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Aercoustics Engineering celebrates 40 years


October 10, 2014
by Canadian Architect

Aercoustics Engineering Limited, one of Canada’s leading engineering firms in acoustic design, noise and vibration control, is marking its 40th anniversary with a new look. Past and present clients, suppliers and partners were all on hand as the firm unveiled its new logo and tagline “Experience the Sound. Feel the Silence” at a recent anniversary party at the Mattamy Athletic Centre, the former site of the famous Maple Leaf Gardens. It’s just one of the many projects Aercoustics has worked on over the past four decades.

“We have had the opportunity to work on some very high-profile and challenging projects recently and our new tagline speaks volumes about our strengths and abilities,” said Steve Titus, President of Aercoustics Engineering Limited. “We are always looking for ways to help our customers create unique experiences and our dedication to outrageous engineering has allowed our business to grow and expand.”

From humble beginnings in 1974 in the front room of a house crammed with four employees, Aercoustics has grown to a highly reputable firm with more than 30 employees in their Toronto office space. Aercoustics is one of Canada¡¦s leading engineering firms with specialized capabilities in all aspects of acoustics, noise and vibration control. Their team of experts collectively strive to enhance acoustics so an audience can experience the sound and feel the silence of everything from spoken word to the finest musical performance. The winner of numerous awards including the Canadian Consulting Engineers Award of Excellence and The Schreyer Award, their expertise have earned them a reputation of making the impossible a reality.

Recent noteworthy projects include: the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, the Wood Innovation Design Centre in Prince George, Sick Kids Peter Gilgan Research & Learning Tower in Toronto, the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, Thunder Bay Consolidated Courthouse, and the Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre in Medicine Hat.

“We have focused on building an incredible team of people and their ability to get involved and handle any  project related to acoustics, noise and vibration has set us apart from ourcompetitors,” said Titus. “It is the strength of our team that has helped position us for further growth as we work toward our next goal of expanding our core business across North America.”

For more information please visit www.aercoustics.com.


aercoustics team on the ice. photo by david crowder.
aercoustics team on the ice. photo by david crowder.


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