Justin Meyer

Justin MeyerSenior Acoustical Consultant

Justin Meyer, LEED AP, is the Senior Acoustical Consultant in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and has worked as an acoustical consultant since 2008 at companies in North Carolina, and Iowa. He is a graduate of Columbia College, Chicago, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Audio Arts and Acoustics, with an emphasis in Acoustics. Justin has completed projects for The U.S. Military, Healthcare Facilities, Universities, Corporate and Industrial Facilities, Public Schools, State Governments, Museums, Laboratories, Churches, and Residential Communities. An avid musician, Justin plays piano, guitar and the banjo. He donates his time to local churches, Habitat for Humanity, and has taught ESL classes.

Justin Meyer's Projects

Justin Meyer's Experience

  • Corinth Reformed ChurchByron Center, Michigan
  • Avon Inpatient Tower ExpansionAvon, Ohio
  • Sanctuary Acoustics & AV DesignFort Wayne, Indiana
  • Livonia Public Schools Fine Arts CentersLivonia, Michigan
  • NCRC Complex MRI Location – Vibration TestingAnn Arbor, Michigan
  • Chip Process Facility Noise StudyQuitman, Georgia
  • Concordia University Ann Arbor Kreft Band RoomAnn Arbor, Michigan
  • Wind Turbine Noise Ordinance ConsultingBad Axe, Michigan
  • Chapel AcousticsCedarville, Ohio
  • Cleveland Clinic – Cole Eye Institute Noise and Vibration StudyCleveland, Ohio
  • Environmental Noise StudyClarkston, Michigan
  • Digital Education and Innovation LabAnn Arbor, Michigan
  • The Morton Apartments and CondominiumsGrand Rapids, Michigan
  • Ferris State University – Swan Engineering BuildingBig Rapids, Michigan
  • McBain Schools AuditoriumMcBain, Michigan
  • Justin Meyer's Blog Posts

    Medical Conversations

    How Private Are Your Medical Conversations?

    If you’ve been to your doctor’s office lately, you might have been allowed to listen to a conversation between a doctor and another patient. You didn’t even need to be in the room with them. The sound isolation between many exam rooms can be so poor that you can hear...