The Longman Lindsey Team
Adam Paul is project engineer at Longman Lindsey. He brings a strong foundation in acoustics, built during his studies, and while working at another consulting firm. Adam was a 2014 recipient of the Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence in the Study of Noise Control, awarded by the Institute of Noise Control Engineering for his work in the study of how floor finishes affect noise levels in hospitals. Adam also received the 2014 Robert Bradford Newman Medal for Merit in Architectural Acoustics, awarded by the Acoustical Society of America, for his work with the expansion of music facilities at Trinity College.
As a classically trained tenor, Adam has a heightened awareness to intrusive noise. This has grown into a desire to improve the performance of the built environment, offering end users spaces that are free from acoustic distractions. Adam’s favorite projects are where he is able to apply his skills in reducing intrusive noise impact from mechanical equipment and environmental noise sources. He has provided acoustics expertise on a wide range of projects, from generator noise control on New York City Housing Authority, Sandy Recovery projects, to façade design on a mixed-use community center.
University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT
B.S.E. Acoustical Engineering and Music
Acoustical Society of America
Institute of Noise Control Engineering
Tau Beta Pi
New York Building Congress Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat