Arthur Noxon is a Eugene-based Acoustical Engineer with Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering/Acoustics and Physics. A professional engineer since 1982, Mr. Noxon is state licensed to practice engineering in the public domain with a specialty area of acoustics.

The early years of his practice revolved around occupation and community noise projects in lumber mills. He provided engineering services as the first certified Rehabilitation Engineer in Oregon. In this role, Mr. Noxon designed and modified equipment to help return injured workers to the job. He remains a consultant to OSHA for employee noise and vibration compliance.

During his years as an OSHA consultant, Mr. Noxon encountered architectural acoustic work that required low frequency noise control devices which were not available from vendor sources. His solution was to design and build them. Today these products are patented, manufactured and sold worldwide by Acoustic Sciences Corporation, the company he founded in 1984. Mr. Noxon remains president of ASC and employs 20 people in Eugene, Oregon. Acoustic applications for the company range from hi-fi listening rooms, recording studios and large performance halls to commercial, industrial, and government noise control projects.

Mr. Noxon is currently handling the acoustical engineer part of the PE exam for OSBEELS, Oregon State Board for Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying.