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BE (Mech)

Register Professional Engineer (NPER 3 register)

MIEAus (1989)

MAAS (1992)

Executive member of the AAAC

After completing Bachelor of Engineering at the University of Western Australia in 1984, Tim joined a consulting engineering firm working in mechanical services. After working in offices in Townsville and Sydney, an opportunity arose to gain experience in Acoustics in their Adelaide office. Having always been interested in acoustics, he took opportunity with both hands and has never looked back. It is not often that you get the chance to work in a field of real interest and the variety of projects and people you meet is just as exiting now as it was back in the early 1990’s.

Tim joined Herring Storer Acoustics in 1993 as Senior Acoustical Consultant. He is now the Managing Director with over 25 years’ experience as an acoustic consultant. As Managing Director, Tim provides input and reviews the majority of projects that Herring Storer Acoustics undertakes, thus Tim brings considerable experience to any project Herring Storer Acoustics is involved. Tim has been involved in a vast variety of projects, from the small commercial enterprises, such as services stations, child care centres and restaurants, to large mining projects (KCGM and Talison Lithium Regulation 17 Applications) and industrial estates (Kemerton) and everything in between.



BE (Mech)

MIEAus (2007)

MAAS (1991)

Paul completed his Bachelor of Engineering with First Class Honours at the University of Western Australia in 1985. After graduating, Paul joined the Western Australian Building Management Authority ‘Environmental Design Section’ as an Acoustic / Building Environmental engineer. After 10 years with the BMA, in January 1995 Paul joined Herring Storer Acoustics as Senior Acoustical / Building Environmental Consultant. Paul took up a role as a director in 2007.

With over 30 years working in acoustics brings a depth of experience to projects. With his background Paul has considerable experience in architectural acoustics, including public infrastructure such as hospitals and schools, including multi-purpose performance arts spaces.

Some of the more significant projects that Paul has been involved, include Port Hedland Hospital, Binningup SSWA Desalination Plant, ALCOA Pinjarra and CSBP Kwinana and the development and upgrade of the KIC Noise Model.



BE (Mech)

MIEAus (2002)

MAAS (2006)

HUET Certification

After completing a Bachelor of Engineering at the University of Western Australia with Second Class Honours, George joined Herring Storer Acoustics as a Graduate in January 2002. George has been with Herring Storer Acoustics since completing his Engineering Degree and in June 2018 was appointed a Director.

Over his time as an acoustic consultant, George has experience in an array of projects, from small residential developments to noise surveys of offshore facilities and wind farm developments. He has undertaken numerous environmental assessments, involving anything from entertainment venues (Burwood Tavern) and commercial developments (supermarkets).

George has also been involved in numerous residential developments (including Halo and 89 Aberdeen St apartments) and has considerable experience in the requirements of Part F5 of the NCC.



Approved Noise Officer No. 04031

HUET Certification

Paul is currently undertaking the IAO/AAAC/AAS Diploma Course in Acoustics.

Paul joined Herring Storer Acoustics in September 2004. Before he found his way to Acoustics, Paul had a number of jobs, including national contracts manager for a large equipment hire company. With his time with Herring Storer Acoustics, he has gained experience in acoustics, including assessments of rail and road projects; construction and mining equipment vibration and noise monitoring; occupational health surveys; environmental noise surveys; building construction noise management plans and building construction noise and vibration monitoring.

Paul has been involved in a range of commercial, industrial and mining projects, and residential subdivisions. Paul also provides technical support for BarnOwl directional monitoring system. He also provides considerable expertise for Residential Subdivisions (SPP 5.4 assessments) and environmental assessments for waste recycling facilities and quarries.



Bachelor of Science (Physics)

Approved Noise Officer No. 11045

MAAS (2012)

After completing a Bachelor of Science (Physics), Geoff joined Herring Storer Acoustics in February 2011. During his time here, he has obtained experience in the numerous disciplines of acoustics in projects of all size and scale, including assessments of rail and road projects; equipment certification and noise monitoring; occupational health surveys; environmental noise assessments and residential noise ingress.

Geoff has been involved and gained experience in a wide range of projects. This includes KCGM quarterly monitoring and Latitude Apartments compliance testing. He has also undertaken the GreenStar ‘as built’ acoustic measurements for Harrisdale Shopping Centre and the Capital Square office tower.