Daniel Stringer and Andrew Long are appointed company directors

Working up through the ranks, Daniel and Andrew were promoted to associate in 2013 and associate partner in 2019. Both have provided acoustic advice over a wide range of sectors and on many complex and high-profile projects during their careers.

Daniel joined Sandy Brown as an engineer in 2006 after completing his MSc in Environmental and Architectural acoustics.

Daniel led the iconic Bloomberg HQ London project for several years as well as other projects such as The Ned Hotel and Battersea Power Station Phase 3a. He has represented our clients at public enquiries and is currently responsible for the delivery of projects such as the new Deutsche Bank HQ London, and the Ritz Hotel refurbishment. Daniel has been instrumental in the development of our internal staff training programme, as well as playing an active role in business development.

Gaining industry-experience in London, Andrew’s career in acoustics began in 2005 following his MEng in Acoustic Engineering and he joined Sandy Brown in 2011 as a Senior Engineer.

Andrew has been involved in several large-scale residential schemes such as Newfoundland, Landmark Pinnacle and Southbank Place, and several commercial schemes such as those for Google at King’s Cross, Citibank and 1&5 Bank Street at Canary Wharf. Andrew is currently leading the acoustic design for the new Museum of London at Smithfield Market. Throughout his time at Sandy Brown, he has provided key contributions to the development of our in-house technical capabilities as well as engaging with the wider acoustic industry, particularly in relation to acoustics, ventilation and overheating.

We welcome Daniel and Andrew to the board. With their leadership and expertise, Sandy Brown is well-positioned to continue delivering exceptional services and driving innovation in the field of acoustics.