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Auralex Acoustics Promotes Haverstick in Engineering Department
Las Vegas - Jun 9, 2008 - Acoustical engineer Gavin Haverstick was recently promoted to the newly created position of lead acoustical engineer at Auralex Acoustics. As a member of the Auralex staff since first joining the company in 2000, Haverstick started in the engineering department and later stepped into his role as Midwest regional sales manager.
In his new position, Haverstick is overseeing the research, development and testing for current and future products. His main focus lies in new product design, working in conjunction with acoustical consultants, as well as continuing to supervise large-scale projects. He is also responsible for writing technical white papers and giving presentations on Auralex's products and acoustical theory.
Throughout his tenure at Auralex Acoustics, Haverstick has completed testing and/or acoustical analysis of more than 3,000 spaces including gymnasiums, houses of worship, recording studios, cafeterias, conference rooms, home theaters and industrial facilities. Haverstick's other professional accomplishments at Auralex include a leadership role in conducting numerous training sessions focusing on various aspects of acoustics, as well as his training of multiple staff members in various software and hardware associated with acoustical testing. As Auralex's Midwest regional sales manager, Haverstick effectively managed the company's largest territory with consistent and significant growth each year.
Prior to joining Auralex Acoustics, Haverstick worked with Delphi Automotive at its Las Vegas and Indianapolis locations where he oversaw quality control in the electric car R&D division. He also coordinated with upper management to streamline the reporting and tracking of various iterations of battery cells. Haverstick earned his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Colorado State University with a focus in robotics.
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