Principal consultant, Jon Mooney started his career as an Aerospace Engineer working on spaceflight and defense industry programs. His work includes design and analysis of systems for SkyLab, Space Shuttle, Patriot missile and anti-submarine sonar systems. During this time, he developed advanced acoustic modeling and simulation techniques which we now use to accurately model and simulate the acoustics of architectural spaces. Jon’s strengths center on his abilities to translate complicated mathematical analyses into down-to-earth, practical solutions to real project problems.
Jon is an active member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering, Acoustical Society of America, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, International Council for Systems Engineering, INCOSE Infrastructure Working Group, and INCOSE Smart Cities Initiative. He is Associate Editor of Architectural Acoustics for Noise Control Engineering Journal, Acoustics Advisor for Walls & Ceilings magazine and writes technical book reviews for various publications.
Jon is currently exploring the application of Systems Engineering consulting services to define, validate and verify acoustic, vibration and other multiple, cross-discipline project requirements for complex building projects.
"It's easier to design good acoustics into a project than it is to correct acoustics problems already baked in the plans."