Benjamin Wolf

Benjamin WolfAcoustical Consultant

Benjamin Wolf is an acoustical consultant, in Portland, Oregon with a Master of Science in Architectural Acoustics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He specializes in analysis and recommendations for the spaces and structures needed to provide acoustically effective and comfortable environments. As part of his master’s thesis, he modeled accurate acoustical representations of several famous music performance venues allowing musicians to hear their performance simulated in those spaces, in real time, as if they were standing on stage. In his spare time, Ben plays bass trombone with a wide variety of local groups. He enjoys web design and recording live sound.

Benjamin Wolf's Projects

Woodburn High School Band Room

Woodburn High School Band and Chorus Rooms

ABD Engineering & Design worked with BBL Architects to develop room acoustics and noise isolation recommendations for the Woodburn High School performing arts classrooms. Band and chorus rooms are often…

Benjamin Wolf's Experience

  • Westgate Beaverton CreeksideBeaverton, Oregon
  • Ya-Po-Ah Terrace – HUD Noise StudyEugene, Oregon
  • 11th & Alder HyattPortland, Oregon
  • Science BuildingsAshland, Oregon
  • Pan Mine Noise StudyWhite Pine County, Nevada
  • Riverplace Parcel 3Portland, Oregon
  • Overton 15 ApartmentsPortland, Oregon
  • LaPorte High School – Performing Arts CenterLa Porte, Indiana
  • Clay+Tiffany ApartmentsPortland, Oregon
  • 16th & Burnside Apartments AcousticsPortland, Oregon
  • Milwaukie Mixed UseMilwaukie, Oregon
  • 19th-Alberta and Albina ApartmentsPortland, Oregon
  • Goldsmith PlacePortland, Oregon
  • Indigo Hotel and Kirkland TowerVancouver, Washington
  • Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant – Noise StudyLake Oswego, Oregon
  • Benjamin Wolf's Blog Posts

    The ABCs of Open Office Acoustics

    The ABCs of Open Office Acoustics

    Open office spaces with movable partitions and reconfigurable workstations have become more than a trend in office facility design. They are the new normal. As acoustical consultants, we work on open office spaces frequently, and we like to begin the conversation with...