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Idibri’s Acoustics team grows by two

By Meredith Roberts

This June, we added two new acousticians to the team: Tyrone Hunter and Randall Rehfuss. As you read in our previous post, What we look for in the hiring process, we care deeply about building lasting relationships and take careful considerations during our hiring process to ensure our team is in harmony. We are excited to welcome these dynamic individuals to our Dallas office and we asked few fun questions to get to know their personalities a little better.

Tyrone HunterTyrone Hunter, Senior Consultant

Where is your hometown? St. Albans, Queens, NY

Where is the last place you lived? North Vancouver, BC

What is your favorite cereal? Frosted Flakes

What are you currently watching on Netflix? House of Cards, Season 4 (if my girlfriend will ever stop asking me to wait)

What is the last book you read? Do E-books count? Audio books?

Do you have any secret talents? I’m totally NOT double jointed.

Where’s your favorite place in the world? France… because, its France.

What are you passionate about? Hip Hop Culture

What’s the coolest thing you’re working on right now? #1) Idibri #2) A photo novel about human perceptions

 

Randall RehfussRandall Rehfuss, Consultant

Where is your hometown? Charlotte, NC

Where is the last place you lived? Blacksburg, VA

What is your favorite cereal? Reese’s Puffs

What are you currently watching on Netflix? Gotham

What is the last book you read? Guastavino Vaulting: The Art of Structural Tile by John Ochsendorf

If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and what would you eat? I would have dinner with William Shakespeare and we would likely eat mutton and drink some ale.

Where’s your favorite place in the world? Exploring coral reefs.

What’s the coolest thing you’re working on right now? A new construction project for a church.

What are you passionate about? Developing spaces that provide the most appropriate acoustics and visual esthetics while maintaining functionality.

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