Clément joined Marshall Day Acoustics 2016, and has been working in the fields of building acoustics, room acoustics and vibration.
He graduated from a Construction engineering school in France in 2011, and then studied a Master’s degree in acoustics at the University of Paris, graduating in 2012.
After four years of building acoustics consultancy in Paris, Clément joined the Auckland Office to strengthen and diversify his acquired experience in Housing, Education, Prisons, Performing Arts, Sports Venues, or Cinemas. He moved to the French office in 2017.
His willingness to become an acoustician originally comes from his practice of classical music (bassoon) and persian music (Zarb – traditional percussion)
Furthermore, Clément teaches acoustics at the Polytech Nice-Sophia University since 2018.
Qualifications and Memberships
- MSc - Master of Science, Architectural and Environmental Acoustics, University of Paris 6, 2012
- MEng - Master of Engineering, Public Works, ESTP - École Spéciale des Travaux Publics, Paris, 2011