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Criterion Acoustics Moves HQ

Full-service architectural acoustics, audiovisual systems and technology solutions design firm specializing in Criterion Acoustics has expanded into new offices in New Jersey.
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Human Studios, which was designed by Criterion Acoustics
Jersey City, NJ (October 7, 2015)—Full-service architectural acoustics, audiovisual systems and technology solutions design firm specializing in Criterion Acoustics has expanded into new offices in New Jersey.

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The company’s East Coast headquarters is now situated at 112 Brunswick Street, Jersey City, NJ. In addition, Criterion Acoustics has a Western region presence via its new offices located at 451 East 58 Avenue, Denver, CO.

Criterion Acoustics was founded in 2012 and is led by acousticians Dave Kotch and Sam Neff. "Our new headquarters represents an exciting chapter for Criterion Acoustics," Kotch says, who heads up Criterion Acoustics' New Jersey office. “The expansive offices are accommodating increased staff and advanced capabilities for our clients' needs. As our second office in Jersey City, this reaffirms our commitment to a dynamic region that will continue to thrive in the years to come."

Neff, who will oversee Criterion’s Denver office, adds, "With a number of recent projects in California and Las Vegas, Denver is an ideal location to service our growing client base throughout the Western region."

The larger Jersey City space was selected to accommodate Criterion Acoustics’ continued expansion. The company’s growing portfolio includes projects for recording studios, theaters, residential, residential, hospitality, general AV systems design, DSP programming, performing arts, gyms/fitness, system tuning, general consulting, nightclubs and hotels.

Recent Criterion Acoustics clients include The Axis at Planet Hollywood, Atlantic Records, Human Worldwide, Brooklyn Technical High School, DeSales University, CrossFit Solace and many others.

Additional acoustical design segments that Criterion Acoustics serves includes hospital/medical, broadcast, higher education, science and research, worship, athletics, government/military, rail/highway/aviation, community noise and quiet product design.

Criterion Acoustics
www.criterionacoustics.com