An incredibly experienced engineer and founder of the INVC with a rare talent for developing innovative engineering solutions to problems across many industries. He is also known as a very effective communicator, having developed the IOSH noise and HAVS competency (and many other) courses.
He is much in demand at conferences worldwide as an entertaining (and sometimes controversial) speaker. This is perhaps associated with his performing stand-up comedy as an occasional hobby...
A specialist in environmental noise, Steve has been with INVC since 2002. He is also a tutor on the IOSH noise and vibration training courses.
When he is not exploring mountains (both over and under them), he likes to enter stupidly long running races.
Originally from the noise instrumentation manufacturing industry, moving on to measurement and control in noise and vibration at INVC was a natural progression.
Involved in business development and running training courses, she's a regular speaker at conferences on noise and HAVS to push for more effective management of employee risk.
When not working she enjoys listening to live music, touring on her motorbike or will be found training for her next xc mountain bike; enduro or gravel bike event across the UK and Europe.
With over 40 years experience in the field of acoustics, Steve has extensive experience in environmental noise and vibration, and has worked in consultancy for over 30 years. He has been involved with the noise and vibration assessment of many large civil engineering projects, and has given evidence at public inquiries and planning appeals.
Steve is also an experienced hill walker and climber. He has recently swapped his boat for a glider.
Mat graduated from university in France, and has a wide range of experience in noise and vibration control. Since joining INVC in 2012, Mat has been solving noise and vibration issues for clients in various sectors, and assessing human exposure to vibration (HAV and WBV).
Mat plays the tuba. He has recently swapped his canal boat for a house.
Russell joined INVC in 2017 having previously worked as a noise and vibration engineer for a large multidisciplinary engineering contractor. Russell specialises in a broad range of industrial noise audits, assessments and control projects as well as having detailed experience within the oil and gas industry.
Outside of work Russell is a keen homebrewer and has even won several awards for his apple wine!
Andrew is a mechanical engineer with over 12 years of experience in acoustic consulting and mechanical design before joining INVC in 2018. Andrew's acoustic and mechanical design experience are brought together at INVC, providing smart design solutions to noise and vibration projects.
Mat joined INVC in 2017 following completion of his MSc in Applied Acoustics. He has previous experience working as a sound engineer in both live and studio environments and as a hardware technician on broadcast trucks. Mat gets involved in a wide range of noise and vibration projects for INVC.
Mat plays in a band, but mostly to an audience of one in his house, which is rapidly filling up with amplifiers and speakers.
Dianne manages the office administration for INVC including the bookings for all of the courses. She has previously worked as a team leader, senior customer service administrator and executive assistant for a number of high profile companies. Dianne joined INVC in 2013.
Dianne is a creative artist, and her work is regularly displayed at prestigious art galleries in Slough.
Anita is a qualified secretary and helps with the office administration for INVC. Her previous experience includes secretarial work in publicity, computing, and accounts. Anita has now been with INVC for over 30 years.