Founded in 1947, Veneklasen Associates is the oldest acoustical consulting firm in the world. Our knowledge of building science and professional standards is the result of decades of experience in the design of thousands of buildings worldwide. We believe that acoustics is a science, and that we are dealing with a quantitative subject wherein results should be predictable and subject to formulation. Much of acoustics can also be considered an art form, requiring skill and training. From these characteristics come insight and intuition, which can only be derived from experience.

•       We are one of the founders of Acoustical Engineering, Noise Control, Vibration Control & Audio/Video design
•       Our technology research includes reducing aircraft noise during WWII, to designing aircraft hush houses
•       We are regularly invited to present research papers & professional seminars throughout the world
•       We are a resource in our industry with decades of field data & lab data used for recommendations
•       Our building research efforts have resulted in numerous innovations

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We are a valuable resource in our industry with decades of field and lab data that guide our recommendations. Our database has over 50,000 tests.
Our technology research efforts have ranged from reducing aircraft noise during WWII, designing aircraft hush houses after the war, to designing low mass aircraft fuselages in the current environment.
We utilize a proactive, collaborative design approach through innovative, cost-effective service anchored by a foundation of academic preparation, development of firm resources and integrity.
We have written over 100 research papers and often receive prestigious invites to present both research papers and professional seminars throughout the world, sharing our knowledge and expertise.
The latest analytical software, allowing us to conserve time on repetitive tasks so that we can concentrate our energy on challenging opportunities.
Our building research efforts have resulted in numerous innovations still employed to this day including floating floors, acoustical seals for doors, low frequency sound attenuators, vibration isolators for mechanical equipment.