Ecore names Michael Raley acoustic engineer

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Lancaster, Pa.—Ecore has hired Michael Raley as acoustic engineer.

Raley has nearly 10 years of experience as an acoustical consultant specializing in architectural and environmental acoustics. He has extensive experience in acoustics for the healthcare, multi-family, hospitality, education, corporate office and performing arts industries.

In his new position, Raley will provide critical services to support Ecore’s customers and internal sales personnel through the sales and marketing and technical services departments. His technical and management background will play an integral role in helping the company achieve continuous growth, while his acoustic expertise will be useful in creating, modifying and certifying new and existing Ecore products.

“Michael’s extensive knowledge and expertise in architectural and environmental acoustics makes him a key asset to our team,” said Arthur Dodge, III, CEO and president, Ecore. “Designers and architects today are realizing the importance of identifying and specifying products and technologies that create optimal acoustics for different types of spaces and settings. With Michael’s addition to the team, Ecore will continue to remain at the forefront of building acoustics research and product development.”

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