Scott Harvey, founder and president of Phoenix Noise & Vibration, has been working in the field of acoustics for 33 years. Holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering he first worked with Bruel & Kjaer instruments, manufacturer of precision instrumentation for measuring sound and vibration. Since 1990, he has been devoted to the field of acoustical engineering as it applies to the building industry. He is Board Certified by the Institute of Noise Control Engineers, a licensed professional engineer in both Maryland and Virginia, and holds memberships with the Acoustical Society of America, the National Council of Acoustical Consultants, and the National and Maryland Societies of Professional Engineers. Notable projects include the Smithsonian Museum’s Renwick Gallery, National Institutes of Health – Building 50, FEMA Press Conference Room, Christiana Health Care Hospital, Three Metropolitan Park, Imagination Stage, and numerous transportation noise impact projects.
Scott is currently overseeing five acoustical engineers that provide the highest quality services to architects, engineers, and developers of top performing living, work, education, and healthcare facilities.