JOHN R. HAUENSTEIN, PRESIDENT
JOHN R. HAUENSTEIN earned his Bachelor of Architectural Engineering degree from The Pennsylvania State University. He gained an extensive background in the design and integration of building systems that included acoustical, architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical/lighting components.
Before forming his own consulting practice in 1994, he was employed by Cerami & Associates for eight years. There, as a Senior Consultant, he worked on projects such as the multi-constituent Rose Building at the Lincoln Center for the Performing. During his tenure at JRH Acoustical Consulting, he has continued to foster his reputation in a variety of project types. He has been on the design team for The Helena, one of the first "Green" high-rise residential projects in New York City. In 2011, The firm was awarded the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award given by the New York Landmarks Conservancy for his work on the restoration of the Church of St. Francis Xavier in New York City. Some of his other projects include the following:
- NY Hall of Science Renovation., NY
- Jewish Board for Family and Children's Services - Center for Child Development and Learning - NY
- NYCPL - Stapleton Branch Library - NY
- AT&T Emergency Generator Projects, IL
- Flywheel Sport - NY, FL, IL
- Scholastic Headquarters, NY
- Bergen Co. Technical High School, NJ
- Manhattan College Library, NY
- Verizon Wireless Generator Project, NY
- LBi Offices - NY
- Triana Offices - NY
- DBGB Restaurant - NY
- Hirschl & Adler Gallery - NY
- Abercrombie & Fitch, London
Besides serving the commercial and institutional sector, Mr. Hauenstein has also become distinguished through his involvement in many high-end residential design projects throughout New York City and Long Island.
As a troubleshooter of noise/vibration complaints, Mr. Hauenstein has earned a valued reputation among both commercial and residential building management companies. He is also experienced in conducting environment noise studies and well as noise monitoring. He has also successfully completed the certification course in Community Noise Enforcement at Rutgers University.
Mr. Hauenstein started his career with Parfitt/Ling, an architectural/ engineering firm. His experience with and knowledge of other engineering disciplines, has given him the background and expertise required for his acoustical work. He is also a member of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA), the Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE), the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).