Our People

“Our people are at the core of our business success. Each individual contributes uniquely to the whole, adding value and creating a culture of trust, commitment, and expertise.”

Todd Beiler, CENSEO President

Founded in 2012

CENSEO AV+Acoustics was founded by Todd Beiler, acoustical consultant and audio/visual design engineer of over 20 years. CENSEO’s expertise and design precision has become a respected resource to clients on all types of projects ranging from resort, transportation, education, and healthcare to government, military, and residential.

CENSEO Office Locations

Corporate Headquarters: Kailua, Hawaii

Denver, Colorado

Seattle, Washington

CENSEO Professionals

CENSEO Core Values

CENSEO’s mission is to work as a team of professionals, utilizing our skills and expertise, to bring premier audio visual design and acoustical engineering services to our clients. We strive to maintain top-quality, customized service and remain a positive industry leader.

CENSEO’s philosophy is based on customized service. We work together as a team, including our client, listening and gaining a full understanding of specific project goals in order to develop the best solutions through calculated precision. We realize that no two projects are exactly alike, and the knowledge gained from each member involved is essential in providing sound consulting services.

Behind the sound meters and technical drawings is a group of real people. We care about the services we provide, the knowledge we share, and the community we serve. It’s our promise to provide the highest quality consulting services with personalized care and understanding for each concern along the way.

The formulation of CENSEO’s company vision began prior to the company’s launch and continues to be refined as we remain focused on positive future goals. We are sincerely grateful for our clients, as it is their trust in us that allows our company to succeed.

Todd Beiler, PE, CTS, INCE Bd. Cert.
Todd Beiler, PE, CTS, INCE Bd. Cert.President
M.S. Mechanical Engineering;
University of Hawaii

B.S. Mechanical Engineering;
Purdue University

Todd R. Beiler is an acoustical consultant and audio/visual (AV) design engineer with more than 20 years of experience. Mr. Beiler’s expertise includes room acoustics, sound insulation, noise and vibration control, industrial noise, environmental noise assessments, audio/visual systems, sound reinforcement systems, sound masking systems, room lighting and shade control systems, stage rigging systems, stage pit lifts, and performance lighting systems.  With expertise, detail, and innovative design, Mr. Beiler gives each of his projects individualized attention.  Mr. Beiler’s consultation and insight on engineering solutions have proven successful for a wide range of project types including educational facilities, performing arts centers, research laboratories, healthcare, government and military facilities, resorts/hotels, residential, commercial, and others.  Mr. Beiler has worked on projects in the United States as well as Guam, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, and other countries in the Pacific region.

Len Kusovac, PE, CTS-D
Len Kusovac, PE, CTS-DSenior Project Manager
B.S. Electrical Engineering;
University of Colorado

Len Kusovac is a licensed professional engineer with 16+ years of extensive design process and construction managerial experience in audio visual (AV) systems. A University of Colorado Alumnus, Mr. Kusovac holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and numerous professional AV industry certifications. Mr. Kusovac’s technical expertise includes wireless applications, radio frequency and infrared signal engineering including: analog and digital signal propagation, equalization and feedback attenuation, S/N noise reduction, modulation and demodulation of STSC and ATSC signals, HD audio and video integrated systems, and HDBT signal distribution. Mr. Kusovac’s expertise includes sports facility system design, collegiate stadia, national and emergency operation centers, judicial courts, healthcare facilities, convention centers, corporate campuses, airports, higher education projects, and more.

Jeanette Hesedahl, PE, INCE Bd. Cert., LEED AP BD+C
Jeanette Hesedahl, PE, INCE Bd. Cert., LEED AP BD+CSenior Project Manager
B.S. Environmental Engineering;
Oregon State University

Jeanette Hesedahl is a licensed professional engineer with 16 years of experience in acoustical consulting. Ms. Hesedahl received her bachelor of science degree in environmental engineering from Oregon State University in 2001. Ms. Hesedahl holds a Professional Engineer (PE) licensure in the state of Washington and is Board Certified with the Institute of Noise Control Engineering with LEED AP BD+C credentials.

Ms. Hesedahl has authored several industry publications and currently serves as co-chair of the Building Acoustics Committee for the Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE). Areas of consulting expertise include sound isolation control, reverberant sound, interior acoustics, environmental noise, mechanical noise and vibration control, and noise propagation modeling; with project portfolio sectors in education, mixed-use, residential, industrial operations, high rise, performing arts, commercial, environmental assessment, and others.

Patrick Durham, PE, CTS
Patrick Durham, PE, CTSSenior Project Manager
B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering;
Carnegie Mellon University

Patrick Durham studied electrical and computer engineering along with music technology at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, receiving his bachelor of science degree in 2003. Mr. Durham is a licensed Professional Engineer for Electrical (Power) in the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. He is also a member of the Audiovisual & Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA), National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying (NCEES), and Illumination Engineering Society of North America (IESNA).

Mr. Durham has presented at various speaking engagements on topics including AV & Mediatecture and Lighting Control Technologies. His community involvement reaches beyond the A/E/C industry with volunteer positions with local library renovation committees, Scouts BSA Youth Leadership, STEM Mentorship, and “The Management Game” for CMU Tepper School of Business.

Dana Dorsch
Dana DorschSenior Project Manager
B.S. Engineering;
University of Michigan

Dana Dorsch is an experienced acoustical engineer with over a decade of experience working as an Associate Principal in acoustics and noise control on projects throughout Hawaii as well as Guam, Japan, and Okinawa. With consulting experience in sound isolation control, environmental noise, noise propagation modeling, and other areas, Ms. Dorsch brings professionalism, experience, and expertise to the CENSEO team.

Ms. Dorsch has authored/co-authored several publications on topics including Visual Interfaces for Acoustical Modeling Analyses, Experiences with Community Noise Litigation and Legal Proceedings, A Comparative Noise Prediction Study of Restaurant Noise and Live Music in a Tropical Resort Setting, and An Experimental Evaluation of Using Automotive HUDs to Reduce Driver Distraction While Answering Cell Phones.

Chris Ono, PE
Chris Ono, PEProject Engineer
M.S. Electrical Engineering;
University of Southern California

B.S. Mechanical Engineering;
University of Southern California

Chris Ono is an Oahu native and Punahou School alumnus. Mr. Ono graduated from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Mr. Ono holds a Professional Engineer (PE) licensure in the state of Hawaii.

Mr. Ono began his career analyzing noise and rail surface data from rail transit systems with an acoustical consulting company in California. Realizing his passion for architectural acoustics and his ties to the island, Mr. Ono found his way to CENSEO’s corporate headquarters in Kailua.

Mr. Ono’s experience includes environmental noise and vibration experience in Los Angeles and across the US, as well as room acoustics, sound insulation, noise and vibration control, industrial noise, sound reinforcement systems, sound masking systems, and other architectural sound test and measurement projects in the Pacific and Western US. Mr. Ono continues to grow his knowledge in acoustical engineering as well as Audio Visual (A/V) design.

Joe Hagedorn
Joe HagedornSenior Engineer
M.S. ArchD Program School of Architecture,
Candidate; University of Hawaii

B.S. Mechanical Engineering;
University of Hawaii

Joseph A. Hagedorn’s acoustical consulting and architectural design engineering career spans more than 35 years of experience. Mr. Hagedorn’s areas of expertise include mechanical noise control including LEED submittals, room acoustics, sound insulation, mechanical noise and vibration control, environmental noise, planning consulting for resource and pre-design expansion warehouse facilities, specifications and drawings for usability and testing for new product development, and nuclear shift test engineering.

Mr. Hagedorn received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hawaii Manoa in 1981; he is currently a candidate for graduation from the ArchD Program at the UH School of Architecture, where he studies manufactured building components and is conducting research in the areas of alternative energy and integration of combined heat and power schemes for rural community based applications.

Our Newest Team Members

Devin Clausen, EIT
Staff Engineer