First Tunnel Complete at Waterview Connection, Auckland
15 May, 2015
The Waterview Connection is Auckland's most significant transportation Project since the opening of the Harbour Bridge in 1959. It completes a ring-route to the west of the CBD which will allow north-south traffic to bypass the city centre and the notorious spaghetti junction.
Marshall Day to Present Papers at International Wind Turbine Noise Conference
17 April, 2015
This is the sixth of the biennial international conferences on Wind Turbine Noise, due to commence on Monday 20th of April in Glasgow, Scotland. Christophe Delaire will be representing Marshall Day and will be presenting two papers with the following abstracts:
As part of the Fusion project Marshall Day Acoustics have an opportunity for a graduate consultant in their Irish office. The post is to develop our underwater noise capabilities, particularly in relation to the DBSea software which we have developed.
Gehry's Dr Chau Chak Building opens at the UTS Business School in Sydney
09 February, 2015
The Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove, opened Sydney’s newest architectural landmark – the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building at the University of Technology Sydney on February 2, 2015.
The Philharmonie de Paris has opened its doors on Wednesday 14 January. The ceremony began with a speech from President Francois Hollande and was followed by the inaugural concert given by the Orchestre de Paris, conducted by its music director, Paavo Jarvi.
Marshall Day Appointed on Christchurch Convention Centre
12 January, 2015
We are pleased to announce that both Marshall Day Acoustics and Marshall Day Entertech have been successfully appointed as acoustic and theatre design consultant for the new Convention Centre Precinct project in Christchurch.