MAACI-Member of the Association of Acoustic Consultants of Ireland
FIOA-Fellow of the Institute of Acoustics (UK)
MIOA-Corporate member of the Institute of Acoustics (UK).
To find out more about any of our consultants, click on the links below:
- Siobhan Maher MAACI, MIOA- Redkite Environmental
- Sarah Middleton MAACI, MIOA- Dublin City Council/HSE
- Ted Dalton MACCI, MIOA- Dalton Acoustics Ltd
- Kenneth Goodwin MACCI, MIOA- MORES
- Diarmuid Keaney MAACI, MIOA – ICAN Acoustics
- Dermot Moloney MAACI, MIOA – Acoustic & Environmental Consultants Limited
- Peter Hill MAACI, MIOA – Acoustic Designs
- Rupert Rupert Thornely-Taylor MAACI, MIOA (honorary member & Rayleigh medal winner) –Rupert Taylor Limited
- James Walsh MAACI, MIOA- SED Acoustics
- Derek McCreanor MACCI, MIOA – Enhance Acoustics
- Elisabeth Nagel MACCI, MIOA – Flannery Nagel Environmental Ltd
- Damian Brosnan MAACI, MIOA -Damian Brosnan Acoustics
The AACI is now open to a limited number of new members, however there a number of minimum requirements to be considered by ALL applicants.
Applicants should be full members of the Institute of Acoustics (MIOA) or similar. These are applications that satisfy the Council of the IoA as being suitably qualified educationally with a minimum of three years experience of responsible work in acoustics (ideally).
Applicants should as a minimum hold a Diploma in Acoustics and Noise Control from the Institute of Acoustics. Higher academic qualifications (as a follow on to the Diploma in Acoustics and Noise Control) are also welcomed and considered.
Applicants should be in a position to submit three technical acoustic reports for review as part of the application process.
A current CV will be required by all applicants and details of the types of projects (and their roles) that they have been involved in within the three previous years to the application.
The AACI committee will then review the application on a two-monthly basis to decide if the applicant meets the criteria specified.
In addition to becoming a member, applicants will be required to commit to ongoing work at AACI in terms of developing and progressing acoustic guidance documents in the Republic of Ireland.
If you are interested in becoming an AACI member, please contact any of the members listed above or complete the form which can be downloaded here.