Alana DeLoach joined VACC in 2016 as a Junior Associate. As a project engineer, her work thus far has included coordination and engineering work on over 30 projects spanning university, high-end research laboratories, corporate, mixed use, residential, hospitality, and education market sectors.
She is experienced in NIC/ASTC, IIC, RT, Long-Term Noise and Vibration Monitoring, Short-Term Vibration Measurements (ambient and trouble-shooting) and Background Noise Level testing.
Her background in professional dance, theater, and audio engineering (mastering, commercial editing, sound design/composition, and live mix) informs her keen interest in architectural acoustics and noise and vibration control.
• Project Engineer
• Project Manager
2000 - 2005 Freelance Audio Engineer, (various locations)
2013 Sound Solutions LLC, Tucson, AZ
2015 Cerami & Associates, New York, NY
B.Sc., Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona, AZ
M.Sc., Architectural Acoustics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
Member of Institute of Noise Control Engineers (INCE)
Member of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Member of Acoustical Society of America (ASA)
Member of Audio Engineering Society (AES)
OHSU – noise and vibration monitoring for vivaria and sensitive laboratories
Heliotrope – ambient vibration characteristics study
Argonne National Laboratory – mechanical systems noise design
*note: some projects were completed with other design firms
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