Tony Stacey
In 1988 Tony gained a diploma from the School of Audio Engineering which he immediately followed with a City and Guilds in Telecommunications Engineering.  It was during these courses that Tony first became interested in the Science behind the sound and so eventually went on to study Physics at the University of North London.  In March of 1998 he gained a 1st Class Honours Degree and in June of that same year joined AMS Acoustics as a Technician to assist with the speech intelligibility investigations for the SMART project.
Working up through the AMS ranks Tony became the lead technical manager and then senior acoustic consultant responsible for AMS Acoustics’ methodologies and also many of the in house research projects.  He is now a Principal at AMS and offers tutelage to members within the team.
He has a Certificate of Competence in Environmental Noise Measurement from the Institute of Acoustics and has published a number of technical papers for the IOA and the Institute of  Sound and Communication Engineers (ISCE).
Some of Tony’s key projects include St Pancras Station, Manchester Civil Justice Centre, Royal Courts of Justice, a number of Tunnels and many MOD projects.  
Overseas Tony has been involved in places of worship including Mecca.  Also in Saudi Arabia the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah.  The Viru Keskus Shopping Mall Tallin, Estonia and the United Nations UNIS faculty in Hanoi Vietnam.


Diploma - School of Audio Engineering
City and Guilds in Telecommunications Engineering
BSc Physics
Certificate of Competence in Environmental Noise