Jerrold Stevens

Jerrold Stevens has been a project manager and consultant for Pelton Marsh Kinsella, LLC since 2000. Stevens has an extensive background in the planning and design, project management, installation and operation of audio systems. He has designed audio systems for a wide variety of facilities including various types of performing arts venues, houses of worship, convention and meeting spaces, casinos and exhibit halls across the nation. Some of his consulting projects include Phantom of the Opera theatre at The Venetian, Las Vegas; a 3,500 seat worship center for Crossroads Community Church, Cincinnati, OH; a 4,000 seat theater in the MGM at Foxwoods Resort in Connecticut; the 18th floor Terrace at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City; Caesar’s Palace SW Expansion Master Plan project in Las Vegas; and the Sands Bethworks Resort Hotel and Casino in Bethlehem, PA.

He has been a regular instructor for the NSCA Expo since 2001, for the InfoComm Expo since 2006 and has taught classes at Integrated Systems Expos in Singapore and Amsterdam, and the PALME Show in Dubai. He was appointed to the InfoComm Academy Adjunct Faculty in 2007. Stevens contributes to industry magazines including Sound and Communications and ProAV Magazine. He is serving on InfoComm International's Professional Education and Training Committee, NSCA’s Executive Consultant Council and the ICAT Council. Stevens is also actively involved in beta testing of test and measurement software.