News

  • Presentation to NIRIG
    09 September, 2014

    Shane Carr has presented to the Northern Ireland Renewables Industry Group (NIRIG) at a one-day seminar designed for Councillors, Planners, Environmental Health Officers and other key stakeholders.

  • Nouveau musée d'Australie-Occidentale à Perth
    29 August, 2014

    Marshall Day Acoustics est ravi d'avoir été récemment retenue par le Gouvernement d'Australie-Occidentale pour le New Museum Project.  L'État prévoit un investissement 430 $AU soit environ 240 M€ pour la construction de ce nouveau musée d'Australie-Occidentale...

  • Western Australian New Museum Project
    26 August, 2014

    Marshall Day has recently been appointed to provide specialist advice to the Western Australian State Government for the New Museum Project, due to open in 2020.  The State Government has committed nearly $430 million to develop a New Museum for WA.

  • 'Arc Cinema', Ireland
    29 July, 2014

    Drogheda's new 'Arc Cinema' opened in July 2014 and Marshall Day Acoustics was pleased to work closely with the design team during all stages of the acoustic design.

  • Sortie du logiciel dBSea
    24 June, 2014

    Marshall Day Acoustics est ravie de proposer dBSea, notre logiciel de prédiction et de visualisation de la propagation sonore sous-marine. 

  • dBSea Launched
    17 June, 2014

    Marshall Day Acoustics are pleased to present dBSea as their underwater prediction and visualisation software. 

  • 2014 New Zealand Architecture Awards
    11 June, 2014

    Marshall Day Acoustics have been involved with a number of award winning projects at this year's New Zealand Institute of Architecture Awards.

    These projects collectively won a total of 8 awards including the NZ Architecture Award for best Architecture (ASB North Wharf).

    ASB North Wharf

    AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building

  • Marshall Day Acoustics retenu par LesArtsGstaad pour l'acoustique de la salle de concert
    11 June, 2014

    Marshall Day Acoustics vient d'être retenu par LesArtsGstaad pour le futur écrin du Festival international Menuhin et ses académies. Le festival évolue de l'ancienne tente de festival à l'imposante salle de concert conçue par Rudy Ricciotti.