Consultants in Acoustics, Noise, and Vibration

For almost 30 years, we have worked with clients in North & South America, Europe, and Asia. In North America alone, we have worked in 37 of the 50 states and Puerto Rico; two of the 10 provinces of Canada, and two of the 10 largest cities in Mexico.

CSTI acoustics continues to acquire and develop new and exciting technologies in acoustics, noise, and vibration control in order to provide excellent results within the proposed timeframe and the approved budget.

Established

A woman-owned business, CSTI acoustics has had the privilege of working on a variety of projects for many different customers, from large multinational corporations to small, privately held firms—and even individual homeowners.

We have worked with some of the world’s leading energy, engineering, and manufacturing companies, from BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Phillips 66, and Shell to Wood Group Mustang, Fluor, GE, Hyundai, Raytheon, and Siemens.

Our clients also include transportation companies, like Goodyear; technology firms, like IBM, Microsoft, and Texas Instruments; chemical companies, like BASF and Dow, and general merchandisers, like HEB, J. C. Penney, Kroger, and Walmart.

Knowledgeable

Our niche is acoustics, noise, and vibration control, but it’s not limited to just one industry. That’s because minimizing noise and vibration and maximizing the sounds that we want to hear isn’t particular to one kind of business—it’s part of life.

CSTI acoustics has worked for energy companies and EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) firms; architects and developers; churches and universities; transportation companies and technology firms; manufacturers and musicians; federal agencies and local governments, and general merchandisers and charities.

So whether you are Nabisco or Anheuser-Busch, Six Flags or the Mall of America, Good Shepherd Methodist Church or MD Anderson Cancer Center, CSTI acoustics will provide you with excellent service, from a wealth of experience and dedication to the task at hand.