News

  • Marshall Day Acoustics opens its thirteenth office
    30 May, 2012

    Continuing our ever growing expansion, we are pleased to announce that we have opened our thirteenth office in Perth, Western Australia. The office is open for business offering excellence in environmental and architectural acoustic engineering services. 

  • The Narthex receives great reviews
    24 May, 2012

     

    The domed music performance space at St Mary's Cathedral Hobart has received some great feedback.

    The Narthex is a four level building adjacent to the Catholic Cathedral. It contains a crypt, a ground level foyer, a first floor flexible meeting and office space and the domed Choir/Function space on the top floor.

  • Victoria Newhouse talks about the Guangzhou Opera House
    17 May, 2012

    Guangzhou Opera House features in an article by WQXR on China's New Concert Halls by the architectural historian Victoria Newhouse. Victoria Newhouse spent time touring China's 'grand theatres' as she researched her book, Site and Sound: The Architecture and Acoustics of New Opera Houses and C

  • Marshall Day donates its time to the upgrade of the Queenstown Memorial Hall
    03 May, 2012

    Marshall Day Acoustics is pleased to announce that we have donated time to the upgrade of the Queenstown Memorial Hall.

    You can read about it in this article in the Otago Daily Times.

  • Anaerobic Digestion Plants
    21 March, 2012

    Marshall Day Acoustics continues to expands it's expertise in Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants with over a dozen noise assessments completed durring 2011/2012.  This predictable and reliable source of renewable energy is ideally suited to Irish agricultural conditions and is recognized as one of the most useful decentralized energy sources.

  • Kew Court House receives statewide award for revitalisation
    05 March, 2012

    Marshall Day Entertech are thrilled to learn that the Kew Courthouse project has been recognised by Planning Minister, Matthew Guy, who said the community driven project had resulted in an outstanding arts and culture centre.

  • English National Ballet at The Concourse
    29 February, 2012

    The Concourse is becoming a world-class Australian venue by exclusively securing the English National Ballet for its June Australian tour.

  • Viaduct Events Centre
    22 February, 2012

    "Yet again, Marshall Day has worked its magic on the acoustics, enhancing the envelope to appropriate sound attenuation levels."  Read the full arcticle here.