maintenance
  • MD Acoustics 3D Printing lab – Implementation and maintenance
  • Repairs – Solar array and water filtration

Municipal Code/General Plan

  • Flagstaff Parks Noise Ordinance – Flagstaff, AZ

Education

The Conservatory of the Recording Arts and Sciences

Certifications

Apple Gold Certified & SMAART certified

Soundplan 8.2

Protools

Tyler Klassen
Air Quality Specialist

Background

Tyler Klassen graduated Magna Cum Laude in Chemical Engineering from Arizona State University in 2019. Since then, he worked one year as an Air Quality Specialist at SWCA Environmental Consultants where he completed air quality analyses in fields including the oil and gas industry and solar and wind power. He also worked one summer for the Maricopa County Air Quality Department as an Air Quality Inspector, performing site visits to ensure air quality permit holders were in compliance with County rules and regulations.

As an Air Quality Specialist with MD Acoustics, Mr. Klassen has written studies analyzing air quality, greenhouse gas, and energy usage for projects including housing developments, fueling stations, and storage facilities, using CalEEMod to model emissions. He has also written health risk assessments analyzing road and gas station impacts utilizing AERMOD and contributed air quality, greenhouse gas, and energy analyses to city general plans.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Field Work and Evaluations

Education

Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Chemical Engineering, Arizona State University

Certification

Engineer-in-Training, Arizona State Board of Technical Registration

Jason Schuyler, INCE
Engineering Tech 1

Background

Jason Schuyler works directly with many of our clients in the field. He conducts on site field inspections, evaluations, and measurements. He has a knack for troubleshooting on the fly and identifying noise and vibration issues. His 10+ years of construction experience have proven to be invaluable assets to our company as has his experience as a professional photographer/videographer. Using this experience he also performs photographic studies, light studies, and aerial surveys.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Field Work and Evaluations
  • Photo Surveys
  • Long-term noise and vibration monitoring 
  • Troubleshoot vibration isolators and identify flanking paths

Education

Bucknell University, 1997 Bachelor of Arts – Economics
Sandler Sales Institute level III Sales, 1998

Affiliations and Awards

Institute of Noise Control Engineers (INCE)
Metro Rail Safety Certified

Matthew Baldwin 
Engineering Aide

Background

Coming Soon!!!

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Coming Soon!

Education

Coming Soon!!!

Shon Baldwin
Engineering Aide

Background

Shon Baldwin joined MD Acoustics in October 2019. As Facility Manager, he’s responsible for the maintenance of our equipment and lab while also ensuring the team follows safety protocols and OSHA regulations. Additionally, he works out in the fi eld conducting site inspections, evaluations, and performing measurements using various sound level meters. Prior to joining the MD Acoustics team, he worked for over 20 years in the security and facilities management industries.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

Noise and Vibration Assessment

  • Field Work and Evaluations
  • Photo Surveys
  • Long-term noise and vibration monitoring

Construction Noise and Vibration

  • City of Scottsdale Central Groundwater Treatment
    Facility, Scottsdale, AZ
  • Goodyear Civic Square at Estrella Falls, Goodyear AZ
  • Lacuna Kava Bar, Phoenix, AZ
  • Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, AZ
  • Porchlight Homes, Phoenix, AZ
  • Santa Rosa Crossing, Maricopa, AZ
  • KB Homes, Rancho Sahuarita, AZ
  • KB Homes, Tucson, AZ

Noise Assessment

  • Bella Vista HOA, Scottsdale, AZ
  • Fulton Homes, Estrella Commons, Goodyear, AZ
  • Copper Trails School, Goodyear, AZ
  • Lacuna Kava Bar, Phoenix, AZ
  • Quick Quack Car Wash, Surprise, AZ
  • San Tan Adventure Park, Gilbert, AZ
  • Smoke Tree Resort, Paradise Valley, AZ
  • Super Star Express Car Wash, Goodyear, AZ
  • Super Star Express Car Wash, Mesa, AZ
  • Super Star Express Car Wash, Phoenix, AZ
  • The Grove Pilates, Scottdale, AZ
  • The Gunner, Phoenix, AZ
  • Super Star Car Wash, Tucson, AZ
  • Super Star Express Car Wash, Surprise, AZ
  • Super Star Express Car Wash, Casa Grande, AZ
  • Super Star Express Car Wash, Cave Creek, AZ

Kevin Nielsen
Director of IT

Background

Coming Soon!!!

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Coming Soon!!!

Education

Alek Olsen
Programmer/Robotics

Background

Alexander “Alek” Olsen, a graduate of Arizona State University Polytechnic campus, May 2022, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Robotics Engineering, has been a valuable asset to MD Acoustics since July 2022. Leveraging his programming experience, Alexander has successfully developed software for processing, recording, and displaying data from MD Acoustics’ noise meters.

Proficient in multiple programming languages, Alexander demonstrates adaptability and a keen ability to experiment, ensuring the creation of efficient software for data processing and comparison. His passion for programming is evident in the joy he finds in creating new programs and exploring avenues to expand his expertise.

Over the course of nearly two years at MD Acoustics, Alexander has designed and developed multiple software programs for the MD Acoustics website. These innovations extend to generating reports for internal use, enhancing the website’s utility, and improving tools for the MD Acoustics team and, ultimately, their clients.

Relevant work experience includes the following:

  • Coming Soon!!!

Education

Arizona State University Polytechnic
B.S., Robotics Engineering, 2022