We’ve created a company that can help clients deliver safe and compliant working environments, with a team of qualified noise specialists, who have the knowledge and experience of working within live events and industrial environments.

A blend of expertise and flexibility is the key to what makes Acoustech different. We offer a variety of service levels to our clients, from planning through to delivery; but what you always get is a truly professional and consultative service.

Understanding noise from the inside out; our team of trained and experienced consultants take time to evaluate your noise management strategy from every angle, whether that be for a 20,000 capacity live event or for a manufacturing plant with fixed plant producing noise that needs to be mitigated.

Team members

  • Ian Taylor

    Ian Taylor BA (Hons) Dip.ESM

    Principle Noise Consultant

    Having worked with our parent company, Symphotech, for the last three years. Ian began his career, organising events for the UK’s largest conservation charity. Ian returned to study for a BA (Hons) in Events Management at the University of Derby and he later completed the University of Derby Level 5 Diploma in Event Safety Management. Prior to this he worked as an Occupational Hygiene Technician, carrying out industrial workplace assessments for some of the world’s most well-known companies to improve the quality of workplace environments and help demonstrate compliance with regulations. As well as being an on the ground noise consultant, Ian also manages the noise management team and is also a Council Member of the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA).

  • Sophia Livett

    Sophia Livett BA (Hons)

    Noise Consultant

    Having worked closely with the Symphotech team since 2014, Sophia has vast experience undertaking sound monitoring at a variety of events including The Jockey Club Live, The Let’s Rock concert series and The Scarborough Open Air Theatre events, and now takes the lead on a variety of event noise projects across the country for many household names.