Vincent Berrier was born in France in 1993. He did a preparation for Grandes Écoles in the city of Valenciennes, and then followed his engineering studies at the École Centrale in Lille. He graduated as engineer from the École Centrale in 2018 with a specialisation based on waves innovation and nanotechnologies as much as in management, audit and consulting.
Vincent Berrier plays the bass since 2007 and the drums since 2010; he sometimes performs with rock bands in the Lille area. His various musical projects require a lot of innovation and flexibility that also impact the way he works.
During his first years at École Centrale, between 2015 and 2017, Vincent Berrier did two internships at Rabot Dutilleul Construction, one as a work supervisor assistant, and a second as a consultant engineer assistant. These internships enabled him to discover worksite supervision, building engineering (Structure, Fluids and Energy Engineering) through structure calculations and designing plans and it also enabled him to become familiar with building acoustics and sound insulation.
Then Vincent Berrier got specialised in Audible Acoustics and Vibrations, and did an internship at Venatech, as an assistant acoustics engineer, mainly in the field of industrial and environmental acoustics. He ran on-site measurements, did analysis, modelling and recommendations notably on the acoustic impact in the environment.
Then Vincent Berrier completed his last internship at Daidalos Peutz, Belgium, as a building acoustics engineer assistant and got involved in construction projects related to schools, housing, and offices and also completed consulting assignments for architects.
In October 2018, Vincent Berrier joins Kahle Acoustics as acoustician for the performing arts. His strong experience in acoustics calculations (CATT, IMMI, CadnaA), CAO AutoCAD (2D design) along his experience in project management, audit and consulting (MOOC Gdp), are the perfect combination of his passion for both sciences and music.
He straightforwardly supports the team on French projects such as the construction of the metro stations for line 14 South of the Grand Paris Express, the renovation of the Palais Guimet in Lyons and the rehabilitation of the Théo d'Argence Theatre of Saint Priest.